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Apparently The Tenors know how to do three things really well: Sing. Make their mamas feel special. And, simultaneously make us cry.

The Juno-winning quartet, which consists of Fraser Walters, Remigio Pereira, Victor Micallef and Clifton Murray, wrote incredibly moving letters to their mothers (that are featured in the recently released, aptly named book, A Letter to My Mom). For Mother’s Day, they kicked it up a notch by flying out to their hometowns and reading the letters out loud to their shocked mothers.

Let’s just say the words are what every mom wants their kid to say to and about them. It not only brought them to tears but it’ll have you weeping as well. Like, legit oh-my-god-pass-me-that-box-of-tissues-right-now kind of sobbing. Consider yourselves warned.

Want more of The Tenors? Their newest album Under One Sky is out now and the group kicks off their tour in Prague in June.