5 Songs You Should Totally Skip at Your Wedding!

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Did you know that most couples pick the same songs for their wedding that are played at every other wedding? This leads to monotony among guests and frustration among couples. I mean, you’ve probably spent a lot of time in planning the wedding, your first dance, the menu and what not, and the last thing that should ruin the mood is your reception music.

Here are a few examples:

5 songs you should definitely skip at your wedding

"Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke

The song is peppy and lively. However, it is until you realize that the song, at some level, promotes unhealthy culture of desperation and forced sex. Don’t feel it? Listen to the lyrics carefully and try to decipher the emotion of the song line by line.


“Every Breath You Take" by the Police

The music is lovely, but if you listen to the mood and the lyrics of the song closely, it is creepy. The singer is talking about watching you as you breath, move, walk and everything else that you are going to do on your wedding night. You do not need a stalker singing his heart out on your wedding.


"The Scientist" by Coldplay

It goes like this: "Nobody said it was easy. It's such a shame for us to part. Nobody said it was easy. No one ever said it would be this hard. Oh, take me back to the start." Are you sure you want to have a breakup song playing at your wedding?


"White Wedding" by Billy Idol

Although the title of the song has the word wedding in it, it is anything but about a happy wedding. The singer is pouring his heart out as his ex-girlfriend gets married. This is definitely not a suitable song for your wedding!


"My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion

I don’t hate this song. In fact, no one has the heart to hate this song. It is lovely, amazing, emotional, and Celine’s voice is pure gold. It has everything to be a perfect love song but it reminds everyone of a drowning Jack and the story of Rose’s lost love. We’ll never let go, Jack, but definitely let it go from the wedding song lineup.


What songs would you skip? Sound off in the Comments!

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