Checkout the below listed latest top 10 best Songs For The Groom in 2017, Check out our top ten list of some of the most memorable and romantic love ballads of all time with the groom in mind. You wedding is a very special and unique time of your life, where love and bliss blend seamlessly, in an enchantment only the two of you possess. We have gathered together some of the top time honored favorites for you to enjoy, as you plan to celebrate the main event of your life: You wedding day.
Here we present the list of top 10 best Songs For The Groom in 2017.
10. Unchained Melody – The Righteous Brothers
Film fans will recognize this song from the famous pottery scene in the 1990 blockbuster film, “Ghost” with Demi Moore. This classic song of love and devotion was composed by Alex North and Hy Zaret in 1955, and has a long history being previously covered by different artists. However, it was the 1965 rendition by The Righteous Brothers that cemented this song in our hearts and souls as one of the most well loved, and respected love songs of all time, giving the song style and depth of feeling and emotion.
9. A Whole New World – Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
This Oscar and Grammy winning love song BROUGHT Disney Studios Aladdin and Princess Jasmine into our hearts, composed by Alan Menken with lyrics by Tim Rice, and brought to life by the enchanting vocals of Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle. Originally released in 1992, this song is high on the list for grooms, as it speaks of their wish to show their beloved bride a lifetime of love and exploration of new worlds, only he can show her, and only they can share together.
8. All of Me – John Legend
This powerful, yet tender and soft love ballad was released in 2013 and hit the number one spot on the U.S. Charts. “All of Me” conveys a romantic, sensual tone that appeals to those who find themselves in love, and John Legend’s smooth and soothing vocals reach out to embrace those lovers in a TENDER state of romantic rapture. Often a top choice by grooms for weddings, this song epitomizes the delicate, yet strong bond a man feels for his bride. Indeed, John Legend actually devoted this track off of his album, “Love in the Future”, to his then fiancée, Chrissy Teigen.
7. A Thousand Years – Christina Perri
“A Thousand Years” was written and performed by Christina Perri. This beautiful and heartfelt love song used in the Twilight film franchise and became an instant success with the fans. Perri, who is an admitted fan of the Twilight books and films, stated that she wrote the song after viewing a screening of the film. According to Perri, the mere fact of writing such a song could “freak out the little songwriter in me”. She approached the project slowly and with great skill. As a result today we have the perfect love song for Edward and Bella, one that will probably last, ‘a thousand years’.
6. Can You Feel the Love Tonight – Elton John
The multi talented singer/songwriter/musician sir Elton John gives us the melodious, graceful and much beloved song, “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”. Composed for the Disney 1994 film, “The Lion King” by Elton John and Tim Rice, this Academy Award, Golden Globe and Grammy winning song proceeded to top the charts world wide. An empowering, tasteful and tender love song, this track appeals to grooms the world over, as it espouses not only love, but a protective feeling towards the woman he adores and cherishes.
5. Everything I do, I do it for You – Bryan Adams
Released in 1991, the Grammy award winning song, “Everything I Do, I Do it for You”, hit the number one spots on both the U.S. and British charts, becoming an international chart topper. The song appeared in the film, “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”, and was composed by Michael Kamen, Bryan Adams and Mutt Lange. This song of a mans devotion to the lady he loves, quickly became one of the best selling singles of all time, and as a result, has been a top choice for men who are ready to tie the knot, to select for their wedding day.
4. Something – George Harrison
The late, great Frank Sinatra called “Something” one of “the greatest love song of the past 50 years”. Indeed, “Something” is a monumental testament of a mans love for a woman. The soulful and hypnotic rendition by George Harrison, along with his masterful guitar work, will leave you breathless, feeling the deep and intoxicating embrace of love. Released in 1969 as a Beatles single, George was heavily influenced by his meditative studies of Krishna Consciousness, and “Something” was originally intended as a devotional song to his Lord Krishna. However, to make the record a successful single, they decided to switch some the lyrics, such as the ‘he’ (referring to Lord Krishna) was changed to a ‘she’, in order to turn it into a romantic ballad. As a result of his mind expanding studies in India, Harrison created and performed one of the best loved romantic ballads of all time.
3. From This Moment On – Shania Twain and Bryan White
“From This Moment On” was composed and performed by well loved songstress, Shania Twain as a testament to her love for her then producer husband Robert John “Mutt” Lange, who also contributed a small part to the track, which featured country singer Bryan White. “From This Moment On” is truly written from the heart, there can be no denying of this, and for that reason, is sought out as a choice by grooms as the perfect wedding song, as it expresses a sense of continuing love, eternal and unstoppable.
2. Can’t Help Falling In Love – Elvis Presley
This gentle and tender romantic love song, was composed by George Weiss, with melody based on a 1784 tune by Jean-Paul-Egide Martini, “Plaisir d’amour”, made its first appearance in 1961 in the Elvis Presley film, “Blue Hawaii”, and became Elvis’ most famous love song. Since that time, the song has been covered by a variety of bands, such as UB40. “Can’t Help Falling in Love” is among the top choices chosen by grooms for their wedding, as it espouses the sweet feelings of love they are experiencing for their bride.
1. At Last – Etta James
Composed in 1941 by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren, “At Last” scored an early success by becoming a chart topping big band hit in 1942 with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. However, it was not until 1961’s recording by Etta James, which gave it the smooth jazz treatment, that “At Last” became a memorable hit, still seen today as one of the worlds greatest love songs. The song is simply about finding your soulmate, your one true love, but in Etta’s confident rendition, it becomes more than that, it becomes alive, a symbol of everlasting love between a groom and his bride.
Our top ten list for some of the best romantic ballads for grooms has included romantic hits penned from the 1940’s to the present day. Each new generation finds its own special way to celebrate love, and for the groom, these are some of the most favored selections available. May your day be blessed with love and joy, as you embrace your partner in a dance of eternal love.