With weddings taking place across the country this weekend, we asked guests to choose their favorite blessing song.
Here are their answers.
“God Bless America” is an American folk song that was performed on American Independence Day in 1776.
The song was adapted for the American Civil War by American singer and songwriter Aaron Copland.
This patriotic song is one of the country’s most popular and recognizable songs.
“The Ballad of Billy Graham” is a popular American folk tune.
It was composed by Billy Graham in 1952 and has been sung by millions of Americans for more than 60 years.
It is one the most beloved songs in the United States and is a favorite among Evangelical Christians.
“I’ll Be Home for Christmas” was the country hit of the 1960s.
It became a national anthem in 1972.
It has been performed by more than 15 million people each year.
“Let’s Get Happy” is the popular Christmas song of the 1950s.
In the 1970s, the song became a patriotic anthem.
It received an Academy Award nomination in 1983 and a Grammy nomination in 2005.
It also received an Emmy nomination in 2010 for Best Pop Song for its depiction of the story of the Christmas Tree in the 1950’s.
“Holly Jolly Christmas” is one popular song in the Christmas tradition.
It first appeared in the 1930s, and is often used by children and adults alike to encourage good behavior and cheer.
It originated in Pennsylvania and has become a favorite holiday tradition throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.
“My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” is also a popular song for children.
The show has been on television since 1989 and has a worldwide audience of more than 10 million.
The songs are often played during Christmas celebrations, such as New Years Eve and Christmas Eve.
“We Can Do It” is another popular Christmas tradition, and it is often performed by children during the holidays.
“White Christmas” became a popular Christmas staple in the 1980s and 1990s.
The traditional song is written and sung by the White family, and was performed by hundreds of millions of people across the United United States in the early 1980s.
“Happy Birthday, Little Prince” is popular with children and was a favorite of Disney’s Mickey Mouse character Mickey Mouse from Disney’s live-action film Mickey Mouse’s World in which he plays the role of a little prince.
“Auld Lang Syne” is from the Christmas classic, “A Christmas Carol,” written by Edgar Allan Poe in 1619.
The tune is one that many people know, but is rarely performed by adults in the US.
“O Come All Ye Faithful” is sung by thousands of American Christians each year on Christmas Eve and is one song that has become increasingly popular in recent years.
In 2017, more than 40 million people in the U.S. sang the song at Christmas.
“America the Beautiful” is performed by dozens of churches each year, including churches of many denominations.
“Blessings and Ballads” is by country singer and poet Willie Nelson.
“Jingle Bell Rock” is based on the classic American folk ballad, “Jolly Rogers.”
It has become one of country music’s most recognizable songs, particularly with the release of the new Broadway musical “Hamilton.”
“Let It Snow” is written by Willie Nelson and is sung in various ways across the world, including the United Nations, at Christmas and at other times.
It comes from the lyrics “God blesses the USA.”
“I Love You, Man” is often played in the middle of the night at Christmas, with the lyrics written by Johnny Cash, who is also the president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
The lyrics were written to commemorate the Confederate defeat in the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863.
“Little Red Hen” is perhaps the most well-known blessing song in English.
It dates back to the 16th century, and has played in many churches for thousands of years.
“Walt Disney World” is home to Disney characters including Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
It opened in 1996 and features a world of Mickey, Minnie, Donald Duck, Goofy and many other characters.
“Dixie Chicks” is known for its gospel-inspired songs.
The music, popular among the LGBTQ community, has become so popular that Disney has changed its name to “Dinosaurs in Space” to reflect its mission.
“Sesame Street” is credited with popularizing children’s programming.
The popular show began in 1962 and was named after the late broadcaster Sesame Street, which featured children singing songs about science, history, nature and the arts.
“Shrek” is still the most popular animated film series, with an estimated 150 million worldwide viewers.
The characters are all grown and have their own careers and interests.
“Don’t Stop Believin'” is an upbeat and soulful song, with a strong American folk influence.
It began as a song by blues singer Billie Holiday and has gone