Wedding Songs

Monday, 19 September 2011

Since  I was a kid I always wanted to dance to Whitney Houston's."I wanna dance with somebody". i was more than happy to dance with somebody who loves me - my darling husband.
Below are a mix of my favourite wedding songs. Which are yours?

·        No one Like You by Psquare

·        I love you by Psquare

·        Something about you by Dr Sid
·        Oruka by Sunny Neji:

·        Yori Yori  by Bracket

·        Love of My Life by Paul K Dairo

·        Olomi by Tosin Martins

·        Ife wa gbona by Tiwa Savage

·        I Adore You by Banky W

·        Wedding day by 9ice

·        All My Life by Kc & Jojo

·        Three times A Lady By The commodores

·        Fallin by Alicia keys

·        I got you babe by Sonny and Cher

·        Crazy in love by Beyonce

·        Put it on me by Ja Rule

·        When i Fall in love by Nat King Cole

·        I Do by Westlife

·        Endless love by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie

·        I don’t want to miss a thing by Aerosmith

·         You are still the one by Shania Twin

·         Someone like you by Van Morrisson

·         At Last by Etta James

·         Sugar Bum Bum by Lord Kitchener


isha 7 October 2011 at 09:01  

Lovelier than you - B.o.B
The Point of it all - Anthony Hamilton
Stay with you - John Legend
As - Stevie Wonder
Love you I do - Jennifer Hudson
Outside - 2Face

Anonymous,  5 May 2012 at 16:08  

African queen- 2face idibia,
Obimo- obiwon
Weather na 1naira-m.I.
I wanna dance with somebody-whitmey houston

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