Frankly, I’m annoyed by all these do not play lists. Here are some thoughts on 5 Do Not Play Wedding Songs. And if you think that other people should tell you what to play and what not play. Here’s some help.
5 Do Not Play Wedding Songs
Find any list of the 20, to 57, to 101 Do Not Play songs and you’ll see a whole lot of songs you might consider. If it weren’t for current trends.
So if you have your tongue clearly planted in cheek, play on.
If not here are some choices:
1. My Heart Will Go On
Don’t play this one on a boat.
2. Chicken Dance
Nothing clears a wedding dance floor quite like the first few bars of the “Chicken Dance.” Or does it?True, some families get together for this one. Who are we to argue?
3. Electric Slide
Few line dances at all are played at weddings these days. This one in certain circles is so old school it’s coming back.
4. I Will Survive
Of course she should have changed her locks. But if you have survived health challenges, life challenges, or a break up then you deserve to sing this at the top of your lungs.
5. I Will Always Love You
In the movie Kevin Costner takes a bullet for Whitney Houston. He survives (see #4). But they don’t stay together. They do have a rather passionate goodbye kiss at the end though.
Others to consider
Some people choose to ban the music of complete artists.
And supposedly “Love Shack” isn’t that popular.
But there are alot of songs on these popular Do Not Play lists that are total staples for some people.
So give us a break you snarky wedding industry experts.
More song choices?