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The sounds of smacking lips and sizzling chicken were briefly interrupted by an enthusiastic a cappella group at a Chick-fil-A in Nashville earlier this month.

In footage shared to Facebook on July 4, dozens of members of the Acapella Ministries Worship Leader Institute can be seen breaking out in song – specifically, Bill Withers’ “Lean on Me” – in the Chick-fil-A dining room, much to the delight of the unsuspecting fast-food patrons and on-duty team members.

The article goes on to state the following:

By the clip’s end, both customers and staffers had joined in on the fun, singing and clapping along with the performance.

“Just amazing,” wrote one Facebook user commenting on the video. “Brought me to tears. We need more of this beautiful, joyful, unified behavior in our world. God Bless this group. Customers won’t forget this great experience.”

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