Top 7 Tom Petty Wedding Songs You Will Love
Tom Petty is the frontman for the rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Our list is for Tom Petty solo and also for the band as a whole.
We assembled our favorite Tom Petty wedding songs that can be added to any playlist.
Tom Petty Wedding Songs
Learning to Fly
1991, Into the Great Wide Open
As a son or daughter grows up an analogy can be made that they are learning to fly and spread their wings. With this analogy, the song makes for a great Mother-Son or Father-Daughter dance song.
I’m learning to fly, but I ain’t got wings
Coming down is the hardest thing
With the following lyrics, Wildflowers makes for a great Father-Daughter or Mother-Son dance song.
Run away, find you a lover
Go away somewhere all bright and new
Wildflowers can also make for a great processional song with the following lyrics:
1977, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
If you have a loving relationship with your lover that you have been through many twists and turns, this song could be your first dance song or accent to the cake cutting.
With lots of places to run to
And if she had to die tryin’
She had one little promise she was gonna keep
1989, Full Moon Fever
If you want to take the title of the song as a metaphor that you are free-falling in love, then this is a great First Dance song as a married couple.
She’s a good girl, loves her mama
Loves Jesus and America too
Here Comes My Girl
1980, Damn the Torpedoes
Love this song as a groom waits for his bride to walk down the aisle to the altar. This song can make for a great Bride Entrance song.
Here comes my girl, here comes my girl
Yeah, and she looks so right; she is all I need tonight
1996, She’s the One Soundtrack
Probably the most appropriate wedding song on our list and makes for a perfect First Dance song.
Yeah I found an angel, I found my place
I can only thank God it was not too late
I Won’t Back Down
1989, Full Moon Fever
If you are looking for a more serious or light-hearted song, depending on your participants, for your garter toss or bouquet toss, this is the song to capture the moment.
You can stand me up at the gates of hell
But I won’t back down
Tom Petty’s highest-charting Songs
- #7 Free Fallin’, 1989
- #10 Don’t Do Me Like That, 1979
- #12 I Won’t Back Down, 1989
- #13 Don’t Come Around Here No More, 1985
- #13 You Don’t Know How It Feels, 1994
- #14 Mary Jane’s Last Dance, 1993
- #15 Refugee, 1980
- #18 Jammin’ Me, 1987
- # 19 The Waiting, 1981
- #20 You Got Lucky, 1982
- #21 Change of Heart, 1983
- #23 Runnin’ Down a Dream, 1989
- #28 Learning to Fly, 1991
I hope you enjoyed our list of Tom Petty wedding songs. If you have a song not on our list that you think should be, please comment it below so we can add it to our list.
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