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Everyone knows about the Father-Daughter dance, but these days the Mother-Son dance is becoming an equally prevalent item at wedding receptions. It’sThe This event usually takes place after the First Dance, sometimes combined with the Father-Daughter dance.

Here are some of the most popular requests for the mother-son dance:

 

A Song For Mama by Boyz 2 Men
Mariah Carey - Hero
Bette Midler Wind Beneath My Wings
John Lennon- Beautiful Boy
Sergio Vargas Madre Mia
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Here are some of our top recommendations for Mother-Son dance songs.

 

What a Wonderful World-Louis Armstrong: What a Wonderful World was written in the late 1960’s at the height of the great civil and political turmoil, in hopes of quelling tensions. It was optimistic and serene at a time when those sentiments were hard to come by. The tune moves at a slow and steady pace. Louis Armstrong’s rich, deep voice is rounded out with an elegant string section and the warm sound of horns.

 

Wind Beneath My Wings-Bette Midler: With lyrics like “Did you ever know that you’re my hero,” Wind Beneath my Wings is not a song that you can dance to with just anybody, but no one fits the bill more than Mom. It’s hard to think of a better way for a son to express his gratitude than with this song of utmost support and thanks, carried by Bette Midler’s powerhouse voice.

 

You are the Sunshine of My Life-Stevie Wonder: This uplifting, groovy Stevie Wonder tune is a little less bold than”Wind Beneath my Wings” but the message is the same. It’s great easy-listening music, in case your guests have particularly rigid taste.

 

Through the Years-Kenny Rogers: This 1981 ballad is a soft-spoken but powerful tune about the kind of devotion and commitment that grows with a relationship over time. Kenny Rogers’ calm voice is backed by smooth piano stylings.

 

A Song for Mama-Boyz II Men: Boyz II Men forever solidified their place in R&B history with this hit tune, which-as you might have guessed by the name-is a perfect mother-son song.

 

A Song for My Son by Mikki Viereck-And since we included a great song from a son to his mother, it’s only appropriate that we include a song from a mother to her son. This song was specifically written for a son on his wedding day.

 

Because You Loved Me by Celine Dion-You’d be hard-pressed to find a more passionate singer than Celine Dion and this goes along with “Wind Beneath My Wings” as one of the most ideal songs for a groom to show the depths of his gratitude.

 

Unforgettable-Natalie & Nat King Cole: This song is already fitting in that it’s the collaborative effort of a parent and child, but it’s also heartwarming and endearing. It’s very old-fashioned and nostalgic of a different time in American music, but sometimes, that’s exactly what you’ll want for this dance.

 

Have I Told You Lately by Rod Stewart:This song was originally written by Van Morrison but Rod Stewart recorded a great rendition in 1993 and it’s rarely gone un-played at receptions since. His heartfelt vocal style perfectly punctuates the emotional significance of the moment.

 

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Everyone knows about the Father-Daughter dance, but these days the Mother-Son dance is becoming an equally prevalent item at wedding receptions. It’sThe This event usually takes place after the First Dance, sometimes combined with the Father-Daughter dance. Here are some of the most popular requests for the mother-son dance:     Here are...
Everyone knows about the <a href="http://www.w3ddingdj.com/father-daughter-song-tips/">Father-Daughter dance</a>, but these days the Mother-Son dance is becoming an equally prevalent item at wedding receptions. It’sThe This event usually takes place after the First Dance, sometimes combined with the Father-Daughter dance. Here are some of the most popular requests for the mother-son dance:     Here are some of our top recommendations for Mother-Son dance songs.   What a Wonderful World-Louis Armstrong: What a Wonderful World was written in the late 1960's at the height of the great civil and political turmoil, in hopes of quelling tensions. It was optimistic and serene at a time when those sentiments were hard to come by. The tune moves at a slow and steady pace. Louis Armstrong's rich, deep voice is rounded out with an elegant string section and the warm sound of horns.   Wind Beneath My Wings-Bette Midler: With lyrics like “Did you ever know that you’re my hero,” Wind Beneath my Wings is not a song that you can dance to with just anybody, but no one fits the bill more than Mom. It's hard to think of a better way for a son to express his gratitude than with this song of utmost support and thanks, carried by Bette Midler’s powerhouse voice.   You are the Sunshine of My Life-Stevie Wonder: This uplifting, groovy Stevie Wonder tune is a little less bold than"Wind Beneath my Wings” but the message is the same. It’s great easy-listening music, in case your guests have particularly rigid taste.   Through the Years-Kenny Rogers: This 1981 ballad is a soft-spoken but powerful tune about the kind of devotion and commitment that grows with a relationship over time. Kenny Rogers’ calm voice is backed by smooth piano stylings.   A Song for Mama-Boyz II Men: Boyz II Men forever solidified their place in R&B history with this hit tune, which-as you might have guessed by the name-is a perfect mother-son song.   A Song for My Son by Mikki Viereck-And since we included a great song from a son to his mother, it’s only appropriate that we include a song from a mother to her son. This song was specifically written for a son on his wedding day.   Because You Loved Me by Celine Dion-You’d be hard-pressed to find a more passionate singer than Celine Dion and this goes along with “Wind Beneath My Wings” as one of the most ideal songs for a groom to show the depths of his gratitude.   Unforgettable-Natalie & Nat King Cole: This song is already fitting in that it’s the collaborative effort of a parent and child, but it’s also heartwarming and endearing. It’s very old-fashioned and nostalgic of a different time in American music, but sometimes, that’s exactly what you’ll want for this dance.   Have I Told You Lately by Rod Stewart:This song was originally written by Van Morrison but Rod Stewart recorded a great rendition in 1993 and it’s rarely gone un-played at receptions since. His heartfelt vocal style perfectly punctuates the emotional significance of the moment.   See all of our mother-son recommendations with videos <a href="http://www.w3ddingdj.com/wedding-mother-son-dance-songs/">here</a>
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