Every now and again a meme takes hold of pop culture and strikes a chord with people across the globe.
Today that meme is September, no, not the month but the forgotten pop star of the noughties whose hit song 'Cry' broke into the top ten on the Irish charts back in 2005.
The song was a huge hit with Irish teen disco goers at a time when Cascada and Basshunter were more popular with teenagers than O'Neill's tracksuit bottoms.
Now, fans of the song have turned it into a viral meme for a second time in the last five years and this time its taken on a whole other life:
me: *doing laundry*
one of my socks: pic.twitter.com/ESRZOZqnvu
— cozy blessed asian (@tribranchvo) December 1, 2018
my Nintendo DS stylus: pic.twitter.com/9raTuCsslW
— tengo barigar (@coolado_) December 1, 2018
me: *sees the 'you'll never see me again' meme*
my last two braincells:pic.twitter.com/VNDkOCPOb9
— J (@lustforeuro) December 2, 2018
— Patrick Crowley (@pcrowl) December 3, 2018
September after releasing cry for you pic.twitter.com/BkNjtj9DLk
— I LOVE JUSTIN (@justinstfenty) December 1, 2018
Fans of the meme and the song have turned to Twitter to thank whoever wished the meme back into existence:
Here that meme of September’s “You’ll never see me again” makes me so happy because that song is a bop and needs more recognition tbh
— Sean (@lockosean101) December 2, 2018
Not usually a fan of a rehashed meme but every version of the 'You'll Never See Me Again' one has had me creased. Good job, gays.
— Danny, Champken of the World ? (@DGCham) December 3, 2018
i love every single one of those 'you'll never see me again' videos, so accurate
— eg (@EwanGardiner26) December 3, 2018
Bless whoever decided to make the ”you’ll never see me again” song a meme
— noora (@nomurida) December 3, 2018
September has yet to respond to the viral moment. The Swedish singer hasn't been active under that name since 2012 so I guess she stayed true to her word...