Father of the bride pulls off surprise Elvis performance

Father of the Bride's Surprise Elvis Performance
Father of the Bride's Surprise Elvis Performance

This video is totally safe for work, but it's a little dangerous if you don't want to get misty-eyed.

John Butcher, father of the bride, surprised everyone at his daughter Natalie's wedding. After his speech, he broke into a very sweet rendition of Elvis Presley's 'Always on My Mind.' (Note: It was originally sung by Brenda Lee in 1972, and Elvis' version is one of many famous covers.)

The 50-year-old from Allington, Kent, UK, apparently spent 200 hours learning to sing so he could pull off this performance. There wasn't a dry eye in the house as he serenaded his daughter and new son-in-law.

The entire room joined in when he came to the chorus, and they burst into applause as he sang the final few lines of the nearly four-minute song.

No doubt he deserved a standing ovation -- and of course, he got one.

This isn't the only emotional (and viral) moment from a wedding this week. Check out this incredible gallery of a paraplegic groom who found a way to 'dance' at his wedding:

Photos courtesy: LinneaLiz Photography

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