Wedding season is in full swing, and very little is more important about a wedding than song choice. Forget the dress, flowers and catering, what it really comes down to is that first dance. The song has to have the perfect meaning -- announcing true love and devotion, of course. Sometimes, however, things get a little...lost in translation? A song that means something for one person might actually mean something else in reality. That's why, because almost every wedding is somehow recorded, there is an amazing selection on the internet of wedding songs that are a little...off. We're not saying they aren't meaningful (so what if the first song you made out to was sung by Linkin Park?), we're just saying you should probably take a closer look before you attach yourself to the tune forever -- thus, making it the definition of your lasting love and devotion.

  • 'Every Breath You Take'

Sting's stalker song to end all stalker songs.
Every move you make
Every vow you break
Every smile you fake
Every claim you stake
Ill be watching you
True love means watching your beloved like a hawk. At the very same wedding, performers Francis and Johan followed that gem up with Bonnie Raitt's, 'I Can't Make You Love Me.'



  • 'I Can't Make You Love Me'
Cause I can't make you love me if you don't
You can't make your heart feel something it won't
So now your beloved is hearing voices and knowing they can't make you love them. Plus they're only giving themselves til the next day to get out of the relationship. Again, more things you maybe don't want to start of your life together talking about.


  • 'My Heart Will Go On'
The song forever tied to the image of Kate Winslet letting Leonardo DiCaprio die at the end of Titanic. Sure, it's a song about endless love -- after the other person has died.



  • 'Crank Dat'
While we get that this couple was trying to be funny, perhaps a song about "supersoaking" and "Supermaning that ho" isn't really the joke song you should play to start your life together.

(Also with bonus "I'm Too Sexy" entrance music.)



  • 'White Wedding'
The Billy Idol song rumored to be about a shotgun wedding and cocaine does not scream father/daughter dance, even with the funny dance moves.



  • 'Low'
Any song talking about your "apple bottom" and telling you to "get low" while you "work the pole" is a bad idea to dance to with your father.



  • Wham Rap
Even in the 1980s people were rocking inappropriate songs at their weddings. Prior to George Michael taking over the world as a popstar in the late '80s, he recorded this number with boyband Wham!

I may not have a job,
But I have a good time,
With the boys that I meet "down on the line"
I said, I - DON'T - NEED - YOU

Amazingly, this couple is together 20 years later.


Seen any others on the web or have sat through an excruciatingly awkward first dance at a wedding? Tell us about it in the comments!