Post # 1
This is a super old song but I was just listening to some old love songs and this one started playing. I was actually going to skip it thinking it’s too over played and cliché..
BUT, I decided to listen to it and hearing it for the first time in a VERY long time, it was thte ONLY song that gave me goosebumps and immediately I started envisioning playing it somewhere at the wedding as a highlight..
Would it be ok for the Bride’s walking down the aisle song or perhaps for the first dance and have the lights dimmed before the start?
Post # 3
Dude! Definitely! There are a reason the classics are still popular! 🙂
Post # 4
This is our first dance song!! It gives me chills too. It’s been my favorite song ever since I was a kid after watching Ghost (what was wrong with my mother?! totally not appropriate). I love it!!!!
Post # 5
I agree, it’s classic for a reason. Yeah, for a while it was getting overplayed but you know what? It’s a beautiful, beautiful song. Go for it. What matters is how it makes YOU feel.
Post # 6
This was my favourite love song as a teenager. I still really love it, but I totally overplayed it. I love the idea of using it in a wedding, its such a gorgeous song!
Post # 7
Oh my gosh I love love LOVE this song! It gives me chills! Even just the instrumental version is amazing. It’s a beautiful song.
Post # 8
Now that I’ve heard it again I can’t believe it wasn’t one of the first songs that came to mind when thinking of the wedding playlist! Wow, it truly is a classic and I think even though it was once overplayed, it will always give you those chills! And bacause it’s so old lots of people don’t really think of it so it will be a nostalgic and beautifl moment for everyone when it suddenly starts to play!
Post # 9
That’s my parents’ wedding song! I looooove it! I had it played at our wedding for my parents to dance to!
Post # 10
Another I heard again in a long time was “When a man loves a woman”. Definitely going to get that in somewhere too!