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My boyfriend and I just got engaged and we are in the midst of planning the wedding. One problem
is finding the "perfect song" to dance to at our wedding. You know, "our song." He likes oldies,
nothing too contemporary. I'd really appreciate your input on this, because it is so important,
and I'm getting worried that we will run out of time and just pick a song that doesn't mean all
that much to either of us.|
Surely you have a "slow dance" that you both can call your own. Perhaps something that was playing
on the radio when you first met. If not, I would suggest that you both spend several evenings
together either listening to the radio or playing some of your CDs and reach agreement as soon
as you can.
While I know the song is important to you, the song you dance to at your wedding is only a song.
It doesn't have to be "perfect."
If you cannot reach agreement play two songs; one for you and one for him. Flip a coin to see which
one is played first.
One other thought. If you are having this much trouble reaching agreement on a song for your
wedding, this might give you a clue as to the dificulty of "important" future decisions you will
need to make together. Think about it.
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