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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Wedding Songs

If you guys have any suggestions about songs we should play at our wedding, I'm all ears. For now, the two songs I have in mind for our first dance are:

Closer
Under My Thumb

Any others?

12 Comments:

  • What about "I'm a genius, but I can't come up with any frickin' wedding songs."

    How 'bout Rocky Top and Chicken Dance.

    God, you infuriate me!

    By Blogger BIG, at 11:03 PM  

  • My suggestions:
    "A feral monkey ruined my wedding"
    "The cake is poisoned, everybody rock, y'all!"
    "The Pina Colada/divorce song"
    "E'erbody in the wedding get or'nry (the Joe be punching track)"
    "The Tuxedos caught fire"
    "Punchbowl stab machine"
    and finally a Romanian song called "Ach Hachavado" (the groom gets nut punches)

    By Blogger Joe, at 11:27 PM  

  • Are we talking the ceremony or the reception?

    I can only hope you do NOT play that Cliché, Podunk, Over Done, Piece of CRAP "Butterfly Kisses" song at the reception.

    FOR GOD'S SAKE PEOPLE!!!
    INSECTS DO NOT HAVE LIPS!!!!

    Here are some ideas for the reception.

    Chicken Dance
    Imperial Death March when wedding party introduced.
    "Papa Don't Preach" for the father of the bride dance.
    "It’s Raining Men" for the father of the groom dance.
    Star Trek the Original Series fight music for the cutting of the cake.
    YMCA
    Anything by Weird Al
    Rent the Wedding Singer. Any song from that movie.

    And if you must play country music there can only be one…
    "If my nose was running money honey I’d blow it all on you… but its snot"

    By Blogger Keith, at 12:12 AM  

  • Seriously I have seen the following done very nicely...

    If I Close My Eyes Forever (Ozzy and Lita Ford)
    Theme Song from Beauty and the Best (Disney Movie)
    All I Ask of You (Phantom of the Opera)
    Nothing Compares To You (Sinead O’Connor)
    I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You (Elvis Presley)
    Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)
    Everything I Do (Bryan Adams)
    Unchained Melody (Righteous Brothers)
    Glory of Love (Peter Cetera)
    Groovy Kind of Love (Phil Collins)
    Kiss From a Rose (Seal)

    Here is one that might fit nicely with the nickname that preceded "Future Wife"

    You Are My Lady (Freddie Jackson)

    OK I really need to stop here. This is proof positive that I clearly haven't had my manhood slammed in a door enough by the opposite sex...

    That or it shows I haven't allowed bitterness, I mean reality, to sink in yet.

    Preemptive Response to Expected Replies…
    ME = NOT GAY!!!!

    By Blogger Keith, at 12:53 AM  

  • Joe and Keith's (first) comments:

    That's what I'm talking about. My favorite is, I think, "Punchbowl Stab Machine".

    By Blogger Bobcat, at 1:06 AM  

  • One more to go with the old nickname. I hate to suggest something country, but at least it is old school.

    Lady (Kenny Rogers)

    Try and forget all the plastic surgery he had. They song is still good.

    By Blogger Keith, at 1:08 AM  

  • One other cool thing I just remembered.

    Remeber the song "I Get Knocked Down (Tubthumping)" by Chumbawamba?

    If you listen to the underlying trumpet solo toward the end you can pick out a traditional wedding march. I thought it was very cool back in 1997, the year or 11 weddings.

    By Blogger Keith, at 1:21 AM  

  • I think the Benny Hill theme song would cap the night off nicely.

    By Blogger Nice One, Dipshit, at 10:53 PM  

  • ...And of course, 'Informer', by Snow.

    By Blogger Professor Mouth, at 11:08 PM  

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    By Blogger Professor Mouth, at 11:09 PM  

  • "Love the One You're With" (CS & N) would be nice.

    Along with Keith's first set of suggestions, I might add "You're the Reason Our Kids are Ugly" and "I Still Miss You Honey (But My Aim is Getting Better)."

    Los Lobos's "Little King of Everything" was going to be played at my wedding, but the dj got into the gin before he was supposed to.

    -kurt

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:40 AM  

  • Probably "It Wasn't Me" rather than "Informer", right?

    Although I think the Benny Hill suggestion is usable.

    By Anonymous Lady, at 5:34 PM  

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