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Who got married to Led Zeppelin music?

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there was a live band at our reception. the linwood taylor blues band. linwood played the blues and slipped in alot of page improv in the songs.

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I know it sounds a bit posh, but we had a harpist at our wedding and I had her play STH, it actually sounded great as it was so subtle. Plus I wore a Zeppelin t shirt under my snazzy clothes...

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Got married in 2006 with "Thank You".. Was going for "I'm Gonna Crawl" but my wife didn't like it...

Actually, another good wedding song would be Robert Plants tune "The Greatest Gift".. awesome song!!!

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I'm not one of those girls that thinks far in advance of dresses, but I have thought about my songs already. Bron-Yr-Aur for sure.

Myself and a friend have an ongoing joke that our wedding song is When the Levee Breaks. I don't even know what that means.

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If I got married again, yes that would be nice.

There should be amendments to marriage vows. After a while, marriage is overrated, unless one or both of you are afraid to get old by yourself, AND if you can't afford to live by yourself.

The amendments should be as follows:

It should be like a mortgage, pick your term - 10 yr fixed, 15, or 30 year fix, whatever. After the term is up-one or both parties should be able to re-evaluate what is there (or not there any longer). If it is still good, well than fine, re-invest another 10 or 20 years, take out another mortgage so to speak. If after your original term and you find out that you've got nothing in common anymore, or it will not work for another term, then say hasta la vista baby.

Sorry, got carried away off topic. What was the question?

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I had a John paul Jones instrumental played at my 2nd wedding !!

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I wanted Zep music in the church but it wasn't really allowed back in 1979 like it is now. ( I wanted Thank You, cos i was in love) :wub: All say aahhh.

But I had some Zep played at the reception. B)

At my best friends wedding we had a lot of Zep in the reception. Plus a few of us got quite stoned.

It was funny becuae we looked pretty similar back then and his wifes grandmother came over to congratulate me for marryin g her grandaughter :o:lol:

Silly old fool. or perhaps she had parttaken of a little substance beforehand :blink:

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For a marriage surely "Trampled Underfoot" would be more appropriate?

After my first wife I would have agreed with that statement! She tried to take me for everything I was worth. The good news is I married again and it has worked out just fine.

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My first wife and I danced to Big Log.

Like most women she "liked" Robert! ;)

Got divorced to The Honeymoon Is Over by The Cruel Sea! :rolleyes:

Edited by Reggie29

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Better question.?. maybe who um fooled around in various places alot listening to Zep................lol :P

Start that thread :P

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I just found out last week that a co-worker of mine got married to "Sea Of Love" by The Honeydrippers. Does that count?

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Once my (now ex-) wife got down the aisle, we played Thank You and All My Love.

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