You are dynamite.” Song #4: “The Way I Am” by Ingrid Michaelson “Baby, I bought wine and roses on my way home Yeah I know we can’t afford it but life doesn’t last too long This world has gone half-crazy And knocked us both to our knees I’m fumbling for the words to try to tell ya I love you for hangin’ onto me.” Bonus Song!Song #6: “I Love How You Love Me” by Beth Orton “I love how your heart beats whenever I hold you I love how you think of me without being told to I love the way your touch is always heavenly But, darling, most of all I love how you love me.” What songs are you thinking about for your own wedding – or, if you’re already married, what song did you choose? Check out our reader recommended songs for your first dance as a married couple, songs for your walk down the aisle, cake cutting songs and great songs for your Father Daughter Dance!
Swedish corporate raider David Hammar hopes that the final step in a hostile takeover of the Investum company will be winning over Natalia de la Grip--a member of the aristocratic owning family--but when sparks fly between them, they must confront their innermost fears and desires.A Southern gentleman and his talented New York wife return to his home in the lush Carolina lowcountry, where they endure a summer of transitions while observing the impact of seasonal choices on the lives of neighbors and visitors.Rodrigo likes his vacant lot, its resident chicken, and being left alone.But when passivity finds him accidentally married to Cecilia, he trades Mexico City for the sun-bleached desolation of his hometown and domestic life with Cecilia for the debauched company of a poet, a philosopher, and Micaela, whose allure includes the promise of time travel."Calvin Sidey is a cowboy of the old-school, no-guff sort--steely, hardened, with his own personal code.It's the 1960s, and he's living off the grid in a stifling trailer on the prairie when his adult son, Bill, seeks his help.A mostly absentee father, and a virtual no-show as a grandfather, Calvin nevertheless reluctantly agrees to stay with his grandchildren for a week.
He decamps for his son's dark and musty basement, to the small town where he once was a mythic figure, and soon enough problems arise: a boy's attentions to seventeen-year-old Ann are increasingly aggressive, and a group of reckless kids portend danger for eleven-year-old Will.
Calvin only knows one way to solve a problem: the Old West way, in which scores are settled, ultimatums are issued, and your gun is always loaded.
As I’m trying to figure out what the right fit is for our first dance, I thought that I might not be the only person struggling through this.
So, I decided to compile five songs – in different genres, of course! From country to indie, rock to pop, there’s a little something for everyone.
Song #1: “The Lucky Ones” by Radney Foster “You are a novel in a sea of magazines, You make me nervous; you make my heart beat.
You are red in a sea of black and white; You are a fire.