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If you’ve been to a lot of weddings, you’ve probably seen it happen.

The couple walk out to the dance floor, gazing sweetly into each other’s eyes. Whitney Houston’s or Dolly Parton’s divine voice fills the room. Mom and most of the aunts immediately start bawling. The first chorus comes up, and everyone sings along in their head. And some (often unfortunately) sing it out loud:

“I-I-I-I will always love you.”

But then comes this part:

“So goodbye. Please don’t cry. We both know I’m not what you need.”

Say what now?

As a professional events DJ for 10 years, Kelsey Burns has seen awkward moments like this too many times.

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