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Lyrics Look – Wedding Tracks

June is a very popular month for weddings so in this month’s Lyrics Look, the Guitar Train will look at wedding songs. The only part of her wedding that Quirky T has pre-planned are the songs. I have a long list of songs that can and cannot be played at my wedding. I will not have any sappy songs played. I’m flexible about silly songs like “The Chicken Dance” and “The Electric Slide” if those songs make the guests happy and encourage them to dance.

Duets II
For the song played when the newly married couple dances together for the first time as husband and wife, I love the Frank Sinatra song, “The Best is Yet to Come”. I actually prefer the “Duets II” version with Jon Secada.

The song symbolizes what marriage should be – the best should be yet to come. The wedding day shouldn’t be the focus and priority; a long, loving marriage should be the focus. This is a romantic song that sets the right tone for the rest of the newlyweds’ life together. Everything came together when they got together and the best is yet to come.

Married Guitar Train passengers, what was your wedding song and why?

Single Guitar Train passengers, any thoughts about your future wedding song?


Guitar Train passengers, make sure you hop aboard the Guitar Train next month as Quirky T focuses on her favorite musical instrument, the guitar.

All Guitar Train passengers should keep in mind that anything posted on the Guitar Train blog must NOT contain profanity or ethnic, racial, gender, or physical insensitivity. Anyone who violates this will have to disembark at the next stop on the Guitar Train and will not be allowed back on the train.



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