Wedding Songs 2010
The best wedding songs of 2010 include some of the best new romantic songs, as well as just the best all-around songs from other eras. In the end, of course, you simply want the best possible music at the wedding.
- "Hey Soul Sister" -- Train. This is a sweet, light reggae song. It's the sort of song that makes everybody smile. You certainly want to make people smile because some—particularly the participants—may be too nervous to remember to smile.
- "You and Me" -- Lifehouse. This song is especially meant for the happy couple. For them, it's just those two, plus everybody else that shows up. But when all's said and done, it all depends on those two.
- "Forever " -- Chris Brown. "Forever" is a word you hear at a lot of weddings. This is because it's the hope and dream of every husband and wife that a marriage last forever. It's simply a song of hope.
- "Giving Myself" -- Jennifer Hudson. A big part of any wedding is a person giving himself or herself away to their mate. That's a big step. This song expresses that big step well.
- "At Last" -- Etta James. You may want a song that acts as one, big sigh of relief. This old Etta James song does exactly that. Maybe you should move this one near the end of the reception, come to think of it.
- "I Wanna Be Your Everything" -- Vanessa Amorosi. Wanting to be another's everything is a big wish. Nevertheless, weddings are all about making big wishes. So why not wish as big as you can?
- "Like Only a Woman" -- Brian McFadden. By showing how special women are, any guy can earn big points at the wedding -- and thereafter. Go ahead and get started on earning those points now.
- "Use Somebody" -- Kings of Leon. People were not meant to live alone. Everybody can use somebody. This song is a great reminder of that truth.
- "When Love Takes Over" -- Kelly Rowland. Indeed, if you're standing at the altar, love has taken over. This song spells out what you already know in your heart. It's fitting for any wedding.
Posted on: Apr. 13, 2011