Saturday Hustle - September 22

Saturday, September 22, 2012

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This week we're sharing some of our favourite wedding day tracks. Sit back, relax, and enjoy.

Come Away With Me - Norah Jones

In 2002 Norah Jones stunned the world with her intoxicating voice and seamless fusion of jazz and pop for her diamond-certified album Come Away With Me. The album went on to win eight Grammy Awards in 2003, of which Jones collected five. The albums' title song of the same name is one worthy of your special day.

You and Me - Lifehouse

This pop rock single was released in January 2005 — on the band's third studio album Lifehouse — with an extended wedding version done and released in July of the same year. It became such a popular love song that it was later featured in such TV series as Smallville, Grey's Anatomy and The Vampire Diaries.

I'm Yours - Jason Mraz

So I won't hesitate no more, no more

It cannot wait I'm sure

There's no need to complicate

Our time is short

This is our fate, I'm yours

You'll love the feel-good vibe and melodies of the hit I'm Yours, which was released in 2008, and spent more than 70 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.

No One - Alicia Keys

I just want you close

Where you can stay forever

You can be sure

That it will only get better

Keys' raw vocals and emotions were perfectly combined, conjuring up a contagious ballad that won two Grammys and was the most listened song in the US in 2008 with more than three billion listeners.

She's Royal - Tarrus Riley

No I Never Met Someone Shy

Until I Seen Your Eyes

Still I Had To Try, Yeah

He is often described as a breath of fresh air for reggae music and true to this title, Tarrus Riley remains an outstanding musician of The Rock. Every bride wants to be treated like a queen, so let this global hit song help along the way on your wedding day.




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