Post # 1
I’m looking for some help with our first dance song. I’d love some suggestions! My fiance and I have been dating for 5 years, but have been best friends for 12 years. I don’t mean for that to sound like a cheesey expression, we were actually really best friends before we ever started dating! We met in high school and have been inseparable ever since. I’d love to find a song that represents the friendship we had that turned into something so special, but I’m having a hard time finding one. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Post # 2
Are there any songs that have meant something special to you in your relationship? Our first dance song wasn’t a cheesy song that we had our first-ever dance to, but a song that DH once sent me on youtube that reminded him of me.
Post # 3
My fiance and I are high school sweethearts as well! Not sure how you feel about country but what about Don’t Blink by Kenny Chesney
Just like that you’re six years old and you take a nap and you
Wake up and you’re twenty-five and your high school sweetheart becomes your wife”
Post # 4
Hey OP! My bf (hopefully soon to be FI) and I are also friends going back to high school! We’ve known each other over 15 years, were best friends long ago, dated casually, and then ultimately came back to one another after life took us separate ways for awhile. 🙂
One song I love that is on point here is called, “I Could Write a Book,” sung by Frank Sinatra. Ray Charles and Harry Connick, Jr have also done this song. It basically talks about writing a book about the singer’s love story and how the book would tell people “How to make two lovers of friends.”
I also like “It Had to be You,” also a Sinatra song. 🙂
Post # 5
How about Queen – You’re My Best Friend ?
Post # 6
My parent’s song coincidentally was the same as my grandparent’s without them even knowing, so romantic…
Chances Are by: Johnny Mathis
Post # 7
I tried to find a song from our high school years because I thought that’d be sweet, but we were in high school in the early thousands which didn’t exactly have the most meaningful music =)
Post # 8
I actually just started getting into country! I really like Thomas Rhett’s “Die a Happy Man,” and he likes “Alright” by Darius Rucker. What are your thoughts on those?