Exit Songs for Weddings
Including some French songs perfect for a wedding can never go wrong since it is the language of love.
So, let’s have a look at some of the French exit songs for a marriage.
La Vie en Rose: Sung by Edith Piaf, this track is simply a perfect one for a romantic occasion. You are likely to witness an impromptu sing-along wherever you are.
Ne me quittes pas: Sung by Jacques Brel, this desperate song delivery cannot be ignored. ‘Don’t leave me’ the singer implores throughout the track. This can surely melt your beloved’s heart.
Parlez-moid’Amour: An early 20th-century classic, this song is very charming. Sung by Piaf, Dalida, and Greco, this contemporary track adds magic to any romantic event.
Clair de Lune: This is Debussy’s most popular piano piece that adds a hint of perfection to any live performance. How can anyone not play this on a romantic moonlit event?!
La Rumeur: Sung by an acoustic singer-songwriter Christophe Mae, this song pours the feeling of heartbreak and shines a ray of hope through the lyrics. He insists upon ‘opening up the heart. Otherwise, I’ll sink’ in his romantic French song.
Le Tourbillon De La Vie: This song is from the French movie Jules et Jim sung by Jeanne Moreau. This song depicts the constant separation of two lovers and then getting back together, promises made by each other before parting ways again.
Je t’aime: Though this song is a complete cliché, it should be included in every romantic occasion.
Sung by Brigitte Bardot, the lyrics are written to show love to the singer’s third husband, a millionaire playboy Gunter Sachs, who showered her home with roses from his helicopter, what an impressive way! Anyone girl would melt easily.