Music Played17 items
Queen Crazy Little Thing Called Love
The Game, Island, 5
Elbow One Day Like This
(CD Single), Fiction, 1
Love Affair Everlasting Love
Heartbeat - Forever Yours, Sony
David Bowie Modern Love
David Bowie - Best Of Bowie, EMI
10cc The Things We Do For Love
The Greatest Hits Of 1976 (Various), Premier
Scouting for Girls She's So Lovely
(CD Single), Sony BMG
ABC The Look Of Love
And Then She Kissed Me Vol.1 (Various, Debutante
Sammy Davis Jr. The Candy Man
Hits Of 1971 & 1972 (Various Artists), Polydor
John Paul Young Love Is In The Air
20 Songs Of Love From The 70's (Vario, MFP
Edison Lighthouse Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)
70's Number Ones Vol 3, Old Gold
The Cure Friday I'm In Love
True Brit (Various Artists), Polygram Tv
Yvonne Fair It Should Have Been Me
The Motown Collection (Disc 2), Telstar
Mika Love Today
(CD Single), Casablanca
The Beatles All You Need Is Love
The Beatles - 1, Apple, 6
Elton John Are You Ready For Love
(CD Single), Southern Fried
Frank Sinatra Love & Marriage
My Way - The Best Of Frank Sinatra, Reprise
ABBA I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do
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A Truly Memorable Occasion!
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Pause For Thought
From Canon Ann Easter, Chief Executive of a Charity and Chaplain to the Queen:
"What an exciting day! I love a wedding and I’ve got my waterproof mascara on because I’m bound to have a little cry... I always find weddings terribly moving. After all, we’re seeing one human being say that they love another one so much that they want to devote their whole life to them. But each time two people commit themselves to each other like that, our hope in the future is redeemed.
Just like millions of others before them, today William and Catherine will promise to have and to hold each other - ‘for better, for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death us do part’.
No matter how much we love someone, or how confident we are about our mutual attraction, we can’t possibly know them entirely and neither do we know what the future will bring. So it’s a great leap of faith in each other, in love and in God, especially for this young couple whose every glance will be monitored by the world.
But I’m so glad that they’re taking that step because marriage is good news for everyone. Marriages – and I’d want to add civic partnerships too - are important knots in the fabric of our society; that sense of being seriously, publicly committed for the long haul, no matter what, gives our communities strength and stands out in our throw-away world to remind us of what matters among all the dross.
When Catherine and William hold hands, look into each other’s eyes and kiss on the balcony, it won’t just be the crowds who’ll be cheering; I think the angels will whoop with joy too because we’ll have caught a glimpse of what God’s like; the love and passion of a happy couple echo God’s love for each and every one of us.
So, may God bless them and give William and Catherine many, many years of joy and laughter together."
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