20 First Dance Songs with a Twist

Choosing your first dance song can be a very challenging activity. The Knot recommends taking classic songs and using a covered version. This way you get the classic sound, but with a modern twist. Here are the twenty songs that they list:

  1. I Melt With You, Nouvelle Vague (original by Modern English)
  2. No Ordinary Love, Deftones (original by Sade)
  3. The Way You Look Tonight, Harry Connick Jr. (original by Fred Astaire)
  4. Your Song, Ewan McGregor (original by Elton John)
  5. Is This Love, Rihanna (original by Bob Marley)
  6. L.O.V.E., Joss Stone (original by Nat King Cole)
  7. The Best Is Yet To Come, Tony Bennett (original by Frank Sinatra)
  8. At Last, Beyonce (original by Etta James)
  9. Make You Feel My Love, Adele (original by Bob Dylan)
  10. Wild Horses, The Sundays (original by The Rolling Stones)
  11. To Love Somebody, Damien Rice and Ray LaMontagne (original by the Bee Gees)
  12. Heaven, DJ Sammy (original by Bryan Adams)
  13. Crazy In Love, Snow Patrol (original by Beyonce)
  14. Across the Universe, Rufus Wainwright (original by The Beatles)
  15. That’s How Strong My Love Is, The Rolling Stones (original by Otis Redding)
  16. Here Comes the Sun, Nina Simone (original by George Harrison)
  17. Crazy Love, Michael Buble (original by Van Morrison)
  18. Grow Old With Me, The Postal Service (original by John Lennon)
  19. Can’t Help Falling In Love, UB40 (original by Elvis Presley)
  20. Endless Love, Glee Cast (original by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie)

Check out the article for videos and other helpful information.




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