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Our Wedding Song: This Might Be The Most Charming Video You’ll See All Day
February 14, 2013
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To top off Valentine's Day, you have to see this. It is one of the sweetest, charming things we've seen in a while.

It's four elderly couples at a Seniors living centre talking about their wedding songs, their life together, and the love they've shared all these years.

This video was created by Collective Cadenza, which was founded by three guys Joe Sabia (the video guy) Michael Thurber (the music guy) and Matt McCorkle (the audio guy).

Together, they started a channel on YouTube and a website called CDZA (short for Collective Cadenza) in order to create what they call "musical video experiments."

Check out their site - the videos are great and these guys are real talented.

You can read more about them in this post by BoingBoing.

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