Son gets entire train to sing happy birthday to his mom: “She loved the impromptu singalong”

Amy Christie

A creative son and his girlfriend surprised his mom on her birthday with a song she won’t forget anytime soon.

Her son got the entire carriage on the London underground to join him, and the passengers were happy to add their voices to the Happy Birthday tune that made everyone smile.

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The loving son wanted to make his mom’s 64th birthday special, and he didn’t hesitate to get all the passengers on the underground involved in his fun initiative.

Rob Burke was traveling with his girlfriend Cat and his mother Jackie on the Bakerloo line. They were headed to celebrate the occasion when the son suddenly realized he could offer her a sweet, slightly embarrassing moment, right then and there.

The idea certainly took his mom by surprise when her son suddenly got up and announced to the whole carriage that it was a big day because his mom was celebrating her birthday. After that, he asked all the passengers to sing for her, according to Good News Network.

The passengers traveling in the same carriage were happy to oblige, and the song got stronger when each new voice joined in spreading the joy.

“I wanted to embarrass my mom on camera. My girlfriend Cat suggested it when we walked onto the train carriage,” Rob shared with the outlet.

“It was an impromptu singalong. You can tell she wasn’t too keen on me announcing her age to everyone, but she loved it really,” he added.

The beautiful moments brought smiles and turned an ordinary day into an amazing one both for the mother and the strangers who joined in on the fun.

“There were loads of kind comments on TikTok saying how good she looks for 64, so that got me out of the doghouse,” Rob concluded about the unique experience.

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