9 Amazing Wedding Songs For Millennials That Are NOT 'Thinking Out Loud'

9 Amazing Wedding Songs For Millennials That Are NOT 'Thinking Out Loud'

I love you Ed Sheeran, but I just simply can't handle hearing that song at another wedding.

So you're engaged (or building your dream wedding on Pinterest dropping not-so-subtle hints to your boyfriend, whatever, both are acceptable for all intensive purposes!)

The planning should be one of the most joyous times of your life, however you'll start to face decisions you didn't even think about... I'm talking to you $2000 rented lighting.

But for one of the most obvious decisions, you definitely want to stand out because, trust me girl, we love you, but if we hear the prelude to "All of Me" by John Legend one more time we're gonna need that open bar ASAP.

1. Northern Wind- City and Colour

"You're the other half you're like a missing piece"

2. Let's Get Married- Jagged Edge

"Meet me at the altar in your white dress, We ain't getting no younger, we might as well do it"

3. Angel/ Better Together- Jack Johnson

"She gives me presents with her presence alone, she gives me everything I could wish for, she gives me kisses on the lips just for coming home"

4. Kissing in Cars- Pierce the Veil

"She was always the one, I'll repeat it again, the one, No such thing as too young"

5. Die a Happy Man- Thomas Rhett

"If I never get to build my mansion in Georgia, drive a sports car up the coast of California, oh if all I got is your hand in my hand, baby I could die a happy man"

6. Cover Me Up- Jason Isbell

"But home was a dream, One I'd never seen till you came along"

7. The Matrimony- Wale and Usher

"If there's a question of my heart, you've got it, it don't belong to anyone but you"

8. The Girl (Acoustic)- City and Colour

"You don't ask for no diamond ring, no delicate string of pearls, that's why I wrote this song to sing my beautiful girl"

9. Get You- Alex Aiono and William Singe

"Every time I look into your eyes, I see it. You're all I need."

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After 'Extremely Wicked' And 'The Stranger Beside Me,' We Now Understand The Criminal Mind Of Ted Bundy

1 hour and 50 minutes, plus 550 pages later.


Netflix recently released a movie in May called "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile" (2019), based on the life of Ted Bundy from his girlfriend's viewpoint.

In 1980, an author and former Seattle police officer, Ann Rule, published a book about her experience and personal, close friendship with Ted Bundy, called "The Stranger Beside Me."

These two sources together create an explosion of important information we either skim over or ignore about Ted Bundy. Watching this movie and reading this book can really open your eyes to who Ted Bundy really was. Yeah, there are the confession tapes on Netflix, too, but these other things can really tie it all into one big masterpiece of destruction.

I swear, it will blow your mind in different ways you never thought possible.

In the movie, "Extremely Wicked", Zac Efron stars as the infamous Ted Bundy, America's most notorious serial killer. He portrayed the murderer who kidnapped, killed, and raped 30 women or more. Personally, he made a great Ted Bundy, mannerisms and all. Lily Collins stars as Ted's girlfriend who was easily manipulated by Ted and believed that he was innocent for years.

The movie is told in the order that Liz, Ted's girlfriend, remembers.

In the book, "The Stranger Beside Me", Ann Rule writes about Ted Bundy, who used to be her old friend. They met while working at a crisis center in the state of Washington and were close ever since. Like Liz, Ann believed he was innocent and that he was incapable of these horrific crimes.

Ted Bundy had made both Liz and Ann fools. He easily manipulated and lied to both women about many things for years, his murders being "one" of them.

Okay, so we all know that Ted Bundy was absolutely guilty as hell and totally murdered those women. 30 women or more. He literally confessed to that, but researchers and authorities believe that number to be way higher.

But... you must know that the movie and the book tell two different stories that lead to the same ending. That's why it's so intriguing.

At one point, I couldn't stop watching the movie. Then, I bought Ann Rule's book and was completely attached to it. I couldn't put it down.

For me, Ted Bundy is interesting to me. Unlike most young girls today, I don't have a thing for him nor do I think he's cute or hot. I know that he used his charm and looks to lure women into his murderous trap. That's why it's so hard to understand why this movie and book created a new generation of women "falling in love" with Ted Bundy.

GROSS: He sodomized women with objects. He bludgeoned women with objects or his own hands. He was a necrophile. Look those up if you have not a clue of what they mean. That could change your mind about your own feelings for Ted Bundy.

After "Extremely Wicked" and "The Stranger Beside Me", I now understand the criminal mind of Ted Bundy. He was insane, but he was also smart, put together, educated, charming, and lots more. That's why I'm so interested in why his brain was the way it was.

The criminal mind is an interesting topic for me anyway, but for Ted Bundy, it was amazing to learn about.

I highly recommend both the movie and the book I quickly read in two weeks! If you want answers, they are there.

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