Wedding Music That Doesn’t Suck: Frank Turner’s “Song for Eva Mae”

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  • September 17, 2012

I won’t even try and guess how long it’s been since I blogged a “wedding music that doesn’t suck” post. I think I might have been a tad overly ambitious when I started this blog and thought I could think of a new wedding song to showcase each Monday. So I apologize if anyone wanted more regular song suggestions, but I promise you today’s suggestion is a great one – perfect for a father-daughter dance.

The song comes to us from one of my FAVORITE folk-rock artists, Frank Turner. And just check these lyrics:

Now Eva Mae,
Don’t you judge me too hard
I try to be a good man to be the best with what I got
Eva Mae,
I will teach you what I know
And watch over you everywhere that you go

Frank’s voice always gets me, and the tempo of this song is perfect for a slower father-daughter dance. What do you think?

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