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Emily Blake
December 08, 2015 AT 08:31 PM EST

Whether it’s in person or on his fourth studio album, Purpose, Justin Bieber has apologized quite a lot this year. (See exhibits one, two, and three.) But on Monday night, at an intimate acoustic show in Toronto, the 2016 Grammy nominee had a new message: “Let It Be.”

In addition to performing old (“As Long As You Love Me“) and new (“Sorry,” “What Do You Mean?“) tracks, the “Where Are Ü Now” singer covered the Beatles classic—and showed off his piano skills—before launching into an equally intimate performance of his 2013 Believe Acoustic track “Nothing Like Us.” According to Rolling Stone, Bieber played 23 songs in total at the sold-out show, which benefitted the Stratford House of Blessing.

Bieber previously performed “Let It Be” in 2011 with help from Carlos Santana at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. You can relive that performance below.

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