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Old 05-30-2010, 01:49 PM
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So I am attending a wedding this summer and it had me thinking, if I were planning a ceremony that had some polyamory theme...what songs should be part of the playlist for the celebration? Have fun with this.
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Old 05-30-2010, 04:49 PM
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You could always try

breaking benjamin - polyamorous


...(definitely not a wedding friendly song btw)

Sorry most of the music I listen to is not wedding friendly. Not unless you hang with a bunch of heavy metal people. My wife knows of a few cohen songs, pj harvey...instead of her tracking down the songs I cheated and googled it

http://www.polyamory.org/~howard/Poly/songs.html
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You could always try

breaking benjamin - polyamorous


...(definitely not a wedding friendly song btw)

Sorry most of the music I listen to is not wedding friendly. Not unless you hang with a bunch of heavy metal people. My wife knows of a few cohen songs, pj harvey...instead of her tracking down the songs I cheated and googled it

http://www.polyamory.org/~howard/Poly/songs.html
I love that song! I used to listen to it all the time when I first met Redpepper so it takes me back to the days of agonizing internal debate
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I love that song! I used to listen to it all the time when I first met Redpepper so it takes me back to the days of agonizing internal debate
I used it to help me get over my ex. The entire album is very good actually.
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I used it to help me get over my ex. The entire album is very good actually.
I'll check it out!
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Old 05-31-2010, 08:26 AM
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Thumbs up Ari but don't forget this one!LOL!

You forgot the classic Willie Nelson/Julio Iglesias collaboration

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeUlkyRcajk

And I did just LMAO!

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Old 05-31-2010, 08:33 AM
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You could always try

breaking benjamin - polyamorous


...(definitely not a wedding friendly song btw)

Sorry most of the music I listen to is not wedding friendly. Not unless you hang with a bunch of heavy metal people. My wife knows of a few cohen songs, pj harvey...instead of her tracking down the songs I cheated and googled it

http://www.polyamory.org/~howard/Poly/songs.html
Okay just listened to Breaking Benjamin (who are from PA!) and all I have to say is "OWWWWW!"
You can't cheat by googling...what would you put on the list! 2Rings I am expecting some kind of contribution here.

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I love that song! I used to listen to it all the time when I first met Redpepper so it takes me back to the days of agonizing internal debate
Ok now that the debate is...well...neverending, what would you put on your celebratory playlist. I like just about any kind of music but I would definitely have to have some old French lovesongs in there. This one is translated. If you have seen the movie/play Nine...Marion Cotillard who played Daniel Day Lewis' wife in Nine, also did a movie based on the life of Edith Piaf. Excellent! Here is the translation of one of my favs of Piaf's "Non Je Ne Regrette Rien"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6Dz3-k1d9I

No, I do not regret anything

No, nothing at all, no, I do not regret anything
neither the good that had been bestowed on me, nor the bad things
I don't care about all that
No, nothing at all, no, I do not regret anything
That's paid, swept, forgotten, I don't care about the past


With my memories I lit the fire,
my pains, my pleasures
I don't need them any more
swept my love stories and their voice-shaking
swept for ever
I'm starting back from scratch

No, nothing at all, no, I do not regret anything
neither the good that had been bestowed on me, nor the bad things
I don't care about all that
No, nothing at all, no, I do not regret anything
because my life, because my happiness
today are beginning with you


Ok fellas (and ladies)...add some more to this: funny, serious, whatever you really like.

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Okay just listened to Breaking Benjamin (who are from PA!) and all I have to say is "OWWWWW!"
Owww?...huh, thats the quiet stuff ...

Ok Irish Catholic girl, why don't you dive into some east coast/Irish folk music. there must be some tales of multiple loves in there somewhere

ps I am a huge east coast/Irish music fan. It really doesn't exist out here, which is unfortunate. Might need to hit up some of my "other" music to find something for ya
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So I am attending a wedding this summer and it had me thinking, if I were planning a ceremony that had some polyamory theme...what songs should be part of the playlist for the celebration? Have fun with this.
"You and Your Friend" -- Snake River Conspiracy
"Love in Stereo" -- The Monks
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"You and Your Friend" -- Snake River Conspiracy
"Love in Stereo" -- The Monks
Great additions!!!!
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