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Plain White T's shined with a gift from the past at this year's APMAs, offering up a performance of their decade-old, classic song, "Hey There Delilah."

Grab a box of tissues, and watch the intimate set below.

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Earning platinum status, "Hey There Delilah" was originally released on Plain White T's third album, All That We Needed. It was then re-recorded for their fourth release, Every Second Counts, and subsequently began to climb the charts in 2007. The song chronicles a meeting between Delilah DiCrescenzo, who happens to be a nationally-ranked athlete, and frontman Tom Higgenson, who was smitten over her even though she had a boyfriend.

It was nominated for two Grammys in 2008—Song of the Year and Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.

Plain White T's just resigned with their former label Fearless Records and released a new track called "Land Of The Living."

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