Mother Son Dance Songs That Do The Trick

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Lets face it, searching through lists of Mother Son Dance songs can be a drag. In addition, a lot of grooms just aren’t big dancers and would prefer less of the limelight at their wedding. Because of this we have created something affectionately know as the “rule of 2 1/2.” In a word, any Mother Son dance song over 2 and a half minutes just might be too long. 

Secondly, the best Mother Son dance songs normally are short and sweet. After all, it’s important to keep the attention of guests and over 3 minutes on a dance floor can feel like an eternity. That being said, here is a list of meaningful selections that are to the point and will get the job done.

Don’t Overthink It

All thing considered, some of the songs on this list break our “2.5 minute rule” but are too good to exclude. Hire a good DJ that can fade these songs out or edit them properly. In the meantime it may good to start looking for First Dance Songs and Mother Son Dance Songs that could be a good a fit!

About Darby Events

I’ve spent over a decade perfecting my unique style of DJing–combining piano with DJ mixing. This approach has opened opportunities for me to perform all over the country and internationally as well. When it comes to your wedding or special event, I’ll work with you one-on-one to ensure personalized service, simplified planning, and the best value. If you’re looking for the best DJ in Charleston, reach out to me. I would love to be a part of your event. 

Beach Boys: “God Only Knows

Chaz Mazzota: “You’ve Got a Friend” 

Paul Simon: “Loves Me Like a Rock

Lee Ann Womack: “I Hope You Dance

Rascal Flats: “My Wish” 

Jackie Wilson: “Higher and Higher

Shinedown: “Simple Man”

Rod Stewart: “Forever Young”

Ben E. King: “Stand By Me” 

Carrie Underwood: “Mamas Song“

Lady Antebellum: “Never Alone” 

Bette Midler: “Wind Beneath My Wings 

James Taylor : “How Sweet It Is“

Jackson 5: “Ill Be There” 

Nat King Cole: “L.O.V.E.“

The Band Perry: “Mother Like Mine”

Simon & Garfunkel: “Bridge Over Troubled…“

Garth Brooks: “Mom”