We tend to think a lot about the statements and insinuations of certain songs. For example, “Bad Blood” by Taylor Swift is a fun, popular song, but it doesn’t have a very uplifting undertone. At a wedding, we want each song’s vibe, feel, meaning, and lyrical content to add to the party anyway possible. So when the night is over and it’s time to start reminding your friends where the after party is, you might choose a certain song to segue one phase of the night into the  next. Maybe you’re danceaholics – go hard and recover from it later.  Maybe your a drinkin’ crowd that wants a pub sing-along classic. Maybe just a feel good song we can all local arms to. However you go about it, here are a few to consider:

I’ve Had The Time of My Life (Bill Medley)

Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)

Uptown Funk (Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars)

Last Dance (Donna Summer)

At Last (Etta James)

One More Time (Daft Punk)

I Wont Give Up (Jason Mraz)

Shout (Isley Brothers)

Piano Man (Billy Joel)

Take Me Home Country Roads (John Denver)

All My Life (K-Ci and JoJo)

Aint No Mountain High Enough (Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xz-UvQYAmbg

We Are Family (Sister Sledge)

Wagon Wheel (Old Crow Medicine Show)

Can’t Stop The Feeling (Justin Timberlake)

Closing Time (Semisonic)

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