Let Her Go-A Wedding Song From Parents

I meant to include this on my post about our daughter’s marriage and forgot. I wrote a song for her, played during the entrance of parents and grandparents. If you know any publishers who would like to buy my song and make it fabulous, send them my way. 😀

Many thanks to Iachod Media for recording, adding beautiful instruments and editing!

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28 Responses to “Let Her Go-A Wedding Song From Parents”

  1. EvelynEnsey says:

    Dear Kelly, So beautiful & touching. You made me cry! I hope someone picks this up & runs with it.We Mothers are here to give them nurture, but we have to let them go, little by little, every day of their lives, hoping we have given them strong wings for them to fly away from our nest. You will miss her for the rest of your life! Hold on to your wonderful memories!

  2. Nancy says:

    I listened, and I loved it! Cannot wait for the big day. Love you! We will cry together through the next few years. My baby is 21 today!

  3. Cayce says:

    Kelly, This is absolutely beautiful!

  4. Karyn says:

    Oh – so absolutely beautiful!! Can’t imagine how it feels

  5. Charlotte Moore says:

    Oh my, I sit here crying from these beautiful words. So touching and true. I sure hope someone contacts you to produce this song.


  6. Keri says:

    How Beautiful Kelly!! Congrats to all!! Have a Beautiful Christmas!!

  7. Heather says:

    Very lovely song Kelly. Please let us know when we can get a copy.

  8. Sabrina says:

    Maybe it’s because I have my own little blue-eyed blonde girl who’s just one and a half years old, and I have pregnancy hormones raging with another one on the way, but I was bawling throughout this whole song! So beautiful and your voice is just perfect for the emotional melody 🙂

  9. Natalie says:

    Love it! Another song that reminds me how quickly the time with little ones will fly by. Our newest baby was born w/i a month of my oldest son’s 18th birthday. He moved out a couple months ago. It goes by too quickly. I love to be reminded to treasure these years, one day I will look back on this time and miss it.

  10. Cathy says:


    Is that you singing? Did you sing it live @ the wedding?

    You’ve got a lovely voice. Good job…nice nuanced title. 😉

    BTW, Bria’s dress is absolutely stunning.

    • Cathy, yes it is, though my dream is that a real singer and a fabulous musician would make it awesome. No, I did not sing it live (are you kidding me?) I played this very recording. (The nuance…ha, you saw what I did there?)

  11. Annie D says:

    I wish I were a producer so I can make my millions off your talent. Fabulous.

  12. Cathy says:

    Did you also write the score?

  13. Charlotte Moore says:

    I just played tis so my husband could hear it. I was reading some of the other comments. I had no idea that was you singing. WOW!! Your voice is beautiful. You just need a producer nit another singer. We love the song.


  14. Claudia says:

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful song, Kelly! Had Bria heard it before her wedding day?

  15. Thelma says:

    Wow, that’s pretty much the worst song ever written and/or performed. I would bury that one DEEP in the vault, lady.

    Blech. **Ear cleaning**

  16. 6 arrows says:

    This song has been running through my head a lot lately, and that’s okay. 🙂 I always love a song with a good melody, and yours has a memorable and quite lovely melodic contour. Very pretty.

  17. danelle Kilpatrick says:

    I’d