(Closed) Do NOT Play List…What's on yours?

posted 6 years ago in Music
Post # 61
784 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

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SaraJeanQ:  Seriously? At this point, you just look crazy. So many more important things out there to argue yet you keep writing all these long posts about why I am wrong on a DJ, of all things. 


Post # 62
11517 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

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pinkorblue:  we had a generic ‘anything with dance directions’ on the DNP, a couple random songs that remind me of High School boyfriends, Patio Lanterns by Kim Mitchell (I HATE that song and everyone knows it so someone would have requested it just to be funny).

We also had to change the rules part way through so that if one of the 2 kids there (my half brother and our Nephew) requested a song it was to be played (Even if it was on the DNP list), apparently the DJ told my brother he wasn’t allowed to play the chicken dance and my brother was kind of upset (he’s 7) so I told the DJ to play anything they asked for (except Patio Lanterns)

Post # 65
586 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Watermelon crawl. And all the follow along dances that have been listed in this thread. Also no crazy rap with really demeaning lyrics about hoes and tricks and dolla dolla billz yo. — NO all about that bass. Ugh. Hate that song. 

Post # 66
2382 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: NJ

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SisterJude:  That is so funny about the Green Day song, that most people know as Time Of Your Life! The actual title is Good Riddance, and a guy wrote it when he broke up with his girlfriend.

Two songs everybody loves, that I hate are the Lady In Red, and Wonderful Tonight. Also, I hate when the DJ plays We Are Family, and a bunch of people huddle and bounce. It looks so stupid.

Post # 67
261 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

I’m okay with line dances. Everyone I know loves them and it’s one of the few things I’d get my mother to dance to. Plus it’s entertaining to watch my drunken family try to do them.

I WISH I could say no country but my fiancé IS a country boy. It’s all him, his family and friends listen to. In my opinion it’s not good dancing music. It’s decent background music at best. I will tell the DJ though that I do NOT want country to dominate the night even a little bit. It will not hold any majority.

Post # 68
149 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2015 - Barn Restaurant

following to use all these suggestions on mine!!! these are exactly what I dont want!! 

Post # 69
507 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015 - Our church and then at The Garden Room for the reception

No Chicken Dance, no gangsta rap, no heavy metal or much hard rock or anything with deragatory lyrics or language that would freak out grandparents lol…

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sealevels:  haha I am planning to request that song, as well. It’s a joke between a friend and I, and I figure it’s one of the songs that will hopefully get her up on the dance floor. 🙂

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