Best slow dance song ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beechwoodfan
    Color My World by Chicago
    That's one that I missed.
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    Shake You Down by Gregory Abbott

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    Always and Forever - Heatwave

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    1.) To Love Somebody = The Bee Gee's
    2.) Three Times a Lady = The Commodores (L. Richie)
    3.) Unchained Melody - Righteous Brothers

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    "These Arms Of Mine" by Otis Redding

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    On two different notes:
    Every Rose Has It's Thorn (Poison)
    What A Wonderful Life (Louy Armstrong)

    We danced to Wonderful Tonight at my wedding so that's up there.

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    Never, never gonna give you up
    Can't get enough of your love babe

    Barry White - or just about anything by him

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    I love dancing to "Unchained Melody". It's a classic. I also have to put my favorite slow song of all time on here and that is Tracy Bird's "Keeper of the Stars".

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    Misty or Moon River by Johnny Mathis.....

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    Marvin Gaye - Lets get it on.

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    This question 100% depends on your intentions.

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    I Want to Make It With You by Bread...........ahhhhhhh the memories!

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    Wonderful Tonight

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    If I Fell by The Beatles
    Moon River by anybody

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa
    As my slow dancing days were a few years prior to most on this board, here are a few more:

    Hey Jude, the Beatles and Stairway to Heaven, Led Zeppelin (And you were REALLY cool if you kept slow dancing when the song got louder and/or faster. Nothing was going to tear the two of you apart).

    I'll be There, Jackson 5
    Wild Horses, The Rolling Stones

    Another vote for Unchained Melody, The Righteous Brothers

    More recent:

    When You Say Nothing at All, Allison Krauss. This song is just about perfect. Not only is the voice from heaven singing to you, but she's telling you that you don't have to say a thing and that's just fine with her.

    I Will Always Love You, Dolly Parton
    Oooh, I'm mad that I forgot that one. The Sundays do a good cover of it.

    Lucky by Bif Naked is another one that comes to mind.

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