A warm video circulated on the Internet: Alabama resident Ernest Griggs (Ernest Griggs) recently used the power of a song to express his love for his wife who has been married for 43 years, not only for her, but also for All those who witnessed this scene brought joy.
Video posted to Facebook Earlier this week, Griggs was reportedly singing at his and his wife’s table at Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen in Orlando, Florida. According to WSFA News, the family gathered in the city for the funeral.
The unfortunate circumstances did not prevent him from expressing his feelings. Griggs described himself as “an old quartet singer” to WSFA, and he sang a romantic piece to his wife Lindy.
“Forever,” he sang in the clip. “That’s how long I will love you.”
“When I knew you, girl, you were only sixteen years old. But four years later, you became my queen.”
As he sang, Griggs showed some dance moves—obviously seduced—the restaurant burst into cheers. This piece is an original song written by Griggs for Lindy: “Just for her,” he said. “I don’t sing to others.”
Griggs told WSFA that after the video, Lindy wiped the tears from the corner of his eyes and said, “It makes me very happy.”
The couple met at a fountain in the church when he was 18 years old and she was 16 years old. Since then, they have established a family of four, a son who “loves music very much” and six grandchildren. Religion is an important part of their lives together, because as Griggs explained, “Everything can fall apart at any time, and you need God’s glue to tie everything together.”
From the hundreds of comments on Griggs’ video, it can be seen that the audience has a soft spot for this sweet couple.
One commenter wrote: “This is the most precious thing I have seen in a long time.” Another added that the clip “should be spread.”
Weekly newspaper Tried to contact Griggs for comment, but received no response at the time of publication.
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