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The 50 Most Popular Wedding Songs, According To Spotify


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Whether you have one wedding on the calendar this summer or eight, there are certain songs you're bound to hear again and again.

Spotify recently released a list of the top weddings tunes, based on its analysis of more than 400,000 wedding-themed playlists from users around the world. Coming in at No. 1 is "All of Me" by John Legend, followed by "Marry You" by Bruno Mars at No. 2 and "Thinking Out Loud" by Ed Sheeran at No. 3.

You can see and listen to the rest of the top 50 below:

Spotify also zeroed in on "first dance" playlists and determined some of the most popular tracks for that treasured moment. Sheeran has the category on lockdown with two of the top five songs -- "Thinking Out Loud" at No. 1 and "Tenerife Sea" at No. 5. "At Last" by Etta James, "Can't Help Falling In Love" by Elvis Presley and "Marry Me" by Train were other favored selections.

See what other tunes made it into the top 15 below:

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Apartment Moving Tips - free article courtesy of ArticleCity.com

Apartment Moving Tips

by: Suryo Sukendro

Moving is one of the most stressful events in a person's life, especially when not only the possessions are moved, but family and pets are involved. Just like when we were in school, the best remedy for stressful events in life is preparation. www.findmeapad.com has provided the folowing apartment moving and planning guide below containing useful tips to prepare for your move.

The obvious attraction of moving yourself is the possible cost saving. If you can gather a few friends to help, it would make a big difference moving all the furniture and belongings you have collected over the years. The obvious disadvantage is the physical strain you are putting on yourself, not to mention the possibility of injury or damage to the items you are moving.

Be sure to contact a few moving companies and compare their quotes.

Here are a few questions they may ask when quoting a price :

* How many bedrooms in your apartment?

* What is the address of the apartment you are moving from and the apartment you are moving to?

* How many pieces of furniture do you want them to move? (in case you are moving a few items yourself)

* How many boxes do you want them to move?

* What floor is your old apartment on?

* What floor is your new apartment on?

* What day do you want to move on? (Some movers charge extra for Weekend/ Holidays)

You may want to avoid moving on holidays since some movers do not move on holidays. If you are moving to a house, utility/telecommunication companies also generally do not operate on holidays, possibly leaving you stranded for a day or two without basic services.

Here are some questions you would want to know about the movers:

* What rates and charges will apply to your particular move?

* Are they insured? what kind of incidents are covered?

* Do they have worker's compensation insurance? You may want to see their proof of insurance.

* Be careful of movers without a physical address, or if you don't know whether their address is correct.

* It is better if you get recommendations for the mover

Many movers offers discounts or deals through Auto Clubs, Unions, and other organizations. Check with your mover to make sure you take advantage of all possible savings.

Another important thing to do before your move is to go to your local post office, and fill out a Change of Address form. For your convenience, you can also fill out the form online at http://moversguide.usps.com. Don't forget to contact your credit card companies, your bank, your employer, your stock investment companies, and your magazine/newspaper providers to make sure they send all paperwork to the new address.

About The Author

Suryo Sukendro - Licensed real estate agnet in Texas specializing in online apartment locating - FindMeAPad.com

This article was posted on January 30, 2006

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10 of the cheapest U.S. beach towns to buy a home


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You don't have to spend half a million dollars on a beach house -- if you know where to look.

Typically, waterfront homes are worth twice as much as their landlocked counterparts. In California and New York's Long Island Sound, that means many millions. But in parts of Florida, which boasts some of the more affordable waterfront property in the nation, that could mean less than $150,000.

Of course, it may not stay that way for long. The saying among real estate agents, "They don't make waterfront property anymore," is no joke. Thanks to limited available waterfront property and escalating insurance costs, there's simply less available, affordable property to go around.

So if winter is making you dream of ocean views and tropical temperatures, check out these 10 towns around the U.S. where the median home sale prices is under $250,000, or even less.