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    Alternative John Lewis Christmas advert about an elderly man and his dog leaves viewers in tears

    Giving John Lewis a run for its money! Heart-wrenching Christmas charity single music video about an elderly man and his dog leaves viewers ‘sobbing’

    • Singer Sam Clegg recorded an ‘alternative’ John Lewis Christmas advert
    • Heart-wrenching music video captures the bond between a man and his dog
    • The film has a tragic ending, leaving viewers ‘weeping’ and ‘in tears’ 
    • Charity single is raising money for multiple charities that support the elderly 

    An emotional music video for a Christmas charity single has left viewers ‘weeping’. 

    The five-minute clip captures the irreplaceable bond between an elderly man and his beloved dog, Bruno 

    It is accompanied by West Yorkshire singer Sam Clegg’s song, Don’t Let Me Go, was released online to raise money for charities supporting the elderly. 

    The video, which was described as an alternative John Lewis advert, has been viewed more than 1.6million times since it was posted on YouTube and racked up hundreds of comments from viewers praising the emotional message. 

    The five-minute clip captures the irreplaceable bond between an elderly man and his beloved dog, Bruno (pictured)

    The video starts with the elderly man and dog eating treats from their respective advent calendars before heading to the pub for dinner (pictured)

    The video starts with the elderly man and dog eating treats from their respective advent calendars before heading to the pub for dinner (pictured)

    One posted: ‘I’m literally in tears this makes you realise how lucky we are to have such beautiful bonds with animals.’

    Another added: ‘Awww my god this has me in tears right now. The love between him and his beautiful dog.’

    A third wrote: ‘Omg not sure if pregnancy hormones or just the dog but I cried so much watching this and refuse to watch it again.’

    The video starts with the elderly man and dog eating treats from their respective advent calendars shortly before Christmas.

    However things take a turn for the worse when the man takes Bruno out for a walk on the Yorkshire Moors (pictured) and the dog darts off, getting lost in the snow

    However things take a turn for the worse when the man takes Bruno out for a walk on the Yorkshire Moors (pictured) and the dog darts off, getting lost in the snow

    Despite the man's best efforts and 'lost' posters, he is unable to find his furry friend

    Despite the man’s best efforts and ‘lost’ posters, he is unable to find his furry friend

    The man presents his dog, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, with a festive collar and the pair head to the local pub and enjoy a meal for two. 

    However things take a turn for the worse when the man takes Bruno out for a walk on the Yorkshire moors and the dog darts off, getting lost in the snow. 

    Despite the man’s best efforts and ‘lost’ posters, he is unable to find his furry friend. 

    One heart-wrenching moments shows him crying over a photo album while home alone.

    Desperate to find Bruno, the man heads out to the Moors once more and find’s his dog’s festive collar buried under the snow. Overcome with emotion, he suffers what appears to be a heart attack and dies. 

    One heart-wrenching moments shows him crying over a photo album while home alone

    One heart-wrenching moments shows him crying over a photo album while home alone

    Desperate to find Bruno, the man heads out to the Moors once more and find's his dog's festive collar buried under the snow

    Desperate to find Bruno, the man heads out to the Moors once more and find’s his dog’s festive collar buried under the snow

    Overcome with emotion, he suffers what appears to be a heart attack and dies

    Overcome with emotion, he suffers what appears to be a heart attack and dies

    The final moments of the music video show man and dog reunited with each other as ghostly figures in the afterlife

    The final moments of the music video show man and dog reunited with each other as ghostly figures in the afterlife

    The final moments of the music video show man and dog reunited with each other as ghostly figures in the afterlife. 

    Explaining the tragic message, Sam wrote on YouTube: ‘This story is one of loss and sorrow which some viewers may find distressing, but with this video/campaign we hope to turn a negative into a positive by donating all of the proceeds made from the song to multiple charities that support the elderly in the UK.’

    The musician explained he was inspired by hometown hero Sir Captain Tom Moore’s fundraising efforts.

    He added: ‘With each £0.79p purchase it will help give support and companionship to the elderly who need it most in 2020. 100 per cent of the money will be donated to charity.’

    The video, which was described as an alternative John Lewis advert, has been viewed more than 1.6million times since it was posted on YouTube and racked up hundreds of comments from viewers praising the emotional message

    The video, which was described as an alternative John Lewis advert, has been viewed more than 1.6million times since it was posted on YouTube and racked up hundreds of comments from viewers praising the emotional message

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