Your big day is coming up, make sure to incorporate these songs during reception time. Every generation will be having time of their lives on the dancefloor. Believe me 😊
We can all agree that music plays a huge role in everyone’s lives. Especially today when we’re living in a such a fast pace and tend to use music to feel more relaxed and in a better mood. That can be either when waking up in the morning, when at work (as a background noise) or just to feel more relaxed. It is scientifically proven that listening to music that you like reduces symptoms of depression and anxiety (and there is a rise in number of people having those nowadays). Sooo, we can conclude that we should all include music in our day-to-day lives. What a simple way to boost your serotonin levels! Give it a try.
It’s not uncommon to see all profiles of people with headphones walking down the streets or during bus/metro rides or when exercising. Music really does run through our veins. And people who recommend you new songs to listen to are the best kind of people, right? With saying that we can conclude that music can connect people. Look at the concerts for example. God knows how many people you can meet there just because you listen to the same artist and enjoy their music. You can even meet the love of your life there.
Let’s say you did.
Your wedding day is coming up and you can’t wait to call each other husband and wife. (Like you don’t do that anyways 😊) You’ve kissed each other now and are officially husband and wife! It’s time for reception. Your wedding day is just one of the rare life events in which the whole family/relatives/friends and loved ones gather. You should take advantage of that and make sure that your nieces and nephews as well as your grandmother and grandfather enjoy equally; like they should.
Yes, it is possible.
They can all forget about their problems (some more than others) and enjoy in the moment. How can they even think about their problems when you’ve incorporated some of the songs that all generations know and love. Yes, you did! Because you’ve read this blog beforehand and went to the concert just for the sake of having fun and you ended up being engaged. You’re welcome 😊 Just like we’ve discussed, the songs below ended up being on your “list of 10 songs that every generation loves”.
- “I will survive” – Gloria Gaynor
- “Celebration” – Kool & The Gang
- “I Wanna DanceWith Somebody (Who Loves Me),” – Whitney Houston
- “Stayin’ Alive “– Bee Gees
- “Mambo No.5” – Lou Bega
- “Macarena,” – Los del Río
- “Footloose “– Kenny Loggins
- “Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! “– ABBA
- “Volare “– Gypsy Kings
- “September” – Earth, Wind & Fire