The MoBster Diaries

Friday, October 31, 2008

The Dancing

Something scary for Halloween, I thought.

We had a super disc jockey at the wedding reception who really kept things moving. He played too many country songs in a row for my taste, but the bride was fine with that, country music fan that she is. Anyway, here are some of the dancing highlights (or lowlights, depending on your point of view).

Bride and Groom's first dance. I don't know the song. Bride will have to send me the title and I'll add it to the post when I get it. I'm sure it was Sarah Evans or somebody like that.

"Rocky Top" had to be played for all the University of Tennessee fans in attendance. Cousin really got into the clogging spirit on this one.

"Shout." Always a favorite. As you can see, folks really got into the spirit of the song. Took MoB a while to get up after the "little bit softer now" part, though.

"The Devil Went Down to Georgia." New Jersey Kathy was horrified to witness that her son Cousin Brian knew all the words to the song. Since when did he go country?

"The Macarena." As I mentioned earlier, Bride swore there'd be no Macarena or Electric Slide, but she had no control over this one. It was requested by Groom's niece.

"New York, New York." Yeah, we did a kickline. How could we not?

The great thing was that people across the age spectrum were out on that dance floor - little kids, teenagers, young folks, old folks. Something for everyone!

The last song played was the Beatle's "All You Need is Love." Everyone was totally spent by the time we ended the evening.

If MoB could dance like that two or three times a weeks, she wouldn't need Weight Watchers!

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