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Music. Most everyone wants it at their wedding.

Planning a wedding? Making decisions pertaining to the music you’ll have played at your wedding is assuredly part of your to-do list. (Feel free to read my personal take on making more sense out of this part of your planning process.) Please note: by music, I’m NOT referring to entertainment. What you, your family and friends enjoy at your wedding comprises the entertainment. The right kind of music accompanies and enhances that enjoyment.


The “DJ?”

(I put “DJ” in quotes because, regrettably, the term is…painfully vague.) What’s the DJ’s role, and how well can he do what he’s required to do? One thing is universally accepted: the “DJ” (or the band leader) is in charge of the music. He’s the Music Host. What’s going to be played, when it’s going to played, and how it’s going to be played is his responsibility. Whether the music selections for the wedding are entirely up to him, or he’s rigidly following a “Must Play List” mandated by the bride and groom, it still falls upon his shoulders to bring it off smoothly, well-mixed, well-programmed, and at the right volume throughout the venue. Here’s some commentary pertaining to the use of an iPod as the music source for your wedding. I like it. (I wrote it.)


What to Play During Open Dancing

First some generalities. There are literally millions of songs out there which means there are numerous musical possibilities. So, during open dancing, the real measure of serving you as a masterful music host is how well your DJ can draw upon his past experiences and knowledge of the vast array of dance music, to make the best choices under every circumstance. Naturally, most everything that’s played will be in accordance with your priorities, i.e. what you want accomplished during the festivities, and also with what’s happening at any given time, not only on the dance floor, but throughout the room.

Here’s an excerpt from the post entitled Dance Music Theory: In accordance with the wishes of the bride and groom, for wedding receptions, one of the main objectives in successful programming is to include the kind of variety, in the right doses, that will appeal to the widest cross section of friends and family. Generally, the best dance music to program, i.e. the music that invariably gets the most favorable response, has a combination of specific characteristics.

• Familiarity: we know it, we really like it, we’re hearing it—let’s dance.

• Danceability: the rhythm pattern is well-defined and easy or fun to move to—let’s dance.

• Tempo: the speed of the beat is comfortable and appealing—let’s dance.

Lyrics and melody also enter into the picture, but, except for slow dance songs, to a lesser extent.


So, what music will be played at my wedding?

Is the music you want played during your wedding the music you like? Probably yes, to a great extent. But, I’ve got to allude to a notorious instance illustrating what can happen. The bride and groom both loved the Violent Femmes. As the bosses of their own wedding, during open dancing, they chose to feature almost exclusively, lots and lots of Violent Femmes music. I had an opportunity to peek in halfway through their reception. What did I observe?  Except for the bride and groom and about eight members of their wedding party, everyone had vacated the banquet facility. So, just as with everything else that goes into the planning of your entire wedding, the music you feature SHOULD serve to bring about the realization of your priorities. I’m sure it wasn’t one of the bride and groom’s priorities that most of their wedding guests leave early so they could listen to the music they like. [A list of adjectives (priorities) that might describe the celebration of your dream wedding can be found here.]  So, how do your priorities translate into music at your wedding? The majority of brides and grooms list their top priority as “fun.” Well, there’s numerous ways to have fun at a wedding, and when the music’s done right, it serves as a tool to help make that fun happen. For other priorities, it’s easy to see how music plays a role in their realization. For example, if one of your priorities is you want your wedding to be “exciting,” then no matter what genre you’re featuring, the music you choose (even for mealtime) is going to be a whole lot less relaxing and mellow and a whole lot more on the lively, happy side. But please, not so frenetic that it’s no longer conducive to good digestion.

Two other points: One, any music at a wedding should be wedding appropriate, i.e. not about sad relationships, lost love, promiscuity, etc. And seeing that most weddings are attended by a cross section of family members, wedding music should also be family-oriented, i.e. on the wholesome side. Of course, without being dictatorial, this, like everything else hinges of the bride and groom’s preferences. Two, a prudent bride and groom will consider how the music will contribute to the experience of all their guests. Regarding your personal choices, if they entail a lot of, let’s say “newer” dance music, it’s an obvious and commonly-accepted notion, the more “hip” stuff will be featured, to a much greater extent, later on, during the later open dance segments.


And, when will it be played?

Naturally, the music being featured at any given time during your wedding will be defined by what’s taking place at the time it’s played—what part of the ceremony or reception is occuring.





