Amazing Best Man’s Speech Goes Viral

Amazing Best Man’s Speech Goes Viral

An Australian musician said he left a pair of newlyweds stunned after he snuck in his keyboard to the wedding that took place in Melbourne, Australia and sang a unique medley of love songs that he modified the lyrics of to make it his best man’s speech for his brother.

“I was so humbled to be my brother’s best man, so I decided to prepare a little surprise for him and his new wife on their wedding day,” musician Daniel Buccheri explained on YouTube, referring to his beautiful and hilarious tribute to his brother, Adrian, and Adrian’s new wife, Sarah.

Buccheri opens his 6-minute long stunning medley of pop songs with, “I guess it’s true when they say you become a man, when you find the one and take her hand. Lucky for you, it all went to plan and she didn’t say no, because that would be sad.”

He then moved on to jokes about their childhood and how Adrian lost his independence when he met his future wife. “Every breath you took, kinda sounded like [heavy snore], so when you moved out of home I thought ‘thank the Lord,’ I won’t be missing you. Then you were gone, with this special girl, I thought you were dead, never saw you again.”

His brother and his brother’s wife could be seen laughing and choking back tears the whole tribute. Buccheri finishes with a return to Sam Smith and an expression of love for his brother before toasting the newlyweds and sharing a big emotional hug with his brother after concluding his best man’s “speech.”

The songs he used in the medley, in order of appearance: 

“Stay With Me” – Sam Smith
“Every Breath You Take” – The Police
“Ignition” – R. Kelly
“Can You Feel The Love Tonight” – Elton John (The Lion King)
“Hey Soul Sister” – Train
“As Long As You Love Me” – Backstreet Boys
“Stay With Me” – Sam Smith

The song was performed at his brother’s March wedding, but just uploaded online earlier this month where it has been widely circulated.

“I really didn’t want to write a conventional speech, so I thought I would do what I do best as a muso and write a song,” told Mashable, adding that he had to sneak in his keyboard so the bride and groom wouldn’t get wind of his plans.

The YouTube upload currently has over a million views and more than 6,000 likes.

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