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yamille

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Hi everyone,

 

I used to be a singer and I don't do it anymore. I do it for fun around the house and FI loves to hear me sing. Anyway, I am planning on surprising him with a song during our reception. I am drawing a blank on what to sing. I would love to hear any and all suggestions.

 

Songs that I have already sung at other people's weddings that I don't want to sing:

At last- etta james

Come away with me- norah jones

They can't take that away from me- Ella fitzgerald

A bunch of Celine Dion stuff

 

Thanks guys!

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Betsey I actually really love that song. I hadn't heard it in ages.. hmm

 

Danielle I am so blank. Honestly he goes crazy when I sing anything but usually what I sing around the house is musical theatre stuff or random songs that I am making fun of. Yeah we don't have a song.. like an "our song" kind of song.

I looked up on google greatest love songs and some of them are really funny. It's really dated list but possibly a patsy cline song.

 

I'm trying to stay away from the you broke my heart ones. haha

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Yamille - have you looked at any of the threads where ppl post their first dance songs? Maybe one of those will inspire you.

 

I'm biased but i like Bob Marley Is This Love (its our first dance). Another one I like is Amazed by Lonestar but it could be kinda cheesy, but i have to say my MOH had her friend sing it at her wedding and it was really nice

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Yeah patsy songs are broken heart. I'm still brainstorming... so if anyone out there has ideas I would love em.

 

Yael- good tip on looking at 1st dance songs. Thanks! I listened to Amazed cause I didnt know it. I can see that being a nice song with a woman singing it too but I don't think it's right for us.

Thanks girls.

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