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Man wins over girlfriend by composing a wholesome song for her after they had a fight

This Irish singer-songwriter knew exactly what he had to do to make up with his girlfriend after a fight and it ended up impressing the internet crowd as well.

Man wins over girlfriend by composing a wholesome song for her after they had a fight
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @cianducrot

Couples have to figure out how to sort out tiffs in their relationship every now and then. What matters is that they address and resolve the root of their conflict together. Some couples choose to talk it out whereas others let gestures do the talking by bringing their partners gifts and other pleasantries. Cian Ducrot (@cianducrot on TikTok) is an Irish singer and songwriter who decided to use his skills as an artist to break the tension between him and his girlfriend, Sophia Jane, after a fight. "Showing my girlfriend a song after we just had a fight," Ducrot wrote in the overlay text of a video.

Image Source: TikTok | @cianducrot
Image Source: TikTok | @cianducrot

In the video, Ducrot is seen playing a song to his girlfriend and Jane's expression shifts as soon as she hears the first few notes. "Why are we fighting? When you are all I have. Can't we just put all our troubles to bed and leave it at that?" the lyrics went on. "Come a little closer, please let me hold you. Can we both just say we are sorry for now and protect what we have? 'Coz I do, I really love you and I know I have never felt this way before," the song continues and Jane's lips curve down into a sad expression as the couple hold onto each other's arms and sit through the song.

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Ducrot places a kiss on his girlfriend's cheek as the last few lines play on. "I know that I won't waste a second more 'cause this life is too short to lose a moment with you. It's something I can't afford," the music stops playing at that and Ducrot reveals to Jane that "this is all he has" got for her and he has not finished the song yet. "Oh my god," Jane exclaims, still enchanted by the track her boyfriend composed for her. The video has received more than 2 million views so far. Ducrot's TikTok audience was impressed by the efforts he put into the song and they got emotional over the lyrics as well. Some even commended him for writing a song that could possibly save a lot of relationships after a fight.

Image Source: TikTok | @k3lzlildragon007
Image Source: TikTok | @k3lzlildragon007

@che_ryl wrote, "Seeing this when we are both arguing. I’ll send this later when I’m less mad. For now, it's added to my favorites." @eddhine commented, "Now I am sobbing because my husband and I had a fight three days ago and we are still not okay." @just.liz_ shared, "You need to make this a song and release it! I started crying in this video. I can't even imagine how your girl felt. This is the sweetest and most wholesome video and our generation needs this." @astoryofsorts complimented, "Can I just say I think this is your first quiet song I heard and you should definitely make more. It’s beautiful. I love the others too but this hits differently."

Image Source: TikTok | @cianducrot
Image Source: TikTok | @cianducrot

In another one of his videos that received over 750,000 views, Ducrot also hinted at wanting to propose to his girlfriend over a song he composed. "Because I held those words on the tip of my tongue for a lifetime. I love you, baby, forever and always. I'll say I need you, baby, forever and always. There ain't a world where you are not my girl and I know that much is true. Oh, I love you baby I do," the lyrics played over an energetic beat and the couple vibed to it together. Needless to say, Jane and Ducrot made up after the heartfelt song.

@cianducrot This life’s too short 🥺 @sofiajane_fitness ♬ Something I cant afford - Cian Ducrot


You can follow Cian Ducrot (@cianducrot) on TikTok for more videos on life and music.

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