6 Songs Used in S’pore Wedding Dinner That Would Never Go Wrong

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If you’ve been to a Chinese wedding before, the songs that were played are usually the same.

According to Spotify, these are the most popular wedding songs in Singapore:

  1. All of Me – John Legend
  2. A Thousand Years – Christina Perri
  3. Make You Feel My Love – Adele
  4. Stuck On You – Meiko
  5. I’m Yours – Jason Mraz
  6. Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
  7. Lucky – Jason Mraz, Colbie Caillat
  8. You are the Best Thing – Ray LaMontagne
  9. Everything – Michael Bublé
  10. Marry Me – Train

But we beg to differ. Maybe we’ve been to mostly Chinese wedding, or maybe we’re just different.

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Based on the people in our office, there are the most commonly played songs during a Chinese wedding:

Marry You

Every single wedding I’ve been to, I’ve heard this song. And when I say every single wedding, I’m referring to both Singapore and Malaysia Chinese weddings. I don’t know about other countries, but this is the first song that comes to me.

All of Me

Okay, Spotify got this right. After all, it’s such a romantic song, so it’s both apt and romantic. Just don’t try to sing it—it’s damn difficult to hit da high pitch.

Canon in D

Be it a march-in song or a background music, this popular classic never fails to tell me that I’m in a wedding dinner, and also reminds me of My Sassy Girl.

Forever Love

How can there be no Chinese songs in a Chinese wedding? The aunties and uncles will complain! Just an advice: don’t try to sing it. Wang Leehom can hit that pitch because he’s Wang Leehom.


Cute, funny and catchy. It’s a duet somemore. What more can you ask for? I’ve come across a couple singing the song and everyone else singing along with them, even the aunties and uncles.

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A song that is not just catchy, it also comprises lyrics that just makes so much sense. After all, it’s the most important decision a woman makes in her life, right?

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