Watch: Woman Plays 'What A Wonderful World' On Piano For Refugees Outside Lviv Train Station
Ukrainians have been dealing with a lot of emotions while the country is in a state of war with Russia. Most of the emotions are mostly sad and upsetting. Many have had to leave their own belongings,?fight for the country and even leave their loved ones?behind.
Amid this, a heartbreaking video in the war-torn country has been going viral which shows the harsh reality faced by the citizens there.?
In this viral video which was shared by the special correspondent Reuters, Andrew RC Marshall, a woman was seen playing Loius Armstrong’s song ‘What A Wonderful World’ outside Lviv station as a sea of people with their packed bags stood behind her.
He captioned the video, “Outside Lviv station, which is thronging with exhausted refugees fleeing war in eastern Ukraine, an accomplished pianist is playing “What a Wonderful World.” It’s hauntingly beautiful.”
Outside Lviv station, which is thronging with exhausted refugees fleeing war in eastern Ukraine, an accomplished pianist is playing “What a Wonderful World.” It’s hauntingly beautiful. pic.twitter.com/Xm5itr8jl7— Andrew RC Marshall (@Journotopia) March 5, 2022
This video is from the Lviv railway station where thousands of Ukrainians can be seen fleeing the country and boarding the?trains to Poland.?
People on the internet were full of emotions after seeing this video. While many thought it was beautiful, many even felt sad seeing the sight. One user said, "It's funny isn't it... how you watch a week of horror, and then a little thing like this is what gets the tears flowing."
Another user said, "It has become a Psalm. We all know the world isn't wonderful, but hope and pray it will be someday. To hope in the face of pain and despair is the highest state of humanity."
It's funny isn't it... how you watch a week of horror, and then a little thing like this is what gets the tears flowing.— John Hill ??? (@bimblinghill) March 5, 2022
Reminds me of this Titanic sinking scene pic.twitter.com/BxXA831OUl— siddhiyan (@Siddhiyan_krish) March 5, 2022
What wonderful people the Ukrainians are. Their spirit, their courage, their bravery and their strength is an inspiration to us all. #PeaceInUkraine #Ukrainians #IStandWithUkraine #BraveUkraine #resilience #Courage #StopRussia #StandWithUkraine #Respect #鲍办谤补颈苍别鲍苍诲别谤础迟迟补с办— Syvila Chaplin ? (@ChaplinSyvila) March 5, 2022
This is why I keep falling more and more love with Ukrainians. Their ways to see positives and finding beauty in this madness to stay in solidarity. From their incredible leader to all their citizens fighting like hell for their freedom. This is why Ukraine will prevail!!! ?????— MamaBear (@TwinMamaBear9) March 5, 2022
This war really is a clash between civilization and barbarism. Between the people of good will of the world ? who are the great majority vs. Putin.— Marcel Hahné (@MarcelHahne) March 5, 2022
It has become a Psalm. We all know the world isn't wonderful, but hope and pray it will be someday. To hope in the face of pain and despair is the highest state of humanity.— Carl Bingman (@CarlBingman) March 5, 2022
Let us hope things get better for the people of Ukraine.?
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