I’ve been sitting on this one for a while. It’s been years since my Shidduchville Correspondent introduced me to the following gem by Gad Elbaz. It still makes me laugh when I hear it.
I briefly entertained the idea of pulling together a related playlist, but discarded that idea when I realized I’d just be inundated with everyone’s favorite lovelorn secular songs. Not the road down which I’d like to travel.
I also realized that most of the songs that I’d put on the list are only tangentially related. For example, “I Feel Pretty” from West Side Story helps me understand the minds of engaged girls, and reassures me that the pasttime of making fun of them crosses all cultures and nationalities. Thus, it makes it high on my list. But so does Abie Rotenberg’s “The Wedding Song” and that other one about driving up the turnpike to New York.
But I didn’t want to get into that. Just for your entertainment, here’s a song by Gad Elbaz about… well...
Warning: link goes to Grooveshark.