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Next to saying the vows, watching a couple have their first dance is the most moving part of a wedding. That’s the moment when nobody in the world matters except your new spouse. As a guest, you get to see how deep the love between the couple is simply by the way they stare into each other’s eyes during their first dance. Since the summer wedding season is winding down, The Urban Daily put together a list of the top wedding songs in no particular order.

Kenny Lattimore – “For You”

If you’ve to a wedding and haven’t heard this song, question the DJ’s abilities. “For You” is enveloped in romance and pure emotion. We find a man not afraid to express the love he has for his queen. Don’t let the groom start whispering the lyrics to his bride as the song plays. The reception might have to be cut short, if you catch what I’m throwing at you.

Luther Vandross – “Here And Now”

With Luther as R&B’s perennial Lothario, there is no way this could exist without this song. The lyrics to “Here an Now” practically read like vows themselves. “Here and now/I promise to love faithfully /You’re all I need” Enough said.

Monica – “Angel of Mine”

This Georgia songbird had one of her biggest hits with the Rodney Jerkins produced hit. Though many dismiss the notion of love at first sight, Monica was singing about having an instant attraction to a person’s spirit. A spiritual connection before a physical one, that’s rare these days.

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