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Watch Niall Horan Perform ‘Little Things’ in a Pub

Swoon time. Niall Horan of One Direction has gone solo! Chillax, Directioners! It’s just a one-off performance of the 1D-er in an Irish pub, where he delivered the boy band’s lilting, Ed Sheeran-penned ballad, ‘Little Things,’ all by his lonesome.

Clutching a guitar, Niall infused the song with heartfelt, sweet emotion and turned in a beautiful rendition of the intimate song. When he sings, “I’m in love with you,” we are pretty much totally and completely swept off our feet by N. Horan.

We actually don’t mind that Horan sang the song sans Hazza, Zayn, LT and Liam this time, since he did such a pitch-perfect job of delivering the emotional and weighty lyrics. It was just lovely.

Directioners, how much did you love Niall on his own for ‘Little Things?’ The pub dwellers loved it, cheering as he finished.

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