Get out your tissues. Miranda Lambert showed her soft side during a recent concert in Corpus Christi, Texas, leaving the singer, and undoubtedly the entire audience, in tears.

As Lambert was singing her powerful song 'Over You,' written by her and husband Blake Shelton in response to the death of Shelton's brother, she saw a little girl in the front row, clearly battling cancer, who had a bald head covered by a pink cowgirl hat and a mask over her mouth to keep from getting germs.

The songstress began the chorus, "But you went away / How dare you, I miss you," as she reached for the child's hand. Overcome by her emotions, Lambert was unable to finish the song. Instead, she held the child's hand while her band and the sold-out crowd finished the song for her.

The little girl's name is Brooke Hester, and she's battling Stage IV Neuroblastoma cancer, which she was diagnosed with at only three years of age. Taste of Country reports that the show was was Hester's first "real" concert. Find out more about the little girl here.

“I love that song, and I feel like it’s time for me to show I have that side of me that’s vulnerable and hurting for someone else,” Lambert says of 'Over You.'

Lambert showed that side well during her performance. Download 'Over You' here.