He Kept His Daughter’s Back To The Stage. When She Spun Around, Her Jaw Dropped!

He Kept His Daughter's Back To The Stage. When She Spun Around, Her Jaw Dropped!

Great dads would do absolutely anything for their daughters, especially on their wedding day.

It’s so emotional for a dad to see their little girl all grown up and starting her life with someone she loves. That’s why a father-daughter dance is such an important part of many weddings. And similar to the first dance between newlyweds, a lot of time and energy goes into choosing the right song.

When one bride’s father learned that she wanted their dance to be “My Little Girl” by Tim McGraw, he managed to pull off a surprise that was so epic, she could hardly believe what was happening.

It takes her a minute to realize who’s singing, but once she does, she’s absolutely stunned!

Read More: This Bride’s Dad Paused The Wedding — And Made A Beautiful Gesture Of Family

I could watch this all day long. Here’s another view of the special moment.

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/tim-mcgraw-surprise/

Tim McGraw Surprises Bride - My Little Girl - YouTube

On Saturday, Dad surprised his daughter, Lisa when Tim McGraw came out and sang "My Little Girl" for the father/daughter dance. After their special dance, McGraw stayed up on stage and did a full set of hits!

Film by CinemaCake Filmmakers
Photo courtesy of Alison Conklin Photography

He Kept His Daughter's Back To The Stage. When She Spun Around, Her Jaw Dropped!
He Kept His Daughter's Back To The Stage. When She Spun Around, Her Jaw Dropped!
He Kept His Daughter's Back To The Stage. When She Spun Around, Her Jaw Dropped!
He Kept His Daughter's Back To The Stage. When She Spun Around, Her Jaw Dropped!
He Kept His Daughter's Back To The Stage. When She Spun Around, Her Jaw Dropped!

He Kept His Daughter's Back To The Stage. When She Spun Around, Her Jaw Dropped!

He Kept His Daughter's Back To The Stage. When She Spun Around, Her Jaw Dropped!

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