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    This Couple Performed The "Up" Theme For Their 60th Anniversary

    Adventure is out there.

    Up's opening sequence is the perfect four-minute emotional roller coaster for when you're in the mood for a full-body sob.

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    Has love ever been packaged into such a tidy little box? We think not.

    It's pretty much impossible not to cry when you hear that spirited, plunky theme music.

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    K BYE.

    Carl and Ellie's story ends pretty tragically, but pianist and YouTube star Jason Lyle Black created a new version of the music for his grandparents that'll actually make you smile amid the tears.

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    "Grandpa and Grandma have played piano duets since they were first married," Black told ABC News of his 80-year-old grandparents, who recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.

    Black wrote the arrangement and had Celadora Studios film them playing it.

    From the opening shot of the incredibly similar houses, everything in the video is note-perfect.

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    There's a tennis ball cane.

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    An adventure book.

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    And even a moment where Black's grandmother says, "Squirrel!" to their dog.

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    Those are cute and all, but the feels really kick in when the camera pans over old photos of the couple.

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    They have nine children together and more than a dozen grandchildren.

    They play in perfect harmony.

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    "They really loved the movie, and it was incredibly fun working with them for the video," Black told ABC News. "They've loved music their entire life. The piano they're playing in the video is actually a restored antique Steinway from the 1800s."

    And steal glances at each other and do THIS, because your emotions didn't stand a chance.

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    Black makes a cameo at the end, dressed up as Russell in his scouting gear.

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    "The night we posted the video, we had the whole family together, and we had grandma's cookies," he said. "It was perfect."

    Good luck, because it's going to be hard to top this for future anniversaries.

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