Carl and Drew's Flash Mob Marriage Proposal in Central Park





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Published on May 19, 2013

Carl insisted that his mother bring Drew to Central park. Drew had no idea what was waiting for him...

Carl and Drew's Flash Mob marriage proposal was choreographed by Derek Mitchell and provided by GoSeeDoArts' flash mob service: http://www.GoSeeDo.org/flashmobs.

Here is the transcription of this beautiful proposal:

"Drew, when I first saw you, I was captivated. To my surprise, it was you who took the initiative to begin the conversation. I still remember that look in your eyes and the smile on your face. Well, that first conversation has turned into a journey of more than ten years already. Together during that time we have been with each other and for each other in good times and bad, in sickness and in health. You have helped me to grow beyond words, and I thank God every day for the gift of you in my life. Every morning I cherish waking up with you beside me. And every evening I look forward to holding you in my arms. Baby, you are my strength, my joy and my happiness. You've always had my back. Your, love, your loyalty, your humor—even your quirks—inspire me every day. You are "family" to me. You are "home" to me. And there is no "home" for me unless you're there. More than anything, I am greatly looking forward to the journey that lies ahead, but only if it includes you. And so here in New York City's Central Park, before this guardian "Angel of the Waters" statue that we both love and in which we find great meaning—and in front of all these people gathered here—I'm putting it all out there: I love you so very much, and I beg you with every fiber of my being...will you marry me?"

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    • A Thousand Years
  • Writers

    • Christina Perri, David Hodges
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    • WMG (on behalf of Atlantic Records); CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, AMRA, UBEM, Kobalt Music Publishing, EMI Music Publishing, Warner Chappell, Heaven 11, and 18 Music Rights Societies


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