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February 5th, 2020 under Bon Jovi


Matej Priteržnik was strolling through a park in London when he heard a man on a bench singing Bon Jovi. At first, the guy was a solo artist, but then something incredible happened when he got to the chorus. With each line, more and more people started to join in and sing along to Livin’ on a Prayer.

For a few seconds, hundreds of strangers became one unified group. Priteržnik described the incredible moment as “When one person effect the whole croud!”

Forget what Jared Kushner (the worst alum from my extremely sh!tty high school) plans are to bring peace to the Middle East because they are not working. I say drop Bon Jovi and this mysterious man down on the wall and have them sing this song. Maybe that will remind all of them that one thing they all believe in is the power of prayer. Who knows, belting out, “Woah, we’re halfway there, Woah, livin’ on a prayer, Take my hand we’ll make it I swear, Woah, livin’ on a prayer,” might be the answer to the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

Then if it works, we can send them to the DMZ and unite the two Koreas and other places of conflict. All leading up to the final stop on their World Peace, DC! There are only two things that can unite the Republicans and the Democrats, and they are a miracle and Bon Jovi. The latter is more of a realistic goal.

Talking about goals, when is the NFL going to ask Bon Jovi to play the Super Bowl Half Time show already? Can you think of anyone more perfect than them?

Back to the video, no matter how many times I have seen it, I always get chills when I hear one voice become many — not even seeing Jovi live has had the same effect on me. I have seen them several times, and it will never be enough.

One more takeaway from this video, we all need to go to the park more often and just hang.

Finally, this is not the first time he was caught singing this tune in public. To hear him do it not once, but twice, then


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