Seal is putting a new spin on his song “Kiss from a Rose” with the help of some Super Bowl babies in a new ad to commemorate the big game’s 50th anniversary.
The ad features a choir of kids and adults, who were apparently conceived the night their parents’ home teams won the Super Bowl. They change the words to “Kiss from a Rose” to explain the “Super Bowl baby” phenomenon.
“We’re all babies/It all happened on the night that a Super Bowl was played/Ooh that’s why we’re here singing this sweet serenade,” they sing.
Seal adds his own vocals while standing on a hill overlooking San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.
“Honored a song I released in 1994 has inspired the 2016 @NFL Super Bowl commercial celebrating 50 years!” the singer tweeted.
Super Bowl 50 airs live from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, February 7 at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS in the U.S.. The Denver Broncos are playing the Carolina Panthers. On Australian TV see the Super Bowl on Foxtel via ESPN, Free To Air via Channel 7/7Mate Monday February 8.