Thursday, January 22, 2009

Dancing at the reception

Lars is getting married in a month. Lars informed me we need to pick a song he and I can dance to at the reception. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions. :)
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Jackie Russell said...

How about this one?

The man You've become - Molly Pasutti

Big wheels, hot wheels
Little trucks and cars
Skinned knees, climbing trees
Wishing on the stars
Moments may be lost somewhere in time
But the sweetest memories are never left behind
Now you’ve grown so fine
And come so far…

I’m so proud of who you are
The man you’ve become
Thrilled to share your deepest joy
To know you’ve found the one
For the great things you will do
I’ll be blessed ‘cause you’re my son
But I’ll always see the boy
In the man you’ve become

School days, sleep-aways
Driving all alone
Phone calls, shopping malls
Late coming home
It was hard to know when to let you spread your wings
When to let you got to face the challenges life brings
But you’ve grown so fine
And come so far…


Jen said...

"Because you loved me," "Have I Told you Lately," "In My Life," "Unforgetable," "What a Wonderful World," "You are the Sunshine of my life..."

There are a bunch of suggestions on and other wedding websites. You might want to check them out. "Have I Told you Lately" was my husband and my mother-in-law's song that they danced to.

Melody said...

My suggestion: Boogie Shoes

Roberta said...

My son got married last September and I really liked the song Jackie mentioned but then I thought it might be a bit corny even though it made me cry. It's a great song but I'm not so sure about dancing to it. We ended up dancing to 'I hope you dance' by Lee Ann Womack. It was very nice!

Hello, My Friend! said...

We choose Wonderful World for the bride/father, groom/mother dance at our wedding.

Emily said...

Sorry I have no suggestions but I just had to say--look at how cute you two are! xo

Cheezdoodle said...

If I Could sung by either Ray Charles or Gladys Knight. I don't like the other versions by Celine Dion, and that other lady that sounds like Patty Labelle.

KQ Sue said...

My DS picked "MaMa: by Boys to Men.
I still cry when ever I hear it 10 years later.

Barbra said...

I chose What a Wonderful World by Louie Armstrong. I love that song.

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