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We take a look at the most played wedding songs as compiled by Spotify...
What a beautiful sentiment for a wedding day: 'I've had the time of my life, and I owe it all to you.' Music service Spotify analysed over 78,000 wedding playlists in their analysis.
When Dolly Parton's 1980 hit 9 to 5 comes on, there's a huge rush to the dancefloor!
It's not exactly surprising to see Mr. White on this list. He was affectionately nicknamed 'Walrus of Love' for his romantic songs, and You're the First, the Last, My Everything is an absolute classic!
Scottish identical twics Charlie and Craig Reid - also known as The Proclaimers - will have the whole room singing along to their 1988 hit, I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles).
Another song with a beautiful sentiment. 'Today this could be the greatest day of our lives...' We're sure many people would feel that way on their wedding day!
Let's Stay Together is just one of those songs that makes perfect sense for an occasion like the day of a wedding. When friends and family hear Al Green sing, 'I want to spend my life with you', during the bride and groom's first dance, we're sure there's a few tears!
A true floorfiller! Beyonce's Crazy In Love was recorded in 2003 with her now-husband Jay-Z. 'From my experience I know that couples are more concerned with throwing the ultimate party for their guests than slow-dancing the night away,' explained DJ Sam Young to The Sun. Sam even DJ'd at the Royal Wedding last year! Picture: Beyonce.Tumblr.com
No wedding playlist would be complete without a bit of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. The singer was just eleven when he sung on this timeless classic that always guarantees a packed out dancefloor and a mass singalong... So which songs get played more often?
Stevie Wonder's Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours) makes perfect sense for a wedding, don't you think?
I'm Yours is another song that completely encapsulates the romance of a wedding day... It's the 11th most played song at weddings.
It's no surprise that Adele is on the list given the year she's had, but as her record-breaking album 21 was inspired by a break-up, it's her cover of Bob Dylan's Make You Feel My Love that has been soundtracking the slow dances at weddings.
OutKast's 2003 smash hit Hey Ya! remains a favourite... We challenge you to stay seated when this song gets played! It seems like wedding playlists are leaning towards newer r'n'b rather than old classics. Then again... (AP Photo/John Amis)
'It's a nice day for a white wedding!' Is Billy Idol's 1982 single the only song on this list to be directly about tying the knot?
'If you like it then you should have put a ring on it!' Oh wait... you did! Beyonce's 2008 single is the seventh most played song at weddings. Picture: Beyonce.Tumblr.com
From the unmistakable piano intro to the anthemic vocals, Don't Stop Believing is every inch the classic wedding party singalong. Love it! Photo By Graylock/ABACAUSA.COM
A song that needs no introduction, ABBA's Dancing Queen is a cast-iron classic that will have everyone pulling disco shapes.
Stevie Wonder is one of only two artists to have two entries on the most played songs at weddings list, with Beyonce equalling the feat.
We all know the words to Mr. Brightside, so it takes the bronze medal. Which two songs are more played at weddings?
Released in 2009, Kings of Leon's Sex On Fire boasts an anthemic chorus that will even get grandad singing! So what could have pipped it to the post to be the most played song at weddings?!
When this song comes on in any circumstance, you know it's going to be a good night... So it makes sense that the Black Eyed Peas' 2009 hit record is the most played song at weddings! It seems that hip hop and r'n'b have conquered the wedding playlists this year, with Robbie Williams' classic Angels not quite making the cut this time.