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Dancing Music?

I'm making my own playlist for the reception.  My problem is that I'm having a hard time finding music with a good beat that has appropriate lyrics.  Even if they don't curse or say something wildly inappropriate, they more often than not sing about unrequited love.  This is not the message I want to send during my reception!

So... any recommendations on some music that's fun to dance to that is also wedding-appropriate?  Thanks for the help!
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Re: Dancing Music?

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    jc04100657jc04100657 member
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    edited December 2011
    Try this website:
    www.mobilebeat.com/top-200/ 
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    Magdala9Magdala9 member
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    edited December 2011
    If you are having multiple generations, you may want to mix in some older stuff (Beatles, Sinatra, Elvis) for the older generations.   You generally don't have to worry about inappropriate lyrics with those.
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    edited December 2011
    I was honestly going to post something kind of like this.
    We have a large range of people coming.  My immediate family is christian-only music, my fiances family is into country (which I hate :P). I just dont want to offend anyone and want to have a fun mix of music.

    So I'm in the same boat! Thanks for posting
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    edited December 2011
    How about any of these?

    Friends (Michael Smith)
    I'll Be (Edwin McCain)
    Come What May (Ewan McGregor/Nicole Kidman- Moulin Rouge Soundtrack)
    In My Life (The Beatles)
    Rock Your Body (Justin Timberlake)
    Time of your life (Greenday)
    I Cross My Heart (George Strait)
    Chicks dig it (Chris Cagle)
    Friends In Low Places (Garth Brooks)
    I Hope You Dance (LeAnn Womack)
    Little Less Conversation (Elvis)
    Livin On A Prayer (Bon Jovi)
    Cha Cha Slide (Casper)
    I've Had The Time of My Life (Dirty Dancing Soundtrack)
    Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)
    Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up) (Garth Brooks)

    Good Luck, hope this helps!

    Jennie x

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    AbbyjensenAbbyjensen member
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    edited December 2011
    I feel the same way! I am going to stick with classics, the older stuff. I love Elvis and the Beatles, so I am going to play a lot of those. You could try to find the radio edit of songs to make them more appropriate.
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