Mature crooners hit all the right notes at Oakville, Ontario Tim Hortons sing-along

Nadine Kalinauskas
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Can you feel the love tonight?

Patrons at an Oakville, Ontario Tim Hortons could when a group of silver-haired coffee drinkers broke out in song, singing the hit Elton John single in four-part harmony.

A video of the spontaneous heart-warming performance by The Entertainers quickly went viral.

"Oh, the simple beauties of Canada! Refreshing and endearing," wrote Danfi Parker, the video's uploader.

"They had a little whistle thing to set the pitch and then they just started singing," Parker told the Toronto Star on Thursday.

Parker shared that the group started with a few Sinatra standards before taking requests.

The Entertainers, which has 35 members in total, belong to the Oakville chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Every Monday night after practice, the silver-haired crooners stop at the Iroquois Shore Road coffee shop for a cup of a joe — and, often, an impromptu concert.

"It’s not scripted," said Jack Smye, one of the warblers. "It's a long-standing tradition. Halfway through our coffee, we sing."

That singing just happens to make everyone else's day in the process.