Sister Brother Songs, Best 34Matthew Campbell

sister brother songsSister brother songs are special songs between a bride and her brother. We recommend to first select a song that has special meaning between both the sister and brother. If a special song is not known between the bride and her brother, we suggest our top 34 sister brother songs below.

Sister brother songs may be special if a bride has a special relationship with her brother. In addition, if a bride’s parents have passed away, it would be a special gesture to have a sister brother dance to replace the father daughter dance. If the bride has multiple brothers, the selected song can play as the bride starts dancing with the oldest brother. Then, the younger brothers can cut-in as the song plays.

Sister brother songs

Alicia Keys – Girl On Fire

Barbara Streisand – Memory

Ben E King – Stand By Me

Bette Midler – Wind Beneath My Wings

Bill Withers – Lean On Me

Billy Idol – White Wedding

Brandy – Best Friend

Bruno Mars – Count On Me

Coldplay – Brothers & Sisters

Diana Ross – When We Grow Up

Faith Hill – There You’ll Be

Fleetwood Mac – Landslide

James Taylor – You’ve Got A Friend

John Legend featuring The Stephens Family – It Don’t Have to Change

Keith Whitley and Earl Thomas Connally – Brotherly Love

Kermit the Frog – Rainbow Connection

Lee Ann Womack – I Hope You Dance

Louis Armstrong – What A Wonderful World

Miley Cyrus – I Learned From You

Nat King Cole – I Wish You Love

Nat King Cole – Unforgettable

Partridge Family – Come On Get Happy

Phil Collins – You’ll Be In My Heart

Phineas and Ferb – Little Brothers

Queen – You’re My Best Friend

Randy Newman – You’ve Got A Friend in Me

Rascal Flatts – My Wish

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus – Your Guardian Angel

Rod Stewart – Have I Told You Lately

Terrence Trent D’Arby – Dance Little Sister

The Hollies – He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

The Kinks – Come Dancing

Top Petty – Wildflowers

Whitney Houston & CeCe Winans – Count On Me

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