Father – Daughter Dance

The father-daughter dance is a typical part of most wedding receptions. This is where obviously the bride dances with her father. While for a multitude of reasons, it is not always the father sometimes the mother, uncle, brother, or step-father is substituted. Still this classic dance is important for most brides on their wedding day.

Just like the first dance with your groom this time is a nice moment to sneak in some extra time with your loved one. Use this moment to thank them for all they’ve done, tell them that you love them and enjoy this peaceful moment together.

For this dance you’ll want to choose a song that speaks about the relationship you have with your dance partner.

So we have compiled a list of different songs, for you to peak at. We hope you find a song that speaks to you whether you and your dad are a couple of goof balls, you’re daddy’s little girl, or you’re dancing with your eldest brother.

In no particular order:

Dance With My Father-Luther Vandross or Buddy Jewell or Kellie Coffey
How you’ve grown- 10,000 Maniacs
Father Daughter-Paul Simon
Isn’t she lovely-Stevie Wonder
You are my Sunshine-Many different versions our favorite is Johnny Cash
Landslide-Fleetwood Mac
Sweet Child O’ Mine-Guns N Roses
Throughout the Years-Kenny Rogers
Daughters-John Mayer
I loved her first-Heartland
Wonderful World-Louis Armstrong
Brown Eyed Girl-Van Morrison
Changes-Kelly and Ozzy Osbourne
Butterfly Kisses-Bob Carlisle
You are so beautiful-Joe Cocker
Daddy’s Hands-Holly Dunn
Just the way you are-Billy Joel
Coal miner’s daughter-Loretta Lynn
Teach your children well-Crosby, Stills, Nash
Thank Heaven for little girls-Maurice Chevalier
Gracie-Ben Folds Five
Stand by me-John Lennon
Unforgettable- Nat King Cole
Time after time-Cyndi Lauper
The way you look tonite-Frank Sinatra
Lean on me-Bill Withers
She’s leaving home-The Beatles
I can see clearly now-Johnny Nash
Can you feel the love tonight-Elton John
In my life-The Beatles

The most important part of all is that you enjoy this special moment. Whether it’s a fast dance to your favorite pop song as a teenager, or a classic you remember dancing on daddy’s feet to.

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