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The soundtrack to marriage you'd love to hear… at someone else's wedding

The most inappropriate wedding songs ever

If you're married, you'll be well aware of the arduous processes involved – venues, cakes and loathsome family members will do their upmost to make your trip down the aisle as pain-staking and wallet-crushing as possible. If you're not married yet, remember that a wedding is a joyous occasion filled with lovely family members, hilarious speeches and most importantly: music.

Once you've talked your partner out of choosing I Will Always Love You as a first dance, drawing up a wedding playlist is your chance to shine. We could give you some suggestions in that department but we figured a list of completely inappropriate songs would be far more entertaining. Sorry. Here's our guide to the music you'd love to hear… at someone else's wedding.

Entrance music

Highway to Hell – AC/DC

Comparing married life to hell is just down-right pessimistic.

Chariots of Fire – Vangelis

Just imagine a bride pretending to run down the aisle in slow motion. Amazing.

Gold Digger – Kanye West

If you overlooked the pre-nuptials – it's too late now.

Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter – Iron Maiden

The father of the bride is probably thinking this anyway!

Exit music

D-I-V-O-R-C-E – Dolly Parton

Didn't Britney Spears do this in Las Vegas?

Another One Bites The Dust – Queen

An ode to all your single guests. They're either laughing at your demise as a singleton or desperately scanning the room for a suitor of their own. Either way, this one's for them.

Exit Music (For A Film) – Radiohead

Depressing, morbid, inappropriate.

Like A Prayer – Madonna

Hopefully that waxwork in the corner of the church will come to life and join the party.

First dance

Fuck Her Gently – Tenacious D

Always a perfect photo moment… of your mother's facial expression.

Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up

This is wrong in so many ways.

Findum Fuckum And Flee – NWA

After reading the song's title, we think it's safe to say that no explanation is needed here.

Too Drunk To Fuck - Dead Kennedys

In marriage, honesty is always the best policy.