Do you share a song with someone?

@LifeGuru (923)
Canada
May 4, 2012 3:50pm CST
Okay I hear this from people and people say "OMG THAT'S OUR SONG!" And normally they'd either sing, dance, etc. in that specific song. However, in terms of relationships some people have that special song... How long did you have to wait till you found your special song with that person? I've been with my boyfriend for almost 3 years, he and I could never seem to agree with certain songs since our music preferences are different and he can't dance even if his life depends on it. So I'm just wondering is there anyone out there still trying to find "their song"? If you already found it, then please answer the question above...
9 responses
• Indonesia
5 May 12
I'm one of music lover type of girl, but my husband is not music lover. for that reason we never had special song to remind us each other, but in other way we love to spend our quality time together. it's not a problem at all. I used to share music with my best friend rather with my husband. it's fine
@LifeGuru (923)
• Canada
5 May 12
How did you figure out your wedding song? Like... The one for the dance? That's the part I worry myself about sometimes. Did a friend of your choose one for the both of you?
• Indonesia
5 May 12
Our traditional culture doesn't recognize the wedding song. so for ceremonial there's no wedding song. for entertainment, there is singer who sing the song for wedding ceremony, so I never deal or worry with this -something the song is also not related with romance or wedding, just traditional song. do you really need "special song" for your wedding?
@jricky1 (6809)
• China
7 May 12
lol,i always share beautiful songs with my best friends and also i do really wanna share this with my lover.That's good and we would have many memories in those songs and we just so love it.This is really a good way for you to get closer to the person you like,isn't it?
@yosrinal (65)
• Indonesia
5 May 12
many type of music, and type music of me and his is different, i think with that, i will study character and personality my girlfriend. she likes pop and jazz genre. but we were having a favorite song even sing together ^_^
• United States
5 May 12
Me and my boyfriend dont agree on alot of the same music, but we did find our song about 3 months into our relationship. Its crazy girl by the eli young band. But, dont worry about it you have songs that make you think of him and he probley has songs that makes him think of you its ok if you dont have a set song. IF you ever get married your wedding song could be your "our song". Hope that advice helped.
@Archaiwy (599)
• China
5 May 12
Hi. In my opinion, it doesn't matter whether there is a specifisc song or not. people can build relation by means of many ways. If they have something in common, they will become friends. I have some friends .We often get together, talking ,laughing ,sharing what we have. Or sometimes we just say Hi to each other, but we are still good friends.
• Pakistan
5 May 12
My boyfriend and my preferences for music are also different . . we got one song which we use to say OUR SONG. . Its an Indian romantic song , We often use to sit together and listen that song
• Philippines
5 May 12
My husband and I have theme song. For now I don't find our song.
• Philippines
4 May 12
Hey there. For me, I don't have to tell my partner that this should be our song. When my friends went out for a summer trip, we had a karaoke session. I chose Way back into love because I love that song at that time. My guy said that he will be singing Hugh Grant's line. We sang together. After that, each time we hear that song, we couldn't help but sing along with it or reminisce the time that we did a duet. I think it doesn't have to be planned. For me, what matters most is the connection that the two of you have and knowing that you remember each other each time you hear the song.
@doroffee (4235)
• Hungary
4 May 12
Only one, and interestingly, not with anyone who is really close to me. I listen to lots of music with my friends and family together, but no song is like "Oooooh, that's our song". But there's an ex-classmate (in high school) of mine, whom I was always singing Robbie Williams's Road to Mandalay with, at least the humming parts :D.