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Man Serenades His Wife of 33 Years at the Airport

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Man Serenades His Wife of 33 Years at the Airport


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Source: Facebook

As Melody Zamora entered the baggage claim area inside the Austin airport upon returning from a two-week trip, she was welcomed by her husband of 33 years. When retired musician Ed Zamora saw his wife, he began playing Louie Armstrong’s classic, “What a Wonderful World.”

The song is dear to the couple’s hearts, acting as the theme song for over three decades of marriage. Ed explained that when traveling they always hear their special song, but when his wife informed him she hadn’t heard the song once during her trip overseas, he knew what to do.

Source: Facebook

Ed serenaded her during her ride down the escalator and into his arms.

The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport’s Facebook page posted the sweet video with the caption, “What a Wonderful Welcome! Ed Zamora surprised his wife of 33 years Melody this afternoon upon arrival at Austin-Bergstrom. Melody was returning home from a two week trip to Spain. Ed showed up in Bag Claim with flowers in one hand and his trumpet in the other. When his wife stepped foot on the escalator, Ed took a deep breath and serenaded her all the way down by playing their song, “What a Wonderful World!” And that’s what you call, a wonderful welcome! Ed & Melody, thanks for sharing your special moment with us! And welcome home Mrs. Zamora!”

What a Wonderful Welcome

What a Wonderful Welcome! Ed Zamora surprised his wife of 33 years Melody this afternoon upon arrival at Austin-Bergstrom. Melody was returning home from a two week trip to Spain. Ed showed up in Bag Claim with flowers in one hand and his trumpet in the other. When his wife stepped foot on the escalator, Ed took a deep breath and serenaded her all the way down by playing their song, "What a Wonderful World!" And that's what you call, a wonderful welcome! Ed & Melody, thanks for sharing your special moment with us! And welcome home Mrs. Zamora!

Posted by Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Tuesday, September 22, 2015

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