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I was appointed to make a play list for my brother's homecoming ceremony as I'm the family musician,lol. Please recommend me the best music/songs that you could ever think of which suits a wedding. Don't throw Behemoth like songs at me, 'cos you know it has to be romantic.

Thanks.
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Eric Clapton - Wonderful Tonight

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Opeth - Burden, to remind them how burdensome their marriage is going to be.
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#6
The Missing Wife - by Showbread

Just don't tell them the title of it, its very beautiful though.
#7
That's All - various artists
Wonderful tonight - Eric Clapton
Something - Beatles
Everlong (Acoustic) - Foo Fighters
#8
Try some Henry Purcell, and Johann Pachelbel. Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel is very common, and Henry Purcell writes quite a bit of wedding music. If you want to use some classical music.
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Right Here In My Arms - H.I.M.
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Never Gonna Give You Up - Rick Astley


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Wedding March.



dont be silly
its all about the imperial march/ funeral march.
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dont be silly
its all about the imperial march/ funeral march.


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#17
Joe Satriani - Always with me, Always with you
Muse - Starlight (if you think you could pull off the vocals)
John Petrucci - Glasgow Kiss
Jerry C - Canon Rock
Jason Becker - Altitudes
#18
Pretty much anything from American Pie 3: The Wedding [Laid, Hell Song]


But honestly, check out Bryan Adams... I did that once actually and it worked [Everything I Do, Summer of 69, Straight From The Heart]
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#19
It's funny how people are mostly suggesting songs from their favourite artists.


Just use lots of classical music or something. Make sure you play the bride and groom's favourite songs too.
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Obligatory "I Cum Blood"
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#21
Play Lollipop...just for laughs. XD
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#24
You could always go for some mood music.

I also suggest some vai, maybe light of the moon or for the love of god.
Spock's beard would also be nice.
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you can never go wrong with jazz though so there's always that.

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#26
Thanks everyone, I'm gonna look into every song that you gave.
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But honestly, check out Bryan Adams... I did that once actually and it worked [Everything I Do, Summer of 69, Straight From The Heart]


Yep, Bryan Adams is a good choice when it comes to wedding music. I thought that too.