Who does "Love Potion #9"?
The traditional first dance of the newly-wed couple is a waltz. However, if you think a waltz 'is not really you', then there are plenty other possibilities. An extensive list of waltzes and other appropriately romantic songs can be found at
These people sell a video about the "wedding waltz" http://www.webcom.com/dance/libreros.html . I havent' seen it.
The Father/Daughter dance
A Kiss To Build A Dream On by Louis Armstrong
Can You Feel The Love by Elton John, from The Lion King
Childhood by Proclaimers
Daddy's Hands by Holly Dunn / Judds
Father's Eyes by Amy Grant
Hero by Mariah Carey
House On Pooh Corner by Kenny Loggins and Messina
I Love To See You Smile If I Could write A Song (As Beautiful As You) by Billy Craddock
Isn't She Lovely by Stevie Wonder
It's Impossible by Perry Como
Moonlight Serenade by Glenn Miller
More by Andy Williams
My Dad by Paul Peterson
My girl by the Temptations
My Heart Belongs To Daddy by Cole Porter
Our Love Is Here To Stay by Michael Feinstein
Sentimental Journey She Thinks I Could rope The Moon by John Michael Montgomery
Sunrise, Sunset from Fiddler On The Roof
Sunshine Of My Live by Stevie Wonder
Thanks Again by Ricky Skaggs
Through the Years by Kenny Rogers
To Sir With Love by Lulu
True Love Ways by Buddy Holly
Turn Around (You're A Young girl) by Harry Belafonte, Nanci Griffith
Unforgettable by Natalie Cole & Nat King Cole
What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong, Sam Cooke
Wind Beneath My Wings by Bette Midler
Daddy's Little Girl by Kippy Brannon
The Man I Never Knew by Reba
Many A Mile by Colin Raye
Where The Children Have Gone by John Anderson
I Will Be Here by Steven Curtis Chapman
Hope I got them all. Thanks again everybody. Dottie (LI,NY)
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