WATCH: SNL's Hillary Clinton desperately serenades Bernie voters with 'I Can't Make You Love Me'
Kate McKinnon as Hilary Clinton sings on SNL - NBC screen grab

Saturday Night Live opened with fickle Democratic voters deciding over dinner that they are moving away from Hillary Clinton and into the Bernie Sanders camp -- only to have the former Secretary of State show up and frantically serenade them with Bonnie Raitt's "I Can't Make You Love Me."


"I mean Hillary is the most qualified candidate in history, but at the same time --- eh?" one diner explains.

"Yeah, I mean Hillary has every single thing I want in a president," another adds before adding, "but...."

"She's no Bernie," all four diners say together.

At this point, Hillary appears on a swing dropping from the ceiling while singing the Raitt hit, containing the lines, "Cause I can't make you love me if you don't, you can't make your heart feel something it won't."

The former Secretary of State is later accompanied by former President Bill Clinton, as she lolls on a cabaret piano while the former president admits he's not really playing it.

Watch the video below, via NBC: