If you do a lot of reading between your dates, it would be nice to have someone to keep up with your reading. If your new spouse is a fan of classic rock, it would be a great idea to have your new spouse listen to your reading.
We can’t always count on our spouses to be the same as we are, but it’s nice to know that when you’re in a hurry, you can always count on your spouse to show up. Sure, you’ll miss important details that the other person might miss, but you can always count on your spouse to be more thorough than you.
I’m sure that there are plenty of movies that would be a breeze for everyone, but one of the few that has a special place in my heart are films like The Wedding Singer and The Man with the Golden Gun, both of which I am a fan of. When I was in college, I was able to attend my first wedding, which was one of the best and most memorable of my life. That was the day that my wife gave me the wedding ring.
The movie The Wedding Singer is a romantic comedy, set in the 1940s in Los Angeles. It’s about an aspiring singer (played by Meryl Streep) who hopes to become a movie star (played by Olivia Munn) after she meets her guy (played by Jim Carrey). The film takes place in and around a Hollywood social scene, and it’s not a surprise that it has such a dedicated following.
The song in the movie, written by songwriter John Michael McKnight, was originally scheduled to be used as a wedding soundtrack, but its not in the movie. The movie instead uses a song called “The Wedding Singer” by Tom Waits. In any case, the song has a great tune and I’m going to be sad to see it go.
It’s strange that the song of the wedding is sung by a person with amnesia.
Interesting. I was thinking that maybe the song was written by a person with amnesia who just wanted to use the song to show that their “amnesia” was a joke and that being “amnesiac” was fine.
I don’t know if that was the case, but I do know that it has a great tune.
It was actually written by the guy who wrote the song “The Wedding Singer” by Tom Waits. It was first released in 1988.
I’m sure that that song is not going to be sung much at the wedding, but Im sure Im going to miss that tune.