One song on Ed Sheeran's new album is breaking hearts everywhere
Ed Sheeran's album Divide went on sale today and it's as popular as expected.
Galway Girl is proving a huge hit mainly because it features an Irish county but there are other songs getting attention as well.
Nancy Mulligan has been talked about as it refers to Nancy, Ed's granny, who lives in Wexford, and you can see the adorable RTÉ interview with her here.
However, there's yet another tune fans are obsessing over and it's definitely one that will resonate with many.
Supermarket Flowers has everyone in bits because the song lyrics refer to the death of Ed's other grandmother.
In a recent chat with Nova FM, he went into detail about the song and you can listen to it in the interview below.
Ed, what are you trying to do to us?
Of course, fans have been taking to Twitter to express their emotions and some of them can't deal at all.
supermarket flowers//ed sheeran; this song is guaranteed to make you cry (:
— ky ? (@neff_kylie) March 3, 2017
I love my mom and miss my grandma so much that I'm incabapble of listening to Supermarket Flowers without uncontrollably sobbing @edsheeran
— Erin Cortesi (@erinmichelllee) March 3, 2017
— Sammie (@Sammie_Lee17) March 3, 2017
— Kayla Stephens (@theysayimkayla) March 3, 2017
"Supermarket Flowers" is so emotional, but I love it @edsheeran ❤️
— May (@mayraesquiveel) March 3, 2017
Listened to the new @edsheeran album now 4 times this morning and have cried every single time to Supermarket Flowers ??
— Caroline Erickson (@carol_erickson) March 3, 2017