Chances are you’re going to a wedding this summer.
And chances are if you go to a wedding this summer you’re going to hear one, two, or 21 of these songs.
Between the ceremony, the reception, and the dance, something about these tracks just seems to make people want to play them when they’re in the middle of declaring their love for one another in front of everyone they know.
But hey, cliches are cliches for a reason – they work.
So you keep doing you, and we’ll see you on the dance floor (drink in hand) no matter what you play.
Fine, it’s catchy as hell. But what more does this guy have to do for you to realize that his music does not belong anywhere near the love of two people.
No, no. Playing this during your bouquet toss is TOTALLY original…
The video stars his real life wife for crying out loud. This one can simply not be avoided.
We’re fine with this being played at every wedding ever.
If you replace ‘seventy’ with ‘seventeen’ this song gets a whole lot creepier.
You’ll only if your friends have class. So if you don’t hear it, you’ve been warned.
How old is your soul? Too old for this song, Jason.
Oh hell ya. We’ll take this midnight train goin’ anywhere every single time.
In case you were too drunk to notice, you’re currently at a Calgary wedding.
When you’re not a good public speaker and you need your boys to break it down for you.
It’s a metaphor. Get it? Like, you’re home to each other now. You are a literal housing unit.
“Give me a second I, I need to get my story straight” is a great opening line for a wedding dance.
Wise men say…everyone will play this song.
Let’s see if he’s still singing that tune in 10 years. KIDDING.
It’s fun to sh*t on the bride’s father. Seriously, give it a go. He’ll love it.
Anyone who says it’s not okay to play this at every wedding should be asked to leave. Immediately.
You’ll hear this one when the DJ is floundering and needs to get people on the dance floor asap. At least one person (probably a single guy) will know the entire choreographed dance.
No, they’re not going to walk into your wedding. And no, it wouldn’t be awesome if they did.
This song will never get old. But playing it in front of a 150 people will.
A modern wedding deserves a modern love story.