Sweetheart Schottische song suggestions needed for wedding!

Discussion in 'Country and Western' started by STG2be, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. STG2be

    STG2be New Member

    Hi there! I'm not sure how active this forum is, but it seemed like a good place to seek advice! My fiance and I love to country dance together (although we can't go as often as we'd like!). When we get married next year, we have thought about doing a traditional slow song dance, followed by a Schottische, because it's one of our favorites to do together. So, now I'm trying to find a song that at least has some "love" theme to it, but would be the right beat for this dance. We like to do it with a quick pace! The only one I've heard on the radio, and could feel my feet doing a schottishe, is Patty Loveless's song "Lovin' All Night" (a remake actually, but I forget original artist).

    Any other suggestions out there!? Thanks in advance!

    Susan
  2. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    Hi STG2be. Welcome. I know nada about schottische, but I beleive we have a couple members who do.

    So here's hoping you get a useful response soon. :? 8) Congrats on the upcoming nuptials, and welcome to the forums. 8)
  3. Mt2stepper

    Mt2stepper New Member

    Hi Susan,

    I'm not sure how helpfull this list will be. Here is a list of some Schottische songs. I think there a couple of them have a romantic theme.

    Song, Artist, Album, Beats per Minute

    Chain Reaction, Paul Brandt, Outside The Frame, 144
    Jukebox Junkie, Ken Mellons, Country Dance Super Hits, 156
    Summer's Comin', Clint Black, Greatest Hits, 156
    Bad For Good, Deryl Dodd, Deryl Dodd, 135
    Holdin' On To Something, Jeff Carson, Jeff Carson, 130
    Papa Loved Mama, Garth Brooks, Ropin' The Wind, 162
    Only Young Once, River Road, River Road, 148
    Keys To My Heart, Lonestar, Crazy Nights, 156
    I Left Something Turned On At Home, Trace Adkins, Dreamin' Out Loud, 152
    She Ain't Your Ordinary Girl, Alabama, In Pictures, 152
    We All Get Lucky Sometimes, Lee Roy Parnell, We All Get Lucky Sometimes, 156
    Reckless, Alabama, Cheap Seats, 140
    Give Me One More Shot, Alabama, Greatest Hits 3, 168
    Back Up Against The Wall, Travis Tritt, The Restless Kind
    Framed, Chris Knight, Chris Knight, 146
    I Can Love You Better, Dixie Chicks, Wide Open Spaces, 119
    Honky Tonk World, Chris LeDoux, 20 Greatest Hits, 164
    Fallin' Never Felt So Good, Shawn Camp, Shawn Camp, 140

    I hope this helps, I know someof them aren't very romantic. Good luck with your wedding and dancing.

    Rick
  4. SDsalsaguy

    SDsalsaguy Administrator Staff Member

    Thnaks for helping out Mt2stepper, and welcome to the DF STG2be! :D

    Anyone else?
  5. Vince A

    Vince A Active Member

    STG2be,

    Did any of this help???
  6. tsb

    tsb Well-Known Member

    try the beatles' "lucy in the sky with diamonds" - it starts as a waltz & transitions into a schottische in the same song.
  7. Vince A

    Vince A Active Member

    Two more very traditional songs:

    Mr Man In The Moon - Patty Loveless
    Sweetheart Schottische - Issac Payton Sweat

    The second being more romantic . . .
  8. Vince A

    Vince A Active Member

    Why . . . I didn't know you did C&W dancing?
  9. tsb

    tsb Well-Known Member

    i don't! but the schottische is a historical dance step, and if it's similiar to the C&W version, then the beatles song would work pretty well.
  10. Vince A

    Vince A Active Member

    Historical??? Not know that I didn't . . .
  11. tsb

    tsb Well-Known Member

    yeah, it was common during the victorian period.

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  12. STG2be

    STG2be New Member

    Yes! Wow, thanks for all the ideas! I'm not familiar with all of the songs mentioned, but I'll check them out. I really appreciate the suggestions! Special thanks to Rick (Mt2stepper) for taking time to provide such a long list of possibilities! I still have plenty of time before the wedding to decide, but it's nice to be giving it some thought. Certainly more fun than thinking about the catering budget and such! :)

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