This 'Game of Thrones' Scene Is Even Sadder with 'Titanic' Music

Celine Dion coming in clutch.

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WARNING: This story contains spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 6, "Beyond the Wall."

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What's more painful than watching a dragon die? Watching a dragon die to "My Heart Will Go On."

Game of Thrones may take the cake when it comes to hard-to-watch scenes, but the internet might've beat the GoT writers at their own game Sunday night. Not long after the episode aired, a few fans made its saddest moment even sadder with a quick edit—they added Celine Dion's heartbreak Titanic ballad in the background.

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The result is two-pronged: It's kind of hilarious how well the music fits with the scene. The timing of The Night King's shot and Viserion's fall just naturally coincide with the crescendoes. But at the same time, you can't help but shed a tear all over again.

Viewers did not take it so well.

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Let's hope Dany's other two dragons stay airborne.

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