John Lewis" 2017 ad was titled "Moz The Monster', and hit viewers right in the festive feels when it aired last November.
There's an especially striking scene showing the flamboyant star performing at Wembley Stadium.
"Your Song" was first released almost 50 years ago and proves to be a timeless classic in the heartwarming Christmas advert that aims to spread the message that 'Sometimes a gift isn't just a gift".
John Lewis, who have a site on Futura Park in Ipswich, said that the scene was "inspired by real events" but involving "some creativity".
The closing line on screen as Sir Elton plays reads: "Some gifts are more than just a gift".
'It's been a lovely opportunity for me to reflect on my life in music and the incredible journey I have been on, and how first playing my Grandmother's piano marks the moment when music came into my life'.
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The ad first airs on television on Thursday at 9.15pm during ITV's Dark Heart, although ITV viewers may have noticed that the theme tunes to some of the channel's shows including Coronation Street and This Morning were played exclusively in piano notes on Wednesday to tease the advert's premiere.
The firm said reports Sir Elton had been paid £5m were "wildly inaccurate" and said some of his fee went to his charitable trust.
The John Lewis Christmas advert will be broadcast on television for the first time on ITV tonight at 9.15pm.
Another complained that the song had been used before, referencing the 2010 creation.
John Lewis" flagship store on London's Oxford Street also changed its name to just "John', and shoppers were convinced they had sussed the ad out ahead of its release. For now you can view it via one of John Lewis' partners.
But there will be no plush versions of Sir Elton.