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You know, you can't leave even a simple task to a man can you

Now, mine and Yorkie's taste in music does not always coinside. And neither of us really play a lot of music either. So we don't have an 'our song', which makes choosing a song for our first dance a little tricky (as do comments such as "...oh. You want a SLOW dance??".

There is always going to be a bit of me that wants Robbie Williams or Bon Jovi for our first dance... but as it is common knowlege that I fancy the pants off BOTH of those guys, it wouldn't go down very well .

So that's my choices blown out of the window before we even start (It should be Robbie's "She's the one" or Bon Jovi's "Bed of Roses"). Therefore I asked my beloved to come up with a tune.

More than a year ago.

And has he found one?

Don't be daft! He's not LOOKED or even THOUGHT about it.

And because I've mentioned it a few times over that last two weeks (every other day actually, having stepped up from once or twice a month as I need to know NOW) I'm now 'nagging' so he's refusing to do anything about it.

The remedy? Simple. I have found a selection of songs (which I may add to over the next day or two if they get a nasty recation) and I will present them to him tonight. With a bit of luck he may accept one of them in which case that's one less thing to deal with. If not... then he may be asked to look for funeral tracks instead!

This should be a link to the list (so far) at YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=E05DCDEA620F33F0

Left to himself, we'd end up with this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L1Q6rTfdg0

The pressure's not getting to me... not even a little bit... tick tick... twitch!

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