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37 responses to “Random Question”

  1. dave little says:

    Another One Bites The Dust

  2. Kirk says:

    Bohemian Rhapsody? (Maybe that’s used more at Commitment Ceremonies.)

  3. Gwyon says:

    “My Ding-A-Ling” by Chuck Berry

  4. Lindsay says:

    Ave Maria

  5. Idunno says:

    Crap!! It’s the intro song to my wedding video. Hell if I know. And don’t tell my wife.

  6. Pweesey says:

    Are you talking about Pachelbel’s Canon in D?

  7. Pweesey says:

    D major that is

  8. Cindy says:

    Lindsay is right; it is Ave Maria.

  9. CDD says:

    Ave Maria is not a Christmas song.

  10. Pweesey says:

    all I know is Canon is played at just about every wedding as the wedding party comes in, and Trans Siberian Orchestra recorded Christmas Canon which is very popular

  11. Daniel says:

    Go Tell It On the Mountain.

  12. Eric Celeste says:

    Is it “The Thong Song”? “You’re the Reason God Made Oklahoma”? “Say Goodbye” by Triumph? “What About Me?” by Moving Pictures? Anything by Quarterflash? I could do this all day.

  13. Craig says:

    I believe you’re thinking of “Sexecutioner” by Gwar.

  14. Idunno says:

    It is not Ave Maria, Canon in D is correct.

  15. (Another) Lindsay says:

    Ave Maria was my first thought – but what most people recognize as the “wedding” version is Shubert’s, and often the “Christmas” version is Franz Biebl’s. The St. Mark’s choir just did a version in their Nine Lessons and Carols on Tuesday, but I’m not sure from which composer (it wasn’t Schubert).

  16. Mandy says:

    If the wedding had a Renaissance Faire theme, I would say “Greensleeves”/”What Child is This?” would be your song.

  17. Emily says:

    Bach’s “Sheeps may safely graze” is often played at weddings, and is also a Christmas song… Trying to find a link to it, but i think looking on iTunes for it will be more successful.

  18. Emily says:

    Good lord. Sheep. not Sheeps.

  19. Eric Celeste says:

    “Hill Street Blues” by Mike Post? “Affair of the Heart” by Rick Springfield? “Living Inside Myself” by Gino Vannelli? “I Go Crazy” by Paul Davis? “Caught Up in You” by .38 Special? Do you just want me to download my iPod list?

  20. Emily says:

    Christmas Canon isn’t played at weddings.

  21. Kirk says:

    Wait. White Wedding by Billy Idol. Yep, that’s it.

  22. Pat says:

    Could be “Fur Elise.” Or “Boot Scoot Boogie,” they’re pretty much interchangeable.

  23. Bethany says:

    The Macarena

  24. DM says:

    Taco Bell Gordito in B Flat?

  25. mm says:

    Santa Claus is Coming to Town. If you know what I mean.

  26. GAYL says:

    Oh Holy Night???

  27. Jay says:

    Whose Child Is This?
    I Saw Mommy Kissing The Best Man?
    Groomsmen We Have Heard Are High?
    I’ll Be Home In Time For the Wedding?
    O Little Town of Cozymel?
    Run Groom Run?
    Did You Hear What I Heard?
    Grandma Got Run Over By A Ringbearer?

    Rock me

  28. Rawlins says:

    “Forever in Blue Jeans”

  29. Puddin'Tane says:

    “Chet’s nuts roasting on an open fire”…

    That’s if it’s Chet getting married.


  30. Bill Kennedy says:

    “I Knew the Bride When She Used to Rock and Roll”

  31. Brian says:

    in the spirt, What about “Merry Christmas from the Family”?
    but more wedding,ey
    “the way you look tonight” by everybody

  32. Brian says:

    oops, I mean’ “There is Love” by Gordon Lightfoot, and then everybody…t

  33. Danny says:

    “Oh, Holy Sh*t”…?

    If it ain’t, it oughta be.

  34. Cindy says:

    Tell Josh Groban, whose Christmas album is #1 right now, that Ave Maria is not a Christmas song! I’ve never heard Pachelbel’s Canon considered a Christmas song.

  35. John says:

    Everyone’s a comedian.

  36. Jay says:

    “Everyone’s a comedian.”

    Hear that Little? You are SO replaceable. Merry Christmas buddy.