By Hillary Busis
Updated May 30, 2012 at 10:12 PM EDT

“I wake up in the morning / And smell your sweet delight / You linger in my kitchen now / I still smell you at night…”

Yes, the following clip is a love song about crisp, salty, artery-clogging bacon. Yes, it is sung to the tune of “The Power of Love,” Céline Dion’s earth-shattering anthem. And yes, the video itself is a shot-for-shot parody of Dion’s own “Power of Love” music video, complete with creepy close-ups of heavily made up eyeballs and oodles of soft caresses. Most importantly, though, its star has some pipes — even if nobody can really out-diva Céline. Behold, the power of ba-COOOOOON:

Bravo, Anna Sudac — we wish you a long, healthy career filled with joy and breakfast meats. (Though you might want to stop cooking your bacon in butter — why gild the lily?) And thank you, The Hairpin, for bringing this video into our lives. Who else is hungry?

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