You might want to watch Brad Paisley's "Today" video in the comfort of your own home, because you're going to cry.

The heartfelt song about those special moments in life you’ll never forget has a sentimental video montage to match. The clip primarily a collage of home video clips, ranging from soldiers surprising their children to weddings and proposals, highlighting those days that, as Paisley sings, “can get you through the rest of your life.”

Paisley performs a gender reveal at a concert and facilitates several onstage proposals in a handful of clips, interspersed with footage of graduations, sports victories, pregnancy announcements and all those moments that make life worth living. There’s even a throwback to Paisley running off stage at the CMA Awards, kissing his wife and unborn child (inside Kimberly Williams-Paisley’s tummy) before accepting his award.

"I hope it means as much to you as it does to me,” Paisley writes of the video in a Facebook post.

The song was written by Paisley along with Ashley Gorley and Chris DuBois and will be featured on his upcoming record, the name of which has yet to be released. It’s the follow-up to the lead-off single, “Without a Fight,” featuring pop star Demi Lovato. The record is slated to include several unique styles and collaborations, including one with Mick Jagger and another with hip-hop producer Timbaland.

“I wanted the collaborations on this record to be collaborations that took me outside of what you’d typically think and brought that other world into this, but it’s also very country,” Paisley says.

He and pal Carrie Underwood are hosting the 2016 CMA Awards on Nov. 2. The ceremony marks CMA’s 50th anniversary.

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