Last month the Internet bawled its collective eyes out when Isaac Lamb proposed to Amy Frankel with help from more than 60 friends and family members in a "lip dub" flash mob proposal in Portland.

Now, we're bringing you yet another reason to weep with tears of joy. In a video first posted to YouTube on June 9, Danny proposes to his girlfriend Tina at Santana Row, a shopping mall in San Jose, Calif., with the help of a group of little girls performing a choreographed dance routine.

The video starts out with the girls dancing to "You Make Me Feel Good" by Cobra Starship. But it wasn't until the girls switched gears and began dancing to "Marry You" by Bruno Mars that we started reaching for the tissues.

This made us wonder, is it "Marry You" that turns a charming but ultimately forgettable proposal into a viral video sensation? (Remember this Disneyland proposal from last year? You see our point.) It's possible, but strange considering the lyrics to "Marry You" are less than romantic -- "It's a beautiful night, we're looking for something dumb to do. Hey baby, I think I wanna marry you ... If you wake up and you wanna break up that's cool, I won't blame you. It was fun, girl." That doesn't exactly scream, "I want to spend the rest of my life with you."

Check out the video above and let us know what you think -- is it the fabulous little girl flash mob or just "Marry You" that makes this proposal a winner? Then click through the slideshow below to see more proposal videos.

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  • The Movie Trailer

    <a href="" target="_hplink">Matt Still</a> proposed to his girlfriend Ginny Joiner in this movie trailer--in front of an audience of more than 100 cinema-goers. Matt's elaborate proposal was <a href="" target="_hplink">even covered on CNN</a>. The video, posted in May 2011, has been watched 19 million times to date.

  • Falling For The Right Girl

    Brooke and Josh got engaged on a rooftop, but not before Josh tripped and plummeted four stories! This death-defying proposal was posted in July 2011. More than 5.6 million people have watched it.

  • A Childhood Dream

    It's unclear whether this Disneyland "Fairy Tale" proposal is <a href="" target="_hplink">genuine or just a PR stunt</a>. Regardless, nearly 4.2 million people have watched the video since it was posted in June 2009.

  • Flash Mob

    This guy proposed to his girlfriend, Claudette, with a <a href="" target="_hplink">fully-choreographed flash mob</a> in the middle of New York's Madison Square Park. Apparently people love a choreographed public display of affection--3 million people have watched this video since it was posted in May of 2010.

  • An International Affair

    Charles proposed to his girlfriend Ali on a trip to Spain in October 2009. To date, nearly 2.7 million people have shared in their happy moment.

  • Live TV Fail

    This proposal didn't go quite as well as planned. The awkwardness begins at 1:20--try not to cringe. The unfortunate October 2008 video has been viewed 2.4 million times to date.

  • Reality TV Prank

    This surprise proposal didn't start out very well--Nikki is convinced that her boyfriend Justin is cheating on her. Thankfully, the proposal was <a href="" target="_hplink">part of the Fox reality TV show "Mobbed"</a>. More than 1.5 million people have watched this clip since it was posted in June 2011 (the show <a href="" target="_hplink">returns to Fox Nov. 23</a>).

  • 'I Love You, I Really Do'

    The bride-to-be isn't featured in this video from May 2008--but she <em>did</em> say yes. More than 1.1 million people have watched this proposal.

  • Ruined By A Reporter

    In this video from January 2007, a Fox News reporter spoils Boise State footballer <a href="" target="_hplink">Ian Johnson's surprise proposal</a> to his girlfriend. But not to worry, the head cheerleader does say yes. More than 1.1 million people have watched it happen.

  • Proposal Foul

    Ouch. This guy got rejected at a baseball game. He really feels the sting at 0:16. Since August 2009, more than 1.1 million people have shared his pain.