If you’re looking for the perfect Aaron Lewis wedding song, then you’ve come to the right place. Our list of his best wedding songs will help you find the right track for every moment of your big day from your first dance, to when you walk down the aisle, and so much more.
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Best Aaron Lewis Wedding Songs
Whether you need a romantic first dance song or a reception entrance tune to energize your guests, you’re sure to find at least one track on our list of the 7 best Aaron Lewis wedding songs that is perfect for your celebration.
Aaron Lewis First Dance Songs
The best Aaron Lewis songs for your first dance. Our top picks are: Someone and Tangled Up.
No one else could’ve
Loved me like you do
Thank God my someone’s you
Tangled Up (2011)
You’re the fire
That warms me when I’m cold
You’re the hand
I have to hold as I grow old
Want to see more country first dance songs? Then be sure to check out this article: 60 Best Country First Dance Songs
Aaron Lewis Upbeat Songs
The best Aaron Lewis upbeat songs are: That Ain’t Country and Endless Summer.
That Ain’t Country (2016)
It’s full of tales of good times and happy endings
My life ain’t like that
So I’ll keep listenin’ to the old songs
That my grandad used to play
Endless Summer (2012)
Loadin’ up and livin’ right
Fast cars on a summer night
Breeze is warm and the music’s right
Want to see more upbeat country dance songs? Then be sure to check out this article: 100 Best Country Dance Songs
Aaron Lewis Slow Songs
If you’re looking for something more intimate or mellow, then these slow songs from Aaron Lewis are your best bet. They’re also ideal for your prelude, cocktail hour, dinner, and as background music.
The best Aaron Lewis slow songs are: Love Me, Forever, and Party In Hell.
Love Me (2019)
We all fall down some days
But you try to love me
You try so hard to save me
I can see it in your eyes
The sparkle shines forever
This is forever
Party In Hell (2012)
The bartender only serves brown liquor in hell
And that sure sounds like heaven to me
So let’s have a party and tell ’em I’m home