A video of a Seattle, Washington woman proposing marriage to her girlfriend from atop a bus has attracted more than 1 million views on YouTube since its debut in August.

“Just the night before, we were talking about romance and I pretty much told her she wasn't romantic,” Alissa Haslam wrote in the video's description. “I am eating crow … and will be for a long time.”

In the nearly 6-minute video, Haslam rushes to an office window to find out what's causing all the commotion in the street, where more than 60 people and a band (Tubaluba) are cheering around a parked bus.

Standing on top of the bus is Jeanne Sickel Sterbentz, the alleged unromantic girlfriend.

As the Lumineers' Hey Hey plays, Sterbentz hold ups a series of signs – one says, “Yes this is happening” – ending with, “Will you marry me?”

Haslam rushes downstairs to meet Sterbentz, who gets down on one knee and produces a ring. Haslam says “yes” and the happy couple board the bus. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

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