TikTok user discovers her parents put a famous meme song in their wedding

Choosing which songs you’re going to play at your wedding is a big deal.With that in mind, TikTok user illumaayani was shocked when her mom revealed what song played as she walked down the aisle.“My mom just told me that my dad and her walked down the aisle to this song,” she said, her eyes wide with shock.Her mom sat beside her as they listened to an electronic song with the lyrics, “Dori me, interimo, adapare dori me”.The song is popular meme that TikTok users often use in the background of footage that is considered creepy or futuristic.It’s likely that illumaayani’s mom walked down the aisle to the original version of the song — “Ameno” by ERA, a French new wave band.The meme version is a cover that alters the pitch and uses a synthesizer to give it that unusual sound

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