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Adele returned from her musical hibernation by releasing “Hello,” a hit that’s been downloaded 1 million times (a week into its release), viewed over 200 million times on YouTube and has most likely caused millions of people to cry profusely at how beautifully sad it is. So what could make this song any better? A narration to end all narrations, of course.

Sir David Attenborough, the man behind all those amazing BBC wildlife voiceovers, was invited by a Radio 1 DJ (in the UK) to narrate the first two minutes of Adele’s newest hit.

His calm, soothing voice, mixed in with his British accent, just takes “Hello” to places it’s never been before. You really have to hear it to believe it. So take a look at the video above and prepare yourself, it’s a goodie.