Suldog posed the question as to what our entrance music would be. It's a hard question. I shall endeavor to answer. I have no way of knowing if any music welcomed me on the day of my birth.
On my wedding day the idiot DJ announced Mr. Lime and me to the Theme from Rocky. I was less than happy because I hadn't thought about the music for that moment and was never asked. Also, just moments before, the DJ informed me he did not have the music requested for our first dance. Were you to watch the video from our reception you'd catch a glimpse of me grimacing as I feigned a smile while telling my beloved through clenched teeth I was going to kill the DJ. I have never been a Stalllone fan. This did not help.
Earlier in the day I had processed down the aisle to Trumpet Voluntary. My cousin the organist thought it was far classier than the traditional Wedding March. I agreed but half expected to see Alistair Cooke greet me instead of Mr. Lime.
Over at Suldog's I said I had given more thought to my exit music. Yes, I know that's morbid but it's the truth. Calypso already knows that when the time comes she will be singing this at my funeral....not that I'm in a hurry mind you...
I suggested perhaps my entrance music should be Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss. I thought if I went with that I should then do something to break the air of pomposity by tripping down the stairs and landing with my skirt over my head. Having already done significant damage to myself via zipline though I think it might be best not to tempt fate further with such an entrance.
Alternately, I considered Santana's Jingo because I do love me some of that. I'm just not sure it has exactly the feel I am going for. I also thought of Prince's Kiss (yeah, that was the only half decent version of the song I could find in my exhaustive 2 minute search) but he'd probably sue me because that's how he is and that's my stripper song anyway.
Ultimately I think perhaps I'd go with this because my entrance song needs to get everyone on their feet and dancing.