By Jemma Carr For Mailonline
Published: 15:39 GMT, 23 January 2020 | Updated: 17:52 GMT, 23 January 2020
A husband beautifully sings to calm his Navy-veteran wife who is battling brain cancer for the second time.
Ray Singleton, 30, found the tear-jerking way to comfort wife Roslyn, 37, in Charlotte, North Carolina, after her second diagnosis.
Mrs Singleton was first diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer in 2013.
Ray Singleton sings to calm his Navy-veteran wife Roslyn, who is battling brain cancer for the second time, in Charlotte, North Carolina
Ray found the tear-jerking way to comfort his wife Roslyn after her second diagnosis. She beams as he sings to her
'Kingdoms have fallen, angels be calling,
'None of that could ever make me leave,
'Every time I look into your eyes I see it,
'You're all I need,
'Every time I get a bit inside I feel it,
'Ooh, who could've thought I'd get you,
'Ooh, who would've thought I'd get you,
'And when we're making love,
'Your cries they can be heard from far and wide,
'It's only the two of us.'
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