Ed Sheeran’s ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ Song Turned Friday Into A Sobfest

Nice Snow Patrol reference, Ed.

Ed Sheeran turned Friday into a real sobfest.

The British singer continued with his new music Fridays with the release of “All of the Stars,” which will run during the credits of the “The Fault in our Stars,” starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.

“I can hear your heart on the radio beat/ They’re playing ‘Chasing Cars’/ And I thought of you/ Back to our time/ How you and I used to be,” he sings, remembering listening to Snow Patrol with a lost love.

The video features clips from the movie and a wall filled with positive affirmations like “Don’t panic” and other inspirational quotes from John Green’s novel. Ed sits on a couch, singing the song’s final lyrics “I can see the stars from America.”

Watch and listen and try not to cry.

Here’s the track list for “The Fault in our Stars”:

» Ed Sheeran — “All Of The Stars”
» Jake Bugg — “Simple As This”
» Grouplove — “Let Me In”
» Birdy & Jaymes Young — “Best Shot”
» Kodaline — “All I Want”
» Tom Odell — “Long Way Down”
» Charli XCX — “Boom Clap”
» STRFKR — “While I’m Alive”
» Indians — “Oblivion”
» The Radio Dept. — “Strange Things Will Happen”
» Afasi & Filthy — “Bomfallarella”
» Ray LaMontagne — “Without Words”
» Birdy — “Not About Angels”
» Lykke Li — “No One Ever Loved”
» M83 — “Wait”
Bonus track: Birdy — “Tee Shirt”

Ed Sheeran’s sophomore album, X, will be out June 23 and features the lead single “Sing.” On June 10, MTV will debut his documentary, “9 Days and Nights,” at 11 p.m. ET/PT.

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