Jason Aldean Song Inspires A Marriage Proposal

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Jason Aldean’s single, Tattoos on this Town, has the lines “and to this day up on that overpass Even underneath the new paint you can still see Allie, will you marry me?”

Well, according to TasteOfCountry.com, that song has inspired a real life graffiti proposal. 22 year old Keith Partridge (no relation to the famous-but-fictitious 70s TV character of the same name) proposed to his girlfriend Sara Melton used four cans of spray paint beneath an overpass to ask if she would marry him. To further the element of surprise, he took her to the spot at one in the morning, only revealing the message when several of his buddies who were parked discreetly nearby hit their high beams and illuminated the concrete wall.

Melton burst into tears, but not before saying yes. No word yet whether or not Partridge is going to face any vandalism charges for his act of love. You gotta figure the possibility is there, but if he IS fined, maybe Jason Aldean will cover it for him.

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