Tanya’s thoughts: Grow Old With You
Henry struck me as a stoic and devoted guy and when he told us about his and Bee Chin’s love story, the impression he left was indellible. He emphasised how his wife is his family’s main pillar of support when he was tied up with work commitments and how accommodating she is towards his needs.
This wedding, in his words, ‘is mainly for her’. Though Henry seemed a wee bit nervous before the dinner started, presumably at the scale of the event, it was particularly sweet when we saw how they gazed at each other during the march-in.
We seemed to get a sense that they had gone through quite a bit in their years together. And seeing their love and relationship come a happy ending in this wedding really made us smile from the bottom of our hearts. The lyrics to one of the songs we played that night, Grow Old With You, couldn’t have been more meaningful and fitting to the occasion.
Life is never a bed of roses, but with someone to walk the journey with you, it just seems a much easier ride.
Band: Tanya, Feri & Fabian
L to R: Fabian, Kian Meng, Bee Chin, Tanya & Feri
L-O-V-E (1st March-In), Lovin’ You, Lover’s Concerto, And I Love You So, Grow Old With You, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, For You, 遇见 (Meeting), 月亮代表我的心 (The Moon Represents My Heart), 情非得已 (I Can’t Help It), 我愿意 (I Do), Dream A Little Dream Of Me (2nd March-In & Champagne Pouring)
For You – A timeless classic by John Denver