Best mother/son wedding dance songs
Last week’s blogpost looked at some of the best father/daughter wedding dance songs. This week, let’s consider some of the best mother/son wedding dance songs.
A good place to start is Carole King’s “Child of Mine” from her iconic 1970s Tapestry album:
The lyrics are tender because they come from a mother’s perspective:
Child of mine
Child of mine
Oh, yes sweet darling
So glad you are a child of mine.
Josh Groban had a big hit with another beautiful song that works well for a mother/son wedding dance song: “You Raise Me Up”:
The lyrics are truly touching, coming from a son’s perspective who appreciates his mother and finds strength from her loving presence:
When I am down, and, oh, my soul, so weary
When troubles come, and my heart burdened be
Then, I am still and wait here in the silence
Until you come and sit awhile with me
You raise me up, so I can stand on mountains
You raise me up to walk on stormy seas
I am strong when I am on your shoulders
You raise me up to more than I can be
If you like a country feel to your songs, check out Lee Ann Womack’s big cross over hit, “I Hope You Dance”:
American Idol winner, Taylor Hicks had a hit with a song sung from the son’s perspective to his mom, “Do I Make Your Proud?”:
The refrain poses this question:
“This is what we dream about
But the only question with me now
Is do I make you proud?
Stronger than I’ve ever been now
Never been afraid of standing out
Do I make you proud?”
The answer is found in a mother’s tears as she dances with her newly married son.
Rod Stewart offers up a delightful, uptempo song for a mother/son wedding dance song with the always popular, “Forever Young”:
Five Star Entertainment offers just about any song you can think of, so listen to the songs above and let us know if you’d like one of these for your mother/son wedding dance song. Whatever song speaks to you is what we’ll play. After all, Five Star Entertainment is proud to specialize in customized entertainment for your wedding celebration.
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