Vin Diesel Continues To Heal From The Pain Of Paul Walker's Death By Singing 'Habits'

He can't get Pablo off his mind.

At this point, Vin Diesel is halfway to a covers EP in honor of his late "Fast & Furious" co-star Paul Walker. VD went back to the karaoke room this week to offer up his latest tribute to Walker, who died in a car crash in November 2013.

Once again, Vinny is tackling a song by a female vocalist, in this case Tove Lo's "Habits (Stay High)," a track about getting buzzed and blacked out in order to forget someone who is out of your life. "You're gone and I gotta stay high all the time/To keep you off my mind," Diesel growls in a nearly five-minute video posted on his Facebook page.

Captioned, "the ever continuing process of healing," the clip opens with the word "Brotherhood" on the screen behind Diesel, as clips of him and Walker roll in the background. "This is a little something for my brother Pablo," Diesel says as over a mournful, piano version of the song plays under his forceful vocals.

The clip ends with the message, "missing you."