The following lists contain samples, suggestions, and ideas. In other words, the selections are listed as points of reference. New music is constantly coming out, and the updating of these lists will undoubtedly soon go by the wayside. As suggested in The Best Wedding Reception…Ever!, this listing of wedding music has been divided into three basic groupings: Special Moments, Background, and Dancing Requests.


A. Wedding Ceremony Music

1. Pre-Processional

2. Bride’s Processional

3. Recessional

B. Wedding Reception Music

1. Grand Entrance

2. Bride & Groom’s First Dance

3. Father Daughter Dance

4. Mother Son Dance

5. Cake Cutting

6. Garter Removal

7. Bouquet Toss

8. Last Dance






Wedding Ceremony Music

Here’s an excerpt from the post Your Ceremony, Your Way: “Naturally, your ceremony’s agenda can include specially-chosen music, played at just the right time to compliment every segment of the ceremony. You may choose to have a solo rendered by a close friend or relation, selections played by a string quartet, guitarist, harpist, pianist, etc., or creatively-presented prerecorded arrangements. When presented effectively, the music can enhance everyone’s experience. Being creative with selections can make an appropriate and often entertaining statement. You have to be the judge.”


After All – Piano
All I Ask of You – Orchestral
Alone – Kenny G
Another One Bites the Dust – Queen
Ave Maria – Andre Rieu
Ave Maria – Appalachian
Ave Maria – Gheorghe Zemphir
Ave Maria – Jewel
Ave Maria – Josh Groban
Bach’s Air on a G String – Orchestral
Bach’s Arioso – Julian Lloyd Webber
Bach’s Prelude (Wachet Auf – Guitar
Beethoven’s Ode to Joy – String Ensemble
Bella’s Lullaby – Robert Pattinson
Bist Du Bei Mir – Johanne Sebastian Bach
Celtic Wedding Music 1 – Tim Janis
Celtic Wedding Music 2 – Tim Janis
Celtic Wedding Music 3 – Tim Janis
Con te Partiro – David Chamberlin
Could I Have This Dance – Appalachian
Don’t Know Much – Piano
Evergreen – Appalachian
Forever in Love – Kenny G
Fur Elise – Richard Clayderman
Gesu Bambino – Piano and Flute
God Bless the Broken Road – Piano
Greensleeves – Appalachian
Grow Old With Me – Mary Chapin Carpenter
Guitar Concerto in D – Vivaldi
Heaven – Piano
Hello – Piano
I Do (Kiss the Bride) – Hit Crew
I Will Always Love You – Kenny G
Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring – Celtic Women
Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring – Orchestral
Joy – George Winston
Joy of Life – Kenny G
Let It Be – Steel Drums of Trinidad
Let’s Get Married – Jagged Edge
Making Memories of Us – All Star
Minuet – Boccherini
Missing You – David Sanborn
Morning Has Broken – Appalachian
Mouret’s Rondeau – Appalachian
Mouret’s Rondeau – Brass Ensemble
My Heart Will Go On – Kenny G
Oh Perfect Love – Guitar and Flute
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – Bond
Piano Hymn (Vangelis) – O’neil Brothers
Prayer, The – O’Neil Brothers
Prayer, The – Celine Dion and Andrea Bocceli
Ravel’s Bolero – Orchestral
Rocky (Main Theme) – Starlight Orchestra
Sentimental – Kenny G
Silhouette – Kenny G
Storybook Love – Mark Knopfler
Three Times a Lady – Piano
Tonight I Celebrate My Love – Piano
Trumpet Tune in D Major – Purcell
Water Music (Aire) – George F. Handel
When I See You Smile – Piano
When I’m With You – Piano
Wifey – Next
Wind Beneath My Wings – Appalachian
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Clark’s Trumpet Voluntary – Appalachian
Clark’s Trumpet Voluntary – Brass and Organ
Clark’s Trumpet Voluntary – Orchestral
Wagner’s Bridal Chorus – Appalachian
Wagner’s Bridal Chorus – Guitar
Wagner’s Bridal Chorus – Orchestral
Wagner’s Bridal Chorus – Piano
Wagner’s Bridal Chorus – Piano and Organ
Wagner’s Bridal Chorus – Pipe Organ
Wagner’s Bridal Chorus – Woodwind Ensemble
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – Bond
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – Guitar
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – Orchestral
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – Piano and Organ
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – Steel Drum
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – Techno
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – Wynton Marsalisn
Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Israel K.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Jason Castro
There is Love (Celtic) – Laura Creamer
There is Love – Appalachian
There is Love – Paul Stooky
Wedding Song, The – Kenny G
Wedding Song, The – O’Neill Brothers
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1 2 3 4 – Plain White T’s
Another One Bites the Dust – Queen
Best is Yet to Come, The – Frank Sinatra
Clark’s Trumpet Voluntary – Orchestral
Dodi Li – Safam
Forever – Chris Brown
Halleluja Chorus – George Friderick Handel
I’m Your’s – Jason Mraz
Marry Me – Train
Mendelsohn’s Wedding March – Appalachian
Mendelsohn’s Wedding March – Orchestral
Mendelsohn’s Wedding March – Piano and Organ
Rocky (Main Theme) – Starlight Orchestra
Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Stevie Wonder
Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Beach Version
Walking on Sunshine – Katrina and the Waves
With This Ring – Platters
This Will Be an Everlasting Love – Natalie Cole
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Wedding Reception Music

