Tired of hearing the overused "Here Comes the Bride?" Newlyweds have been playing romantic pop songs when walking down the aisle. But many of the tunes are dead wrong for starting out a happy marriage. Here are some of the worst songs to play at your wedding and why, according to msn.com:

"Every Breath You Take" by the Police
A tune about obsessive love, more suitable as the theme song at a stalker's convention.

"Against All Odds" by Phil Collins
The lyrics tell of a sad guy wallowing in self-pity because his gal left him.

"Without You" by Mariah Carey
A wounded wail of desperation over the loss of love that doesn't exactly add joy to the occasion.

"This I Promise You" by 'N Sync
A tune sung by a bubblegum boy band is a bit lighthearted for a solemn occasion.

"Wicked Game" by Chris Isaak
This seductive song to a woman is a bit steamy for the ceremony, but perfect for getting down on the honeymoon.

"Back At One" by Brian McKnight
A finger-snapping rhythm-and-blues tune reciting why your gal is so right -- and just a tad tacky for a wedding.

"My Heart Will Go" on by Celine Dion
Titanic's Oscar-winning theme is a bittersweet tune about a separated couple -- too sad for newlyweds.


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