Alice Cooper penned a charming tune for Harry Nilsson’s child, Zak Nilsson, who is suffering from end-stage colon cancer and decided to enter hospice as opposed to proceeding with treatment.

Cooper’s tune showed up on a new scene of Coffee Talk With ADIKA Live, a YouTube Live show hosted by bassist Stefan Adika and essayist and previous Rolling Stone supporter Corey Levitan. Throughout the long term, the pair have become companions with Zak Nilsson and welcomed him on their show for a discussion about his fight with cancer, chemotherapy, end-of-life care, and more.

To check the event, Coffee Talk reached out to portion of the surviving individuals from Harry Nilsson’s old drinking club, the Hollywood Vampires, to check whether any might want to impart a message to Zak. Cooper, the founder of the Hollywood Vampires, reacted as well as did as such with a unique tune that the Coffee Talk has surprised Zak with during the meeting.

The tune sounds precisely like something Harry Nilsson would’ve made, with Cooper crooning brightly over a bouncy piano movement (and in any event, attempting to sing a spot a capella). “So Zak, your doc could be a quack,” Cooper sings, “Considering all that, tomorrow morning you’ll see the sun!”

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