Top 10 Best First Wedding Dance Songs of
Wedding is the most special event of everyone’s life and it is often tried to make it memorable eve for the whole life and people never forget the fabulous event.
The wedding dance songs are considered as one of special part of the marriage ceremonies and many of people involved in doing dance with their loved ones to make the moments unforgettable.
There are number of artists who have recorded songs for that esteemed event in their stunning voices following fantastic melodies and compositions and revealed their feelings and emotions towards their beaus.
Here the topic is best wedding dance songs of present time and we arranged list of top ten best wedding songs which is given below:
10: Make You Feel My Love by Adele
Make You Feel My Love is a song written by Bob Dylan from his album Time Out of Mind, the English recording artist Adele has sung the song Make You Feel My Love for her debut studio album 19 which was released on October 27, 2008 as fifth and final single of the album. The soul pop genre song was produced by Jim Abbiss which also featured in romantic comedy film When in Rome while the song peaked at top position on the UK Singles Chart following its third X Factor performance.
9: Then by Brad Paisley
Recorded by American country music artist Brad Paisley Then is a lead single of his seventh studio album titled American Saturday Night released on June 30, 2009 through Arista Nashville. Penned by Chris DuBois, Ashley Gorley and Brad Paisley the Platinum certified song has been produced by Frank Rogers. Receiving mixed reviews the song has several favorable comments for being well-written and produced, topped US Hot Country Songs while stand among top twenty on US Adult Contemporary and US Country Songs charts.
8: First Day of My Life by Bright Eyes
First Day of My Life is a song recorded by American band Bright Eyes from its album I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning which was released on March 21, 2005. Saddle Creek labeled song was cited as one favorite song by James Corden while First Day of My Life also ranked among the top positions on various top charts including UK Singles Chart, UK Indie Chart. Indie folk genre song was featured in Elvis and Anabelle and The Bubble, it can also be heard in the episode of Chuck Versus the Last Details.
7: Everything by Michael Bublé
Canadian singer Michael Bublé has sung the lead single Everything from his third major-label studio album Call Me Irresponsible. Written by Michael Bublé, Alan Chang and Amy Foster-Gilles the song was produced by Bob Rock became the Platinum certified song for selling numerous shipments and copies worldwide. Released on April 23, 2007 Everything managed to set it among top ten positions on various charts of different countries including Belgium, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, US Adult Contemporary and Canadian Hot 100.
6: A Thousand Years by Christina Perri
The American singer-songwriter Christina Perri and David Hodges has written and recorded A Thousand Years as second lead single of album The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1 which was released on October 18, 2011 worldwide by Atlantic and Chop Shop. The song has positioned among top thirty song on several top charts like US Adult Contemporary, US Adult Top 40, US Latin Pop Songs and US Adult Pop Songs. A Thousand Years has reached to 3 million digital downloads in the US while it also sole more than 3.6 million copies in United States.
5: Better Together by Jack Johnson
Penned and performed by Jack Johnson Better Together was the first single of Johnson’s album titled In Between Dreams, released in January 2006 via Brushfire. Production of the song was handled by Mario Caldato Jr. while the single was stand on top charts at well position of both in United States and United Kingdom. Better Together has garnered positive reviews from critics and nominated for World Music Award for World’s Best Song and World Music Award for World’s Best Video.
4: All of Me by John Legend
All of Me is a song by American artist John Legend from his fourth studio album named Love in the Future who also has written the song along with Toby Gad and jointly produced the single with Dave Tozer. The third single was released on August 12, 2013 became his biggest hit which peaked number one on the Billboard Hot 100 among many of other countries like Australia, Ireland, Canada, Portugal, and Sweden while number t wo in the United Kingdom and New Zealand and ranked the third best-selling song for selling 12.3 million copies all around globe.
3: Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran
Thinking Out Loud is a song recorded by English singer & songwriter Ed Sheeran who also wrote the song with Amy Wadge while she handled production along with Jake Gosling. The song was released as promotional single from second studio album x on 18 Juneto the iTunes Store via Asylum and Atlantic. Thinking Out Loud became the surprise hit and highest charting single peaking at number two on Billboard Hot 100 and Canadian Hot 100 and topped on charts in Ireland, New Zealand, Netherlands and Denmark.
2: I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz
I Won’t Give Up is the second single from sixth studio album Ghost Stories of British alternative rock band Coldplay which was released on 2 May. Written by Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion among others it was co-produced by Coldplay and Avicii recorded at The Bakery and The Beehive in North London. The song has successfully garnered positive reviews and ranked among top ten songs on frequent to charts in United States and United Kingdom, topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart.
1: Shut Up and Dance by Walk the Moon
Shut Up and Dance is a song recorded by American alternative rock band Walk the Moon from its second studio album Talking Is Hard. Written by Ben Berger and Ryan McMahon the RCA labeled song was released as the lead single of the album on September 10,. Produced by Tim Pagnotta Shut Up and Dance was considered as band’s biggest hit single peaked at top positions on various top charts fall in top five in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.