Special Moments during the reception often are accompanied by special music. Again, music is used as a tool to make these moments more entertaining, i.e. more enjoyable, more amusing, and all in all, provide a greater measure of impact to the proceedings. Here’s a little example: On some occasions, a Special Activity with pronounced humorous overtones is included as part of the wedding’s mealtime entertainment. It’s referred to as “The Old Key Trick,” where as a fun practical joke keys are passed out to several ladies during the cocktail hour and then at a given moment, all those in attendance who have a key to the groom’s house are instructed to bring it up since he is now officially “off the market. This is fun, but adding music, like “Just a Gigalo” during the time folks are coming forward with their keys enlivens the spectacle making it even more fun.

New musical ideas keep coming! New themes too. In accordance with your priorities, be imaginative. Personally, I love planning, preparing, and stagingentertaining Grand Entrances! As I love to say, entertainment sets the tone of your reception, and it’s the music that goes hand in hand with the tone you’re setting.

All Right Now – Free
Axel F – Harold Faltermeyer
Beautiful Day – U2
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
Blinded By the Light – Manfred Mann
Breezin’ – George Benson
Crazy In Love – Beyonce
Crazy Train – Ozzie Ozborne
Dynamite – Taio Cruz
Eye of the Tiger – Survivor
Family Tradition – Hank Williams, Jr.
Final Countdown – Europe
Flashing Lights – Kanye West
Free Ride – Edgar Winters Group
G-Bop – Kenny Gee
Get Ready for This – 2 Unlimited
Got to Give it Up – Urban Knights
Got Whatever It Is – Zac Brown Band
Here Comes the Bride (Disco) – Paul Jabara
Here For the Party – Gretchen Wilson
Hypnotize – Notorious B.I.G.
I Believe in a Thing Called Love – The Darkness
I Gotta Feeling – Black Eyed Peas
Indiana Jones – John Williams
Let’s Get It Started in Here – Black Eyed Peas
Life in Technicolor – Coldplay
Listen to the Music – Doobie Brothers
Mo Money Mo Problems – Notorious B.I.G.
Once in a Lifetime – Keith Urban
OMG – Usher
Paradise City – Guns and Roses
Rocky (Main Theme) – Starlight Orchestra
Separate Ways – Journey
Sirius – Alan Parson’s Project
Slide – Goo Goo Dolls
Strangle Hold – Ted Nugent
Swing Batter – Trace Adkins
The Way I Are – Timbaland
These Are My People – Rodney Adkins
This Will Be an Everlasting Love – Natalie Cole
Thriller – Michael Jackson
True Blood Theme – Gothic Vampires
We Got It Going On – Bon Jovi
You Dropped a Bomb on Me – Gap Band
You’re My Better Half – Keith Urban
You’re the One That I Want – John Travolta
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Here are some audio samples of music editing for the Grand Entrance.


You have the option of making your first dance as creative as you want and as unique as you are. Many couples choose to choreograph their presentation. Some include more than one song often combining a traditional slow dance with a playful song as a surprise. Perhaps you’ll even consider a prerecorded message featured as a voiceover during the introduction and/or instrumental interlude.

