The ten best gay marriage songs for 2019 have been revealed
The ten best gay marriage songs have been released. (Envato)
The ten best same-sex wedding songs of 2019 were revealed by analyzing Spotify playlists and they are as fabulous as you would expect.
The top spot went to Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)”, which has aired on Spotify 371 million times.
Eventpedia has collected thousands of songs from playlists mentioning the terms “gay marriage 2019” and “LGBT marriage” to find the most popular.
The ten best gay marriage songs of 2019 were:
- “I want to dance with someone (who loves me)” by Whitney Houston
- ‘Dancing Queen’ by ABBA
- “It’s raining men” by The Weather Girls
- “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson
- “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac
- ‘September’ by Earth, Wind and Fire
- “The best of my love” by The Emotions
- Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”
- “I’m going out” by Diana Ross
- ‘Man! I feel like a woman! ‘ by Shania Twain
The average release date for same-sex marriage songs was 1988, while songs for weddings in general were released on average in 2003. Same-sex marriage songs also had a faster tempo and lasted longer than the music for men. other marriages.
The best songs for non-LGBT + weddings included “All of Me” by John Legend, “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur and “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri.
Eventopedia Founder Toby Heelis said, “Weddings are often the most important event in people’s lives, and just as important to have the right music to accompany it.
“The first dance is a defining moment, so making sure you choose the perfect soundtrack is paramount, as well as balancing being emotional and not being too cranky.”
It was announced this month that London’s Heaven nightclub has obtained Westminster Council permission to become a wedding venue.