I John, take you Mary, to be my law­ful­ly wed­ded wife.
To be to­geth­er in hap­pi­ness and strife,
To have and to hold,
Even if your cook­ing grows mold.
I love you in rich­ness and in debt,
And cher­ish all mo­ments since we have met.
I promise to love you un­til the end of my days,
As long as you stay out of my base­ball plays.
I pledge to be faithful
Even when we’re old and dull.