You wouldn't normally think searching for stuff online as an emotional experience, but this isn't your normal video. It's Google's Year in Search 2014 retrospective.
Highlighting some of the world's biggest searches of the year, set to dramatic music that tugs at the heartstrings, it packs 12 months into about 90 seconds.
The video, which was released December 15, covers a little bit of everything.
Featuring everything from young Malala Yousafzai receiving the Nobel Peace Prize to House Of Cards to the Ebola crisis, it's sure to give you the chills.
From Game of Thrones and Nicki Minaj to the Olympics, the Ice Bucket Challenge and some of the world's great triumphs and tragedies, 2014 saw it all.
The video also honors some huge celebrities who died in 2014, including never to be forgotten faces like Joan Rivers, Maya Angelou and Robin Williams.
Google urges us to "search on" in 2015. We will undoubtedly do so.
Take a look at our tribute to the stars we lost this year below, and discuss in the comments: What story from the past year touched you the most, good or bad?