Lakeland, MN - He's had 10 surgeries on his hip and lungs and months of endless chemotherapy, but that hasn't damped the spirits of 17-year-old Zach Sobiech.
His soul is filled with lyrics and he is trying to get them out before he leaves this world.
Doctors diagnosed him with a osteosarcoma.
This is a rare bone cancer that usually targets teens.
Doctors recently told the teen he just had months to live.
His mom suggested he start writing goodbye letter to his family and friends.
Sobiech says he's bad at writing so he picked up his guitar and started playing.
One of his songs "Clouds" that he wrote for his family, he wants to use to raise awareness about childhood cancer.
His family says he's leaving behind a legacy that will inspire many people.
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