Van Morrison Wedding Songs

Even though Van Morrison was not born in America, Ireland, he had made his way into the hearts of many American music fans. Morrison has been recording music since 1963 with his latest release in 2015 titled Duets: Re-working the Catalogue. His style of music includes Celtic, jazz, rock, blues, folk, country and so much more. A discography that encompasses many great Van Morrison wedding songs.

Van Morrison Wedding Songs

Van Morrison has been selected into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame. Morrison has won six Grammy Awards. In addition, he was Knighted in Northern Ireland in 2016 for his musical accomplishments and charitable causes.

Van Morrison has produced countless songs over the years in many different styles. His music could be included in many wedding themes. We have sorted through his discography and selected our favorites perfect for weddings.

Van Morrison Wedding Songs

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Sweet Thing
1968, Astral Weeks

“We shall walk and talk, In gardens all misty and wet with rain, And I will never, never, never, Grow so old again”

You Make Me Feel So Free
1980, Into the Music

“I like a new song to sing, another show or somewhere entirely different to be, But baby you make me feel so free”

Into The Mystic
1970, Moondance

“Just like way back in the days of old, And together we will flow into the mystic”

Someone Like You
1987, Poetic Champions Compose

“I’ve been searching a long time, For someone exactly like you, I’ve been traveling all around the world, Waiting for you to come through”

Have I Told You Lately
1989, Avalon Sunset

“There’s a love that’s divine, And it’s yours and it’s mine, Like the sun at the end of the day, We should give thanks and pray to the One”

Tupelo Honey
1971, Tupelo Honey

“She’s an angel of the first degree, She’s as sweet as Tupelo honey, Just like honey from the bee”

1970, Moondance

“And straight into my arms you will run, And when you come to my heart will be waiting, To make sure that you’re never alone”

I’ll Be Your Lover, Too
1970, His Band and the Street Choir

“You’ll be my queen, I’ll be your king, And I’ll be your lover, too, Yes, I will”

Crazy Love
1970, Moondance

“She gives me love, love, love, love, crazy love”

The Way Young Lovers Do
1968, Astral Weeks

“And then we danced the night away, And turning to each other, say, ‘I love you, I love you’, The way that young lovers do”

Brown Eyed Girl
1967, Blowin’ Your Mind!
The lyrics may not be the most notable for a wedding. However, the song will fill the dance floor with people dancing…

In the misty morning fog with
Our hearts a thumpin’ and you
My brown-eyed girl

The Highest-Charting Van Morrison Songs

  • #9 – Domino, 1970
  • #10 – Brown Eyed Girl, 1967
  • #23 – Blue Money, 1971
  • #28 – Wild Night, 1971
  • #39 – Come Running, 1970
  • #42 – Wavelength, 1978
  • #47 – Tupelo Honey, 1971
  • #61 – Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven When You Smile), 1972
  • #92 – Moondance, 1977
  • #95 – Call Me Up in Dreamland, 1971
  • #98 – Redwood Tree, 1972
  • #101 – Gypsy, 1973
  • #101 – Tore Down a la Rimbaud, 1985
  • #107 – Ro Ro Rosey, 1967
  • #110 – Bright Side of the Road, 1979
  • #119 – (Straight to Your Heart) Like a Cannonball, 1972

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