Can you settle for a partner who’d tell you that 90s is NOT the best decade for music? What better way to solidify that commitment than organizing a wedding around its sound? Here are 15 tracks from the period that are perfect for the ceremony.
I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing by Aerosmith
Now that we’re all grown up, I’m sure we prefer closing our eyes and taking some sleep. But for the sucker for romance, it seems like a great gesture. After all, giving up this luxury is an action you’ll definitely regret the morning after.
I Swear by All-4-One
If you think about it, what does swearing by the moon and the stars in the sky really mean? Or even more so, the shadow that’s by your side? I guess promising on everything there is in this world is what made it grand (and ridiculous?)
Every Time I Close My Eyes by Babyface
Your wedding day and the honeymoon period will likely be you at your most grateful. You even go around thanking God and all possible religious beings. Hold on to the feeling as there will be lots of days you’d want to pinch yourself, hoping all the shit is not real.
Back at One by Brian McKnight
Four is about repeating steps one through three. How can we ever get to five? In any case, if ever you believe the work is done, then you start back at one.
I Love You Always Forever by Donna Lewis
Maybe it’s the sweet and innocent voice that had you deceived. But had these words been uttered by someone else, it would’ve sounded creepy instead of romantic. We know better but let’s believe in forever… temporarily.
All My Life by K-Ci and JoJo
The only weird part you’d have to ignore is the incest vibe that reeks from this song. I mean, you’re close to me like my mother, or father, or brother, or sister? Hmmm, no thanks.
Lost in Space by The Lighthouse Family
This song can be about God, your significant other or even a friend. And I guess that is the magic of love and how divine it becomes. Honestly though, even with someone so perfect, you’d probably get lost in space.
Amazed by Lonestar
Hopeless romantics are not confined to pop music as country music has its fair share. And since love is universal, the best ones tend to crossover. Your call if they are equally ignorant.
Angel of Mine by Monica
We all need angels in our lives. But don’t we prefer devils under the sheets? Kidding aside, your special day might feel like heaven and that’s okay because hell awaits.
I’ll Stand By You by The Pretenders
You won’t let anyone hurt him/her. But does this list include you? After all, we tend to hurt the ones we love the most.
She’s the One by Robbie Williams
“The one” is a concept you’d revisit numerous times in your life. If you’re getting married, especially in a country without divorce, you better wish you have the wisdom to properly discern “the one”. Otherwise, “the one” might just end up being “the one that got away”
Truly, Madly, Deeply by Savage Garden
Love is not the only thing ideal about the track. So are the prospects of standing on a mountain, bathing in the sea and laying like this forever. How many of us have the money and the time?
From This Moment on by Shania Twain
Just as tricky as finding the one is finding the moment. At what point do you tie yourself to a commitment that has no expiration date? And is that moment really contingent on vowing before an institution?
Kiss Me by Sixpence None the Richer
Kisses are depicted as romantic. But a lot of them are messy and the passionate ones involve tongue action. I guess projecting the least occurring is the favored approach.
Cupid by 112
Once you get butterflies in your stomach before the big day, that means you’re beginning to think. Having doubts and checking if your senses are still intact should prepare you for the craziest decision of your life. Do any of your musings make a difference if you’re being wooed with a song as tender and as affectionate as this one?