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Best Wedding Songs by Genre
50. "You and Me Song" by The Wannadies
Wedding after wedding, there are some tunes that always make the final cut. From party anthems to rock ballads, oldies to country classics , these perennial favorites are guaranteed to get people out on the dance floor. Whether you're making your own playlist or working with a DJ , there are certain songs that are essential for your reception.
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Whether it was the tune you and everyone else that year twirled to with your new spouse during your first dance or the pump-up jam your DJ blasted to get everyone on the dance floor, find out what song definitely got played at your wedding. Stevie Wonder's hit is still a wedding classic today and for good reason — the words are spot on and the beat is impossible to resist. Al Green's smooth voice was heard at every wedding this year and the "I want to spend my life with you" lyrics made it one of the most popular first dance tunes. This tune about a dance called "Crocodile Dance" by Elton John was particularly catchy and common at weddings in the '70s. You couldn't find a wedding where guests didn't sing along to this Lynyrd Skynyrd's classic rock song in ' No one could resist doing Van McCoy's disco dance move when it came on at just about every wedding this year. Every wedding needs at least one song that's dedicated to your girlfriends and ABBA delivered exactly that back in the '70s. This Bee Gees ballad was part of the soundtrack for Saturday Night Fever — as well as just about every wedding playlist that year. There's something about the way Eric Clapton sings this song that makes every girl in the room think he's singing directly to them — and who doesn't want to feel that memorable during their wedding? Upbeat, catchy, and easy lyrics to remember makes this The Romantics song a wedding band's dream come true.