3 Great Wedding First Dance Songs: John Legend, Ed Sheeran, Lee Brice

The first dance is an important part of almost all weddings. Here are three new songs that I’ve come across that might fit perfectly for your wedding.

John Legend – “All of Me”

“All of Me” is a single from John Legend’s forth record, Love in the Future.  The song was written as a dedication to John’s wife. A beautiful ballad that was released to radio last year, but burned low and slow until finally reaching number one in May.  Knocking off another exceptionally popular wedding song, Pharrell’s “Happy.” (Pharrell’s “Happy” is one of the more popular Grand Entrance songs of the season)

The music video is pretty sexy too.

Ed Sheeran – “One”

The British wonder had the number one song on iTunes the other day.  His album X (pronounced multiply) comes out on June 23rd. “One” is the first cut off the record and the first song Ed wrote for the album.  The song was written about his now ex-girlfriend Alice.  I’d presume during happier times.

OK, we’ll have to suspend the bad mojo to make this song fit as a first dance cut.

Lee Brice – “I Don’t Dance”

Lee Brice straight up wrote a first dance song.  But then country artists tend to say what they mean and mean what they say. His record label tagged the song #wedding and #firstdance on soundcloud. The music video is basically a wedding infomercial.

The song is the title track to his upcoming record.

Go with yourself. – Jeremy