Disney's 'Coco' has been bringing families, both Mexican-American and not, together since it first premiered in November. The characters and plot have proven to be an inspiring story of heritage and family, which is why this little boy felt so compelled to channel Miguel in honor of his late baby sister.

Four-year-old Alex Deais is pretty similar to "Coco's" main character, Miguel.

He uses his guitar to express his emotions, even in the saddest of situations.

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Alex's parents recorded a video of their son singing "Remember Me," one of the main songs in the movie, in honor of his baby sister, Ava Lynn.

The Texas-based family reportedly lost their 4-month-old daughter last May. The family keeps an altar in their house with photos and relics in her memory.

Part of the song's lyrics read: "Remember me, though I have to say goodbye / Remember me, don't let it make you cry / For even if I'm far away I hold you in my heart / I sing a secret song to you each night we are apart."

Alex, just like Miguel, sang to his sister right up against the altar, though he didn't know his parents were capturing the special moment on camera.

The family has since been posting special remembrances of their late daughter, but this video is likely one they'll never forget.

Watch the special moment below: