Summer of 69

@Anne18 (11036)
September 6, 2008 5:06pm CST
Years ago on the radio they always played this record from Bryan Adams that I actually believed that he was a one hit wonder and this was the only record that he had ever made!! I know different now as the theme from Robin Hood i had played at my wedding. Talking about the theme from Robin Hood have you heard the funny story about the couple who wanted the theme music played at there white wedding as they walked down the alise. The organ man actually played Robin Hood, Robin Hood and his band of merry man. (it wasn't my wedding as I didn't get married in church). Can you image how upset they were, but what a funny story to tell years later
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• India
19 Jan 09
this was the first and the most liekable english song i had heared by listinig this music i got full of energy and stat playing my guitar
@Trace86 (5034)
• United States
6 Sep 08
I absolutely adore Bryan Adams! He has such an amazing voice. I especially love the song he did with Sting and Rod Stewart, All For Love. This is a nice video of it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8GWZq1U-LY He also did another song for one of those live aid-type shows a few years ago, I can't remember the name and I never found a copy of it. I actually just remembered it now and will have to scour youtube for it immediately.
@Humbug25 (12551)
6 Sep 08
Hello Anne18 Hahaha I think that is really funny and I am sure the couple will laugh about it too one - blimey, how embarrassing though!!
• Canada
6 Sep 08
Don't know the newer themesong you are talking about, but I can imagine how upsetting the mixup would be. The best thing to do would be to be as SPECIFIC as possible. If a song is from Aladin, for example, one might specify "A whole new world" instead of just saying "that song from Aladin" (that was the only movie song I could remember the title of right now...) Oh, the poor bride and groom! I hope the organist caught heck for that one!!