(YouTube / Farmer Derek Klingenberg)
(YouTube / Farmer Derek Klingenberg)

Here's what's going viral now on Facebook.

"Taylor Swift sings to 6-year-old cancer patient at Boston Hospital."

Get the tissues ready because this is actually a feel good video that pulls on the heart strings. Country music super star Taylor Swift visits the Boston Children's Hospital to surprise a very sick little boy.  Jordan Lee Nickerson is suffering from leukemia and a genetic disorder called Williams syndrome.  But, despite his illnesses, the little guy is all smiles while spending time with his favorite singer.

The pair talk about Spider-Man before singing along to Swift's song, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together."

Then, there's this:

"Serenading the cattle with my trombone."

Who knew cows had such fine musical taste?  Kansas farmer and popular YouTube user Derek Klingenberg proves music is the universal language in this trending clip.

Popping a squat on his lawn chair, the farmer plays a stirring rendition of "Royals" on his trombone to a seemingly empty field.  It doesn't take long before a group of heifers appear on the horizon though, drawing close to the musically inclined farmer, while mooing to the popular Lorde song.

And, Facebook users are hitting the "like" button on:

"Swagger Wagon ft. Busta Rhymes."

As if Toyota doesn't have enough problems, the company just released this new commercial advertising their Sienna minivan, and it's epically awful.  Revisiting it's "Swagger Wagon" concept first debuted in 2010, Toyota tries to pitch owning a minivan as cool... Good luck with that.

Staged as an over-produced hip-hop music video, the spot shows a family of four trying to rap. Enter Busta Rhymes, who makes a brief cameo to spit a verse about the vehicle.  Probably because he needs the paycheck.

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