When it comes to your first dance, you probably either hemmed and hawed over your song choice before taking months of rigorous dance lessons or it was kind of an afterthought and you figured, Hmm, I guess we’ll just pick something romantic and wing it. Either way, here are 12 common picks and what they say about you.

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“At Last” — Etta James

You’ve been planning your wedding since you were seven.

“Thinking Out Loud” — Ed Sheeran

You were seven in 1998.

“(Everything I Do) I Do it For You” — Bryan Adams

You weren’t deterred by the fact that it’s six and half minutes long.

“All of Me” — John Legend

Your sexual chemistry would be described as “electric.”

“How Sweet It Is” — James Taylor

You got 50 percent of your wedding decorations on Etsy.

“Stand By Me” — Ben E. King

You Googled “best first dance songs” and this is the first one that came up.

“The Way You Look Tonight” — Frank Sinatra

You spent four hours taking photos.

“Can’t Help Falling in Love” — Elvis Presley

You got married in Vegas.

“It Had to Be You” — Harry Connick Jr.

Your favorite movie is When Harry Met Sally.

“Better Together” — Jack Johnson

One of your college friends whipped out his guitar at the end of the reception.

“Sea of Love” — Cat Power

You either wore a flower crown or strongly considered it.

“Let’s Stay Together” — Al Green

You’re a realist.

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