My husband and I had this as our wedding song in 1990. My husband just passed away in Oct 2018. This song stands so true for us.....
Wedding song Tattoo inspiration
We had this song at our wedding in 1993. We'll be married 19 yrs in Sept. I'm going to get "til my death I will stand by you" tattooed on my left wrist.
My now husband played this song for me when we were planning the wedding. We ended up using it as our vows, "we sang our vows to each other". After 13 years we are still singing duets together.
We are holding true!
I sang this song to my husband at our wedding going on 20 yrs. ago. Some lyrics to song i have forgotten but this one i have not forgotten. Young girls have ask me to tell about my wedding and when i say i sang to my husband they want to know what song, so i just sing it to them.
We are still holding true to the vows in this song.
played at my wedding
this song came out about a month before my wedding in 1990. i was trying to think of a song my friend could sing. my sister & i were driving down the road, heard the song. we looked at each other and said "that's it!!!"
Our vows song
We were looking for music for our garden wedding and my then fiancee found this beautiful song, that it was played before we read our vows.
Everyone love it and until today guests to our wedding enquiry about this song.
We had an untraditional wedding in a little church in rural Virginia in 1994. My sweet bride marched down the aisle to this song. The groomsmen and I marched down to Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World", then we played this song. It turned out very nice. This was also our first dance song.
all the Glory and Worship belongs to Jesus Christ
i worship God for His grateful and righteousness in my life because of Him my life have a direction and light.nothing is impossible to Him...
rose jane vicente
Still love it
We heard this song many years ago. Today after 28 years of marriage, I still love it. I'm waiting for one of my kids to use it in a marriage ceremony.
I used this song in my sermon/teaching on loving your wife.My sermon was based on Ephesians 5:25-33.
Still a wonderful song!
My lovely bride (wife) and I put this song in our wedding soundtrack back in 1993. I was listening to it again just this morning, and it still is a moving tune. We used the version sung by Kathy Mattea and Tim Obrien (sp?).
God willing, we will be together till death do us part!
How True It Turned Out To Be
My then-boyfriend and I heard this song on the radio, and for some reason it touched us. We played this song during our wedding ceremony. 2 years later he was sent to Iraq. We were apart 18 months. The song turned out to be more appropriate for our lives together than we could have imagined. We've been married 4 1/2 years now.
Are there notes for this song? If so could you please send them to me. To the following Email address: email@example.com
TRUE TO THE HEART
THIS WAS OUR WEDDING MARCH SONG IN 1996, WE MET IN 1982. WE FINALLY MADE IT LEGAL AFTER 14 YRS, AND WERE STILL TOGETHER TODAY 2006. I LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART BOYCE!
LUCILLE WHITE QUILLS
Where to find this song.
This song is on Kathy Mattea's "Collection of Hits" album. The Video is awsome she sang this with Paul Overstreet and Don Schiltz. I'll be playing this song on my 12 string to my beloved wife Carole on our 30th Anniversary this Month.
Michael T Galey
Remembering this song since i was lil', when my cuz and her group sang it...wondering if i could get this sound track off someone...as i can't find it anywhere at our christian shops... loving it!..
I and our friend, Diana, who had introduced my wife Brenda and me, sang this song as a duet to my wife on our wedding day 9 yrs. ago. Everyone loved it and our friend, Diana, had the lyrics printed on a beautiful background and framed as a wedding gift.
I love this song; it is truly heartfelt and everyone should feel this way about their partner when they get married. People marry for so many reasons when the most important reason (love) is sometimes lost along the way. You must always remember why you get with someone. That initial feeling of newness and lust cannot wither away.