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Selecting the right song to play during a marriage proposal can really help to enhance the mood of that special moment, making the occasion so memorable and romantic such that you will sweep her off her feet and get her to say yes.
Spend My Life With You
by Eric Benet & Tamia
The Song, "Spend My Life With You" is a duet sang by Eric Benet and Tamia. The song speaks about how your life is incomplete until the day she walked into your life, and you want to feel this way together with her for the rest of your life. No words can described how much your life has changed since you met her. You would like to see her every morning when you open your eyes, and you ask her to spend the rest of your life with her.
Your Love Amazes Me
by John Berry
A country music singer, John Berry, with his soulful tenor, sang a few really awesome romantic songs which are really excellent for marriage proposal. The song, “Your Love Amazes Me” described how amazing is her love for you, how it far exceeds the Seven Wonders of the World and the beauty of diamonds and pearls. It also talks about how she gives you hope and reason to believe in life.
Will You Marry Me
by John Berry
If your love for her agrees with what Blaise Pascal said, “Love has its reasons that Reason knows not”, then, this song is perfect to be played or sang during your marriage proposal. You just knew that it is the right time, and she is the one.
Will You Marry Me
This song was in the top 40 Billboard Hot 100 in year 2010 and 2011, sang by the group Train. The title of the song speaks for itself. Here is a glimpse of it :
If I ever get the nerve to say
Hello in this cafe
Say you will
If you are in cafe with a group of family and friends, and you want to surprise your girlfriend with a marriage proposal, this song maybe perfect for the situation.
You'll Always be Mine
When you don’t know how to start, when you don’t know the right words to say, when you cannot express how much you love her and all you think of is you want her to be yours forever, then, this is the song. It comes with catchy tune and memorable lyrics.
I Wanna Grow Old With You
If you survive through long distance relationship, or a relationship where one or both partners need to travel a lot because of work and you feel that it is time to propose to her, this beautiful song by Westlife is the perfect song for the occasion.
From This Moment On
by Shania Twain
Shania Twain and Bryan White will touch both you and your sweetheart with this song, “From This Moment On” during marriage proposal or on the wedding day.
by 98 Degrees
Sing or play this song if you are going to propose to her during Christmas season. Proposing during this festive is most romantic and memorable. The world is rejoicing and your sweetheart can be in the best mood ever. Take her for a romantic ride in a carriage and look at the Christmas lights. At the end of the ride, walk along the river or a romantic street, then tell her how much she meant to you, and finally, you can sing this song to her, as you propose to her.
"Colour of My Love" by Celine Dion
When Celine Dion and her former manager, Rene Angelil were in love in the beginning of their relationship, they dare not tell the public due to their age difference. When David Foster gave this song "Colour of My Love" to Celine, she loved it so much that she announced her love to Rene to the world thought this song. She played this song during their wedding a few years later. A really beautiful song indeed. Enjoy.
Colour of My Love
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Ingenira (author) on November 21, 2012:
Thank you so much !
jule729 on November 21, 2012:
useful post. thanks for the info.