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A song for a 'family' dance

Posted by luvmytbear (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 13, 06 at 1:36

This is my second wedding and my fiance's first. After our first dance, my fiance and I want do a dance including my three kids, ages 10, 5, and 3. I will dance with my son and he is going to dance with my daughters, who are the youngest two. It'll be sort of a "family dance".

We are totally stumped as to a good song to do this to. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thank you in advance!

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RE: A song for a 'family' dance

There is an older song called "We are Family." You can find a version of it at The song is actually played quite often at weddings.

RE: A song for a 'family' dance

That was the first one I thought of, too. It's great for dancing, especially for what I think you are picturing.

RE: A song for a 'family' dance

why not consider something different like....

child of mine - carole king
just the way you are - billy joel
james taylor - how sweet it is (to be loved by you)
the greatest love of all - whitney
i have to say i love you in a song - jim croce
what a wonderful world - louis armstrong
the wonder of you - elvis
you decorated my life - kenny rodgers
you are the sunshine of my life - stevie wonder
i'll stand by you - the pretenders

when are you getting married? and congrats :)

RE: A song for a 'family' dance

Wow! You all have FANTASTIC suggestions!! Now the hard part is deciding. Thank you so much for your help!

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