Favored Wedding Songs and Why You Must Not Prefer Them

By Susan Todd

When you are selecting wedding songs, you need to make certain that you check the words. At first impression, the title could be familiar and the tune is wonderful , but the lyrics may not be exactly what you need to dance to. The next thing you may want to look into is the premises of the song. While all up to this point may appear great, understanding why the song was written may alter your mind about it.

Three songs that are plausibly suitable, but when digging a touch deeper may really not, are "Perfect Day", "Every Breath You Take", and "On Bended Knee". Learn the reasons why you shouldn't choose these songs for your wedding day.

Perfect Day by Lou Reeds

Perfect Day has a nice tune and speed and seemingly suitable lyrics at first impression. But when you dig into the premises of this song, a lot of folks think it is about Lou Reed's drug dependence. The last line of the song also just kind of ruins the entire thing: "you're going to reap just what you sow".

Every Breath You Take by the Police

Every Breath You Take by the Police also looks like a nice song for a wedding. But if you investigate around, you will find that the majority think this song is about Sting's breakup with his first wife. Breaking up isn't the sentiment you may want on your wedding day, obviously.

On Bended Knee by Boys II Men

While this song could appear like a good one at first, it's really about a guy pleading his fiance to go back to him. Again, this is not a message that should be played on your wedding day.

If you know of more seemingly good wedding songs that just are not for whatever reason, leave a comment and we'll add to the list!

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