Picking out a Wedding Mother Son song can be challenge for some, but don’t worry we have a few suggestions. We put together a mix of a few classics, a few new ones, and maybe one or two that you have not heard of which is great for being original. Another idea for Mother Son Dance is maybe to put together a medley of songs that you or your Mom can dance out. You can even spice things up by inviting guests to the dance floor as well. If you don’t have the skills your Wedding Mobile DJ may be able to help you by doing a few edits. Don’t forget though to keep a little dance time with you and your Mom so your Photographer can capture the moment.
If you are looking for more choices when you choose Y-it Entertainment for your Mobile DJ Service in your account under music we have several top songs for different wedding traditions to help give you some ideas. If you are not logged into your account you can also visit the lists on our Facebook page by clicking HERE. It’s located on the tab “Most Requested”. If you are on the search for other wedding tradition songs checkout First Dance, Father Daughter, and Cake Cutting. We also have lots of other tips and advice in your Blog as well as recaps of real weddings that we have performed at.
Here are the song in no particular order.
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Scott Keo, a southern California native, is a veteran of the music industry as both a premier Michael Bublé tribute act and an experienced wedding DJ. In 2010 he released “All To You” A Mother Son wedding song.
This song was released in March of 2012 by American singer-songwriter Jason Mraz. The song title refers to the Earth’s geographical location within the Solar System, which is 93 million miles from Sun. Lyrically, the song talks about “no matter where you are in the planet, you can call it home. This is “93 Million Miles”
This song originally performed by Guns and Roses and now Sheryl Crow. Crow gives it a softer, but fun sound. Here is “Sweet Child of Mine”
Good Charlotte an American rock band from Maryland . They released this song in 2000. This is “Thank You Mom”
Released in 1973 “Simple Man” is the last track on Side 1 of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s debut album. The song is one of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s most popular songs. Since the song became available for digital download, it has become Lynyrd Skynyrd’s third best-selling digital song after “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Free Bird“.
Written and performed by a northern Irish Singer Van Morrison and released in 1995. It became the official anthem of the peace movement in Northern Ireland. Van Morrison even performed in when President Clinton visited in 1995. “My momma told me there’d be days like this” is something you say to make yourself feel better at the end of a tough day. We all know Mom has been around to help us through those tough days! Here is “Days Like This”
This song released in 1973 by Paul Simon peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. Paul Simon also performed this song on the “Muppet Show”. This is “Loves me Like a Rock”
Released in 2003 originally performed by Van Morrison. The Wallflowers give this song a new modern sound this is “Into The Mystic”
Played usually as their final song at Green Day’s concerts this song was released in 1997 although was written in 1994. In comparison to previous Green Day material, “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)” features more mellow, contemplative lyrics with acoustic music.
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Thank you to Wikipedia for the facts on the songs and artists!