NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Justin Timberlake is looking for a couple who got engaged to one of his songs on the Long Island Rail Road.
The singer released a new video for his song, Not A Bad Thing, in hopes of locating the anonymous couple as part of a mini documentary about finding love.
“It was a crisp, cold Sunday night on a Long Island Rail Road train speeding towards New York City,” a female narrator says in the video. “It was a scene out of a movie, like ‘Say Anything,’ a young man proposed to his girlfriend playing a Justin Timberlake song.”
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According to the website haveyouseenthiscouple.tumblr.com, the engagement happened back on Jan. 12, 2014 around 8:20 p.m. on the Babylon line.
“We don’t know who these people are or what their story is, but maybe you do,” the narrator says. “Have you seen this couple?”
A Twitter hashtag called #haveyouseenthiscouple has also been created. It was even retweeted Thursday by the LIRR’s official Twitter page.
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