How to choose your very special Mother Son Wedding Songs. Each family is unique, which makes every dance between a son and his mum song unique as well. Many times lyrics are important for this dance, but some like something a little more rhythmic.
Think about it carefully, initially you may think as your mum is a fun mum, go with humor. But then on the day, it just may not seem appropriate, as something more meaningful may suit the occasion. It will be remembered forever, through video, so choose wisely. The mother and son dance songs listed here give a little of both.
Contemporary Mother Son Wedding Songs
All To You
Artist: DJ Scott Keo
Genre: Christian Contemporary
My personal favorite mother son wedding song – hands down. Up until I heard this song, I had never even heard of DJ Keo. He has a great voice and the lyrics just match up to so many mother-son relationships.
A Mother’s Song
Artist: T Carter
Genre: Christian, Country
T Carter Music specializes in wedding songs. A Mother’s Song is one of the more popular songs featured on their site. It was specifically made for mother son dances – and it nails it! Check out other T Carter songs for more ideas.
The Man You’ve Become
Artist: Molly Passutti
A song, from the mother’s view, about her son growing up from a little boy to a man. It may be somewhat “sappy” for some, but the lyrics are very touching. Your wedding band/singer may be able to add a twist to this track.
A Mother’s Love
Artist: Mark Masri, featuring Jim Brickman
Genre: Christian Contemporary
A song from the son’s view. Jim Brickman is the most charted male contemporary music artist to date, and his songs are littered throughout this site because they fit so well for many wedding occasions.
Country Mother Son Wedding Songs
Twenty Years Late
Artist: David St. Romain
This song is a great male perspective song for his mom. As the title implies, he tells his mother how much he appreciates her Twenty Years Late.
Artist: Rascal Flatts
Genre: Country, Country Pop
The most upbeat song on this list, which also goes well for a father-daughter dance. My Wish would be unique in the fact that it has “best wishes” type lyrics. This song may work out better for dances with mothers that don’t fit the lyrics of the other songs on this list.
A Mother’s Prayer
Artist: Bonnie Barbey and Kay Crawford
Genre: Christian, Country and Bluegrass
That’s What Mamas Do
Artist: Jason Matthews
A more modern, pure-country song for mom! I love the sentiment of country music and I’m glad Jason Matthews shared his with That’s What Mamas Do.
I Cross My Heart
Artist: George Strait
An oldie but a goodie, George Strait put out this title for the movie soundtrack of Pure Country in 1992. This song hit a #1 peak position on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs.
Other Genre Mother Son Wedding Songs
A cover for the old Lynyrd Skynyrd Simple Man. I think Shinedown brings some extra soul and modern tone for the song (though I know all won’t agree). This song would definitely be a unique pick!
A Song For Mama
Artist: Boyz II Men
With over 4.5 million views on a 2009 Youtube upload, this 1997 mama’s song is still a hit today. I wish I could recommend more R&B; mother son dance songs, but this one song makes up for the lack-there-of.
In My Life
Artist: The Beatles
Genre: Baroque Pop
A vastly popular pick for the mother son dance song! If the mother grew up in the Beatles era, this would be even more appreciated. 50 years old, but this song will ever be a great pick.
The Wind Beneath My Wings
Artist: Bette Midler
The Wind Beneath My Wings is versatile in the fact that it can be used for many different wedding dances. The lyrics are uplifting for whatever occasion or subject. Gary Morris was the original singer for this track, but Bette is a personal favorite.
Artist: Natalie Cole
I love the live video with Natalie’s father up on the big screen singing together. That aside though, this version of Unforgettable has a nice male/female duet that would work well for a mother son dance.
You Raise Me Up
Artist: Josh Groban
Genre: Easy Listening, Operatic Pop
Josh Groban lends his operatic voice and ton for this song. While not directly related to a mother-son relationship, You Raise Me Up can easily be used for it. It’s also a nice song to dance to.
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