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The Wedding Song Reneé Rapp

The Wedding Song Lyrics Reneé Rapp

[Verse 1]
There's an old song I wrote for you
It was everything you'd want it to be
A melody lifts, A minor chord fall
It was timeless like you and me
And when the chorus hit it felt like flyin'
It would've played at every wedding night, and
It went like

[Chorus]
You are my one, you set my world on fire
I know there's Heaven but we must be higher
I'm gonna love you 'til my heart retires
Forever we'll last
I think it went something like that

[Verse 2]
There's an old song I wrote for you
I would play it for all of our friends
It'd make 'em all dance, it'd make 'em all cry
When it's over they said, "Play it again"
I would have sang it to you soft and sweet
You'd want it every anniversary
And it went like

[Chorus]
You were my one, you set my world on fire
I know there's Heaven but we must be higher (We must be higher)
I'm gonna love you 'til my heart retires
Forever we'll last
I think it went something like that

[Bridge]
Why'd you have to mess it all up?
Why'd you have to burn it all down?
The words were so perfect
The world should've heard it
I sang every line out loud
Why'd you have to mess it all up?
Why'd you have to burn it all down?
Should've played on the radio
Day after day
'Til they say that it's all played out
And it went like

[Chorus]
You were my one, you set my world on fire
I know there's Heaven but we must be higher
I'm gonna love you 'til my heart retires
Forever we'll last
I think it went something like that

[Outro]
Forever we'll last
I think it went something like that

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Song Credit:–

Song:– The Wedding Song
Singer:– Reneé Rapp
Producer:– Alexander 23, Jon Bellion & Tenroc
Written:– Reneé Rapp, Alexander 23, Amy Allen, Jon Bellion & Tenroc
Label:– Interscope Records
Released:– August 18, 2023

About Reneé Rapp:–

Reneé Rapp is an American actress and singer. She gained recognition for her portrayal of the character Regina George in the Broadway musical "Mean Girls." Reneé was born on September 4, 2000, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Reneé Rapp's talent and passion for performing arts were evident from a young age. She participated in various local theater productions and gained experience in singing and acting. In 2018, she auditioned for the role of Regina George in the Broadway adaptation of the popular film "Mean Girls" and was ultimately cast in the role.

Her performance as Regina George earned critical acclaim and praise for her portrayal of the iconic character. She showcased her singing abilities, stage presence, and comedic timing, establishing herself as a rising star on Broadway.

In addition to her theater work, Reneé Rapp has also released original music as a singer. She has shared her talent through cover songs and original compositions on platforms like YouTube and Instagram.

Reneé Rapp's career is still unfolding, and she continues to pursue opportunities in both theater and music. Her dedication, talent, and charisma have already made her a noteworthy figure in the entertainment industry.