Amazed – Lonestar
A Moment Like This – Kelly Clarkson
A Whole New World – Peabo Bryson
After All – Cher & Peter Cetera
All My Life -KC & JoJo
All The Way – Celine Dion & Frank Sinatra
Always – Atlantic Star
Always & Forever – Heatwave
Annie’s Song – John Denver
At Last – Etta James
Because – The Dave Clark Five
Because of You – Tony Bennet
Because You Loved Me – Celine Dion
Bless the Broken Road – Rascal Flatts
Can’t Help Falling in Love – Elvis Presley
Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You – Frankie Valli
Caught Up in the Rapture – Anita Baker
Chances Are – Johnny Mathis
Cheek To Cheek – Fred Astaire
Cherish – Kool & the Gang
Close To You – Carpenters
Color My World – Chicago
Could I Have This Dance – Anne Murray
Dance With Me – Anthony Carter
Don’t Know Much – L. Ronstadt & A. Neville
Don’t Want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith
Endless Love – Diana Ross & Lionel Richie
Endless Love – Luther Vandross & Mariah Carey
Everybody Loves Somebody – Dean Martin
Feels So Right – Alabama
First Dance – Corey Smith
Forever and Always – Shania Twain
Forever and Ever, Amen – Randy Travis
From This Moment – Shania Twain & Bryan White
Groovy Kind of Love – Phil Collins
Here and Now – Luther Vandross
Here We Are – Gloria Estefan
How Deep Is The Ocean – Vic Damone
How Sweet It Is – James Taylor
How Sweet It Is – Marvin Gaye
I Cross My Heart – George Strait
I Do (Cherish You) – Mark Wills
I Got You Babe – Sonny and Cher
I Finally Found Someone – Adams & Streisand
I knew I Loved You – Savage Garden
I Love You Just The Way You Are – Billy Joel
I Swear – John Michael Montgomery
I Will Always Love You – Dolly Parton
I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston
It Had to Be You – Harry Connick, Jr.
It’s Your Love – Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
Keeper of the Stars – Tracy Byrd
Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
Me and You – Kenny Chesney
My One And Only Love – Nancy Wilson
Never Gonna Give You Up – Rick Astley
Only You – The Platters
Saved The Best For Last – Vanessa Williams
Sea of Love – Honeydrippers
Sea of Love – Phil Phillips
Something – The Beatles
Suddenly – Billy Ocean
Sweet Love – Anita Baker
Take My Breath Away – Berlin
Taking You Home – Don Henly
Their Hearts Are Dancing – The Forester Sisters
Then – Brad Paisley
Through The Eyes of Love – Melissa Manchester
Time After Time – Frank Sinatra
To Make You Feel My Love – Garth Brooks
Together Forever – Rick Astley
Tonight I Celebrate My Love – Peabo Bryson
True Companion – Marc Cohn
Truly – Lionel Richie
Unchained Melody – The Righteous Brothers
Unforgettable – Nat King Cole
Way You Look Tonight – Frank Sinatra
Way You Look Tonight – Tony Bennett
We’re in this Love Together – Al Jarreau
We’ve Only Just Begun – Carpenters
When I Fall In Love – Celine Dion & Clive Griffin
When I’m Sixty Four – The Beatles
When You Say Nothing At All – Allison Krauss
Wonder of You – Elvis Presley
You Are My Special Angel – Bobby Helms
You are the Sunshine Of My Life – Stevie Wonder
You Decorated My Life – Kenny Rogers
You Send Me – Sam Cooke
You’re in My Heart – Rod Stewart
You’re Still The One – Shania Twain
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Like all the special dances, here’s an opportunity for a touching memorable moment. For the most impact and magic, they should be staged so that all your wedding attendees can enjoy the presentation. Some questions: Who chooses this selection: father or daughter? How long will the song be played: in it’s entirety or faded out at a particular, predetermined juncture? Again, perhaps you’ll even consider a prerecorded message featured as a voiceover during the introduction and/or instrumental interlude, which frequently results in a spontaneous standing ovation.

A Song For My Daughter – Ray Allair
A Whole New World – P. Bryson & Regina Bell
Angel In My Arms – Wedding Music Central
Because You Loved Me – Celine Dion
Butterfly Kisses – Bob Carlisle
Can You Feel the Love Tonight – Elton John
Cinderella – Stephen Curtis Chapman
Daddy’s Hands – Holly Dunn
Daddy’s Little Girl – Al Martino
Daddy’s Little Girl – Kippi Brannon
Daddy’s Little Girl – The Mills Brothers
Daughter of Mine – John McDermott
Father’s Eyes – Amy Grant
Have I Told You Lately – Rod Stewart
Have I Told You Lately – Van Morrison
Hero – Mariah Carey
I Loved Her First – Heartland
Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder
Lullabye – Billy Joel
Memories – Elvis Presley
My Girl – The Temptations
My Little Girl – Steve Kinvan
My Little Girl – Tim McGraw
Stealing Cinderella – Chuck Wicks
Sunrise, Sunset – Fiddler on the Roof
Thank Heaven for Little Girls – Gigi
Then They Do – Trace Adkins
Through the Years – Kenny Rogers
Times of Your Life – Paul Anka
Unforgettable – Natalie Cole
Walk With You – Edwin McCain
Way You Look Tonight – Frank Sinatra
Way You Look Tonight – Tony Bennett
What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
When I Needed You Most – Kimaya Seward
Wind Beneath My Wings – Bette Midler
You Are So Beautiful – Joe Cocker
You’re My Hero – Teresa James
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Ditto Father Daughter Dance. And again, perhaps you’ll consider a prerecorded message featured as a voiceover during the introduction and/or instrumental interlude. (I love to produce them.) These voiceovers are not heard by the message’s recipient until the wedding day.

A Mother’s Song – Anthony Carter
A Song For Mama – Boyz II Men
A Song For My Son – Mikki Viereck
Because You Loved Me – Celine Dion
Blessed – Elton John
Ever I Saw Your Face – Roberta Flack
Greatest Love of All – Whitney Houston
Have I Told You Lately . . . – Rod Stewart
Have I Told You Lately . . . Van Morrison
Hero – Mariah Carey
I Will Always Be Your Mother – Lynn Leoniti
I Will Always Love You – Dolly Parton
I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston
I Wish You Love – Natalie Cole
I’m Blessed to Call You Mother – Molly Pasutti
In Your Eyes – David Chamberlin
Man You’ve Become, The – Molly Pasutti
On This Day – Scott Wesley Brown
Simple Man – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Sunise, Sunset – Fiddler on the Roof
Through the Years – Kenny Rogers
Unforgettable – Nat King Cole
What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
Wind Beneath My Wings – Bette Midler
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Whether you want it played in the background by itself, or lightly accompanying a narrated cake cutting ceremony, pick a selection that enhances the moment for you, and your friends and family.

All My Life – JoJo & K.C.
Cut the Cake – Average White Band
Eat It – Weird Al Yankovick
From This Moment – Shania Twain/Bryan White
Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
How Sweet It Is – James Taylor
How Sweet It Is – Marvin Gaye
How Sweet It Is – Michael Buble
I Don’t Want to Miss A Thing – Aerosmith
I Get a Kick Out of You – Frank Sinatra
I Got You Babe – Sonny & Cher
I Got You Babe – Sonny and Cher
I Swear – John Michael Montgomery
I Wanna Grow Old With You – Adam Sandler
In Your Eyes – Peter Gabriel
It Had To Be You – Harry Connick, Jr.
It’s Your Love – Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
Love and Marriage – Frank Sinatra
Love You Madly – Cake
Main theme from “Jaws” – John Williams
Sugar Pie Honeybunch – Four Tops
Sugar, Sugar – The Archies
That’s Amore – Dean Martin
This Guy’s In Love With You – Herb Alpert
Unchained Melody – Righteous Brothers
Unforgettable – Nat King Cole
Way You Look Tonight – Frank Sinatra
Way You Look Tonight – Tony Bennett
When I’m Sixty-Four – Beatles
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There’s a host of approaches and Special Activities for this segment of your wedding’s festivities. Your choice of music can lend a whole lot to boosting everyone’s enjoyment. Frequently, during the time the garter is removed, the music is on the sexy side. On other occasions the selection is a signature song for the groom. Here’s some entertaining information pertaining to this portion of the wedding protocol.

Another One Bites the Dust – Queen
Bad Boys – Inner Circle
Curly Shuffle – Jumpn’ the Saddle
Do Ya Think I’m Sexy – Rod Stewart
Fever – Michael Buble
Fever – Peggy Lee
Freak Me – Silk
Hungry Eyes – Eric Carmen
Jaws – Movie
Legs – ZZ Top
Let’s Get it On – Marvin Gaye
Macho Man – Village People
Oh Yeah – Yello
Pink – Aerosmith
Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison
The Stripper – David Rose
Theme from Mission Impossible – Danny Elfman
U Can’t Touch This – MC Hammer
Wild Thing – The Troggs
You Sexy Thing – Hot Chocolate
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Like just about everything else, their are numerous alternatives and approaches that will personalize the bouquet toss. Here’s a Garter Removal/Bouquet Toss video clip illustrating how music is used to enhance everyone’s experience in accordance with your personal style.

American Woman – The Guess Who
Bad Girls – Donna Summer
Bootylicious – Destiny’s Child
Funkytown, Lipps, Inc.
Girls Just Want to Have Fun – Cindy Lauper
Hot Stuff – Donna Summer
I’m a Girl Watcher – O’Kaysions
Ladies Night – Kool & The Gang
Lady Marmalade – Pink, Mya, Lil’ Kim, Aguilera
Single Ladies – Beyonce
Super Freak – Rick James
Super Model – Ru Paul
This One’s the Girls – Martina McBride
Wishin’ and Hopin’ – Ani Difranco
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You’re first consideration will be to decide whether you want a romantic song or a party song—something everyone can slow dance to, or throw down to with a final burst of energy. Of course, if you’re wanting to stage a friendship circle or circle of love, then that kind of special activity can influence your selection too. Here’s a clip illustrating a Circle of Love as the last dance and finale.

At Last – Celine Dion
At Last – Etta James
Because of You – Ne-Yo
Best is Yet to Come, The – Frank Sinatra
Bless the Broken Road – Rascal Flatts
Closing Time – Semisonic
Come Away With Me – Norah Jones
Cross My Heart – George Strait
Don’t Stop Believing – Journey
Exactly Like You – Van Morrison
Faitfully – Journey
Forever and Ever Amen – Randy Travis
Forever Mine – O’Jays
From This Moment – Shania Twain & Bryan White
Getting You Home – Chris Young
Goodnight Sweetheart – Spaniels
Happy – Ashanti
Here We Are – Gloria Estefan
Hey Ya – OutKast
I Could Not Ask for More – Edwin McCain
I Could Not Ask for More – Sara Evans
I Have and I Always Will – Dave Barnes
I Knew I Loved You – Savage Garden
I Wanna Grow Old With You – Adam Sandler
I’m So Proud of You – Impressions
I’ve Had the Time of My Life – Medley & Warnes
Into the Mystic – Van Morrison
Kiss Me – Sixpence None the Richer
Lady Soul – Temptations
Last Dance – Donna Summers
Let’s Get it On – Marvin Gaye
Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
Lions – Features
Lost in This Moment – Big & Rich
Love Story – Taylor Swift
Love Was Made for You and Me – Nat King Cole
Lucky – Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat
Make it Last Forever – Mariah Carey
Making Memories of Us – Keith Urban
Moment Like This, A – Kelly Clarkson
My Best Friend – Tim McGraw
My Love For You is Real – Ryan Adams
New York, New York – Frank Sinatra
Only You Can Make Me Happy – Surface
Our Love is Here to Stay – Nat King Cole
Phish – Joy
Rose, The – Bette Midler
Save the Last Dance for Me – Drifters
Save the Last Dance for Me – Michael Buble
Solid – Ashford & Simpson
Sweet Carolina – Neil Diamond
Take Me Home Tonight – Eddie Money
Taking You Home – Don Henley
Thank You for Loving Me – Bon Jovi
That’s What Friends are For – D. Warwick & Friends
Then – Brad Paisley
Till the End of Time – Justin Timberlake
Time of Your Life – Green Day
Tonight I Celebrate My Love . . . – Bryson & Flack
Truly Madley Deeply – Cascada
Tu Amour – Jon B
Una Noche Mas – Jennifer Lopez
We Are Family – Sister Sledge
What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
When I Said I Do – Clint Black
When I Said I Do – Kenny Lattimore
When I’m Sixty-Four – Beatles
When You Say Nothing at All – Allison Kraus
Where the Party At – Nelly and Jagged Edge
Where Your Road Leads – Trisha Yearwood
Wind Beneath My Wings – Bette Midler
With a Little Help From My Friends – Joe Cocker
Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
You are the Best Thing – Ray LaMontagne
You’re the Inspiartion – Chicago
You’ve Got a Friend – James Taylor
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Last Updated: July 17, 2011 at 3:48 pm
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