What song was or do you want to be your first dance at your wedding?
From Just Carry On by Karel Gott to Baby I’m Yours by the Arctic Monkeys, here are the 8 answers to the question, “What song was or do you want to be your first dance at your wedding?”
- Just Carry On by Karel Gott
- Fly Me to the Moon by Frank Sinatra
- Float On by Modest Mouse
- More by Sam Ryder
- Endless Love by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross
- Harvest Moon by Neil Young
- Hungry Eyes by Eric Carmen
- Baby I’m Yours by the Arctic Monkeys
Just Carry On by Karel Gott
When it comes to the song I want to be my first dance at my wedding, there’s no other choice but Czech singer Karel Gott’s “Just Carry On”.
This classic Czech love song holds a special place in my heart. Every time I hear it, I am taken back to times spent with close friends and family in the Czech Republic, dancing away until the early hours of the morning.
Not only does this beautiful melody bring back fond memories for me, but also connection with Czech culture and our unique heritage. When planning our special day, there is no other track that could mean more to me.
Fly Me to the Moon by Frank Sinatra
I chose Fly Me to the Moon, because it’s classic and timeless, well-known, and loved by all my family. It was familiar to most of my guests, so some of them joined in and sing along.
This song has a romantic and sentimental quality, which for me was a must for a first dance song. The lyrics, which talk about the desire to be with someone forever and to go to the moon and back for them, are a perfect expression of the love and commitment that we were celebrating on our wedding day.
Also, Fly Me to the Moon has this smooth and elegant melody, so it created a romantic and intimate atmosphere.
Float On by Modest Mouse
Went to a wedding a long time ago and heard the version of this song and can’t even remember what was happening throughout the wedding for those 2 minutes. My ears were connected to the version of this song sung by Ben Lee. The original version of Float On by Modest Mouse is fantastic but a bit too hard for me for a wedding which is where Ben’s version literally floats.
He strips the song back to an acoustic version that takes the words of Modest Mouse and makes it a perfect song to dance around a wedding floor. The words are such a perfect piece to a wedding, “we’ll float on good news is on the way”. I request it at every wedding I’m at and would happily dance at my own wedding one day to Ben Lee – Float On.
More by Sam Ryder
We wanted our first dance to be foxtrot because it’s really romantic and elegant. It’s also relatively easy to learn, which was important to us since we are not the greatest dancers.There are a lot of foxtrot classics for weddings, like ‘Fly me to the moon’ by Frank Sinatra, but we wanted something different. Something that’s not overdone. Then I stumbled upon Sam Ryder ‘More’, and we knew that that was the one. I’m still getting chills every time I hear it playing.
Endless Love by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross
My first dance at my wedding would be “Endless Love” by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross. The lyrics perfectly express the deep feelings of love, commitment, and devotion that I have for my partner. It’s a timeless classic that never gets old, and it reminds me of so many special moments in our relationship — from the early days of falling in love, to the present day. Even after all these years, I still get butterflies when I hear this song, and it feels like a perfect way to start our wedding celebration! Plus, it’s just a great song to dance to! It has a beautiful melody and an unforgettable chorus that will be sure to get everyone out on the dance floor.
Harvest Moon by Neil Young
After watching the movie, A Quiet Place, my partner and I knew that this song would be the perfect choice for our first dance. The lyrics speak to us on a personal level as we are in similar stages of life and are both looking for an opportunity to make our dreams come true.
The melody is so soothing and romantic, it’s impossible not to feel the love that surrounds us when this song plays. It’s a timeless classic, and it was an iconic moment for our wedding! Additionally, the song symbolizes a new beginning and adventure for our life together. This makes it all the more special and meaningful to us.
Hungry Eyes by Eric Carmen
“Hungry eyes” by Eric Carmen [“Dirty dancing” soundtrack]. The song is a full package – emotional lyrics, great melody, and positive associations with the movie. There’s love, romance, and passion.
What’s more, both I and my husband are fans of “Dirty dancing”. We’ve watched it together dozens of times so the song in question was a simple choice. Dancing to “Hungry eyes” gave us a thrill, it was a beautiful moment. We cherish this memory.
Baby I’m Yours by the Arctic Monkeys
My first dance as a married couple was to the song ‘Baby I’m Yours’ by the Arctic Monkeys. It was such a special moment for us, and it really felt like the perfect song to tie in with our wedding day. The lyrics of this song express how much we love each other and that no matter what happens, we will always be there for one another.
We chose this particular track because it captures so much of what marriage is all about: unconditional love, trust and commitment. It also had an upbeat tempo which made everyone want to get up on the dance floor! We wanted our guests to join us in celebrating our union, so having a catchy tune that people could sing along to seemed like the ideal choice. Everyone had such an amazing time dancing together, with some even taking their shoes off just to have more fun!
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