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Best songs you have heard at a wedding?

Asked by Supergirl (1686points) June 2nd, 2008

What are the best songs to play at a wedding both fast and slow. Ones that make you want to dance!

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Bri_L's avatar

Bust a Move

Can I Have This Dance For The Rest Of My Life

arnbev959's avatar

The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond

at a Scottish wedding.

jlm11f's avatar

One of my friend’s sister just got married and we had the same conversation for her wedding. I believe we made a list, which I can’t find right now, but I believe Rascal Flats played a big role at her wedding. Doesn’t really make you want to dance though. What genre do you like?

wizard's avatar

More than a feeling—Boston

seVen's avatar

the chicken dance is always hip :)

Bri_L's avatar

@ wizard – did you see they found their new lead singer from a you tube video? They guy was a Home Depot worker.

Bri_L's avatar

@ seVen – I met people in San Fransisco who had never polkaed. Ever.

butters326's avatar

into the mystic

Really good
go listin to it

wizard's avatar

@Bri—That’s the first I’ve heard about Boston since…forever.

Bri_L's avatar

yeah me to. For instance, I had no idea their lead singer committed suicide.

AstroChuck's avatar

We had the Hawaiian Wedding Song sung at our wedding. Our first dance together afterwards was to our song, Always and Forever.

seVen's avatar

I will Always Love You by Whitnney Houston

richardhenry's avatar

@PnL: Hilarious. :)

ezraglenn's avatar

Always Loveshack. Always.

Bri_L's avatar

@PnL: very VERY funny. Boy I don’t know how they ever got along.

@ ezraglenn: definately Loveshack TINROOF! rusted.

jlm11f's avatar

@ Rich and Bri – I am glad you guys enjoyed it. And honestly, I feel a couple that can have such a good sense of humor on wedding day and be so carefree will probably last longer (or at least lead a happier life!).

Bri_L's avatar

No doubt at all!

jlm11f's avatar

@ butlers – who sung “into the mystic” ? wallflowers? van morrison? colin james? or maybe the better question is, which rendition are you talking about.

@ Wizard – i like the song by Boston…thanks!

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buster's avatar

Today by the smashing pumpkins

SoapChef's avatar

Angels Crossing by Tom Grant

Bri_L's avatar

True Companion

fathippo's avatar

off the subject, but i requested auld lang syne (or whatever it is) at my friends birthday in july… i thought that would’ve been a good song, but the dj guy wouldn’t play it…

Robles's avatar

I think Total Eclipse of the Heart
Bonnie Tyler

Especially the version the dude was singing in “Old School”. Throwing in those foul words and all. That was hilarious! That rocked!

Webzilla's avatar

The best and most original song I heard was at my best friends’ wedding. Their first song was from the film ‘The Wedding singer’ (Adam Sandler) and it was ’ I wanna grow old with you’. Adam sings it to Drew Barrymore; I thought it was beautiful.

cornbird's avatar

” If you don’t know me by now….you will never never never know me…whoowhoohoowhooo.” That song had everyone at my sisters wedding reception dancing slowing and romantically with some guest!

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