The Most Popular Wedding Song the Year You Got Married

Since the late 1980s, every married couple has been gently dancing to this classic song by Van Morrison at their weddings.

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1989: "Have I Told You Lately"

Basically any song that comes with its own challenging, albeit delightful, dance move is a crowd-pleaser. Thanks for this one, MC Hammer.

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1990: "U Can't Touch This"

Leave it to Michael Bolton to tell us everything we need to know about love.

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1991: "When a Man Loves a Woman"

Who didn't pretend they could hit the note at the very end of this Whitney Houston classic? Especially after a few drinks on a wedding dance floor.

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1992: "I Will Always Love You"

Since John Michael Montgomery fit "for better or worse, till death do us part" into this song (you know, vows) it was one of the biggest wedding songs of the '90s.

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1993: "I Swear"

There's a reason this Seal song is still a popular first dance today: It's romantic, dramatic, and his voice sounds like an angel (if you ask us).

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1994: "Kiss From a Rose"

Los Del Rio gave us one of the best line dances every that was guaranteed to be stuck in your head the rest of the week.

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1995: "La Macarena"

Fathers and daughters couldn't get enough of this Celine Dion jam when it came out in the mid '90s and you're still likely to hear it today.

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1996: "Because You Loved Me"

If there's one thing we'll always be thankful Savage Garden gave us, it's this slow song that proves love is all about standing with someone on a mountain.

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1997: "Truly Madly Deeply"

All this song makes us wonder is why doesn't Will Smith make music anymore? Talk about a wedding dance floor masterpiece.

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1998: "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It"