Impromptu

Flash Mob Of Singers Surprises Fast Food Restaurant

October 9th, 2018

Imagine just eating your food at Chick-Fil-A, and all of a sudden, a flash mob comes in and starts singing. That’s exactly what happened recently in Atlanta. Diners were just eating their meals, and all of a sudden, they were treated to a free show.

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An a Capella group was in Nashville for a religious conference when members chose to surprise the diners.

They started singing, and everyone inside the restaurant was shocked. Was this really happening? Chris Armstead of Atlanta, the man who recorded the flash mob, said:

“The first group, including the leader, began the flash mob by standing up to start the song at their table, and then the other groups stood in succession at their tables/booths to join into the song at predefined times until all 60-plus guys were singing the song.”

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The group sang Hezekiah Walker’s “Every Praise.”

If you aren’t familiar with the song, the lyrics are:

“Glory hallelujah is due our God

Every praise every praise is to our God.

Every praise is to our God.

Every word of worship with one accord

Every praise every praise is to our God.

Sing hallelujah to our God

Glory hallelujah is due our God

Every praise every praise is to our God.

God my Savior

God my Healer

God my Deliverer

Yes, He is

Yes, He is

God my Savior

God my Healer

God my Deliverer

Yes, He is

Yes, He is”

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“Glory hallelujah is due our God

Every praise every praise is to our God.

Every praise is to our God.

Every word of worship with one accord

Every praise every praise is to our God.

Sing hallelujah to our God

Glory hallelujah is due our God

Every praise every praise is to our God.

God my Savior

God my Healer

God my Deliverer

Yes, He is

Yes, He is

God my Savior

God my Healer

God my Deliverer

Yes, He is

Yes, He is”

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The lyrics repeat four times, and then the song ends.

It’s a beautiful song that is fun to sing and brings people closer together. It’s perfect for an a Capella choir to perform, and everyone inside the restaurant seemed to enjoy it, too.

The flash mob consisted of more than 60 singers. They are all from different parts of the world, but they share a couple of things in common. They are passionate about their religion, and they love to sing. They were feeling great that day and wanted to share their love of the Lord with everyone around them.

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They weren’t sure how everyone would act, but it went in their favor.

The singers continued to sing before grabbing their lunch and heading back out. Where did they go? Did they move on to another conference? Did they have another show to put on, or did they travel to the next restaurant to entertain those guests, as well?

As for Armstead, he would like to see more of the flash mobs popping up.

He was glad that he got to witness the amazing event, and he saw how happy it made the diners.

He said that he wishes they would start doing it to other restaurants in the area. He added:

“Maybe we’ll try to do some flash mobs at local Chick-fil-A locations here in Atlanta.”

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Anytime a group of people can come together to make another group of strangers happy and change their day, it’s a good thing.

We need more people like this in the world. Maybe this story will inspire others to go out and do something nice for people they don’t know. It doesn’t cost anything to be nice, and sometimes, the smallest gestures can make an enormous difference.

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Source: Red Dawg, Fox News

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