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Mark Boody Illusionist
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My wife has been away for a few days & I'm missing her! We will celebrate 24 years of marriage next month and this thought just came into my head while practicing and listening to the radio.

So chime in with the song & artist.

Here's mine: "Angel Eyes" Jeff Healey Band.

Here's the song/video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kag0TsZzxpw

Mark
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Congratulations on 24 years, Mark!

My wedding song was Mozart's March of the Priests from his opera The Magic Flute.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38SifUUyUaY
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Arthur

Definately a "classic" LOL
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"Another One Bites The Dust"
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Good one, Mindpro ... that's funny!
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Congratulations Mark. We just made 25 years a couple of months ago.

What a Wonderful World. Louis Armstrong. (We wanted Don't Worry, Be Happy but were talked out of it.)
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.--Yeats
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"'Til There was You," from The Music Man.
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I remember it well. We didn't have a song and when we danced she asked the the DJ for David Essex and we got this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJmc1SCflEs
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"The first time I ever saw your face" by Roberta Flack.
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

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We have a list.
"Love Song" by the Cure is going to be the main one.
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(I've got you) Under My Skin.

Any melody that wasn't a waltz was always going to be outside the norm in Paraguay. (On a side note, while living in South America, it was very refreshing and almost humbling to see how people dance together - not individually. If you are dancing, you are generally in contact in some way with another person. Dancing is for the joy, not for showing off moves.) Anyway, we couldn't dance a step between us, so we took some lessons and built a routine for the song. We wanted to dance Foxtrot, but no-one had ever heard of it, so it was a massacred waltz step! Looking back, while I enjoyed it, the video would suggest otherwise - too much concentration, it looked like torture!
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The band at our reception relinquished their instruments to my band to play Dylan's "Forever Young" for us. Then my drummer said, "You two get up here and take your place," and we did Muddy's "The Blues Had A Baby, And They Named It Rock & Roll." I would have never asked another band to do that but they knew us and we tipped them $100 for it.

Don't remember the ceremony (31 years ago) and barely remember the ex-wife. But it was a great party.

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For my second marriage, which only lasted six weeks, I should have chosen "Helter Skelter."
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On our wedding video we have 3 songs that were put over the various scenes from the wedding and reception. Can't remember one, but 2 of them are

- "I'll Be Seeing You" - Mario Lanza

- "Can't Help Falling in Love" - Elvis

I think the 3rd one was a Beatles song, but can't remember which it is.
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Congratulations Mark.

First marriage lasted a year, didn't have a song.

Now, I'm going on 42 years of being married, didn't have a song there either,



But I do remember my son's main wedding song being: I Swear by John Michael Montgomery.
I think about it every time I hear the song.

I can see where a wedding song is a lifetime memory for most.

Tom
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There was no music at my first wedding or the wake... I mean reception.
Scheduled to get married to the right one this coming up October.
I like this cover of our song too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5bpYECjPJ4
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On 2014-01-18 21:53, TomBoleware wrote:
Congratulations Mark.

First marriage lasted a year, didn't have a song.

Now, I'm going on 42 years of being married, didn't have a song there either,



But I do remember my son's main wedding song being: I Swear by John Michael Montgomery.
I think about it every time I hear the song.

I can see where a wedding song is a lifetime memory for most.

Tom

Congrats on a successful second one Tom. I'm still on my first, going on 42 years in July of this year. I doubt there will be a second one at this point. Smile
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On 2014-01-18 14:57, Cliffg37 wrote:
Stevie Wonder... I just called to say I love you


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ECyX8A3iP0
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On 2014-01-18 16:45, mastermindreader wrote:
"'Til There was You," from The Music Man.

Not the Beatles' cover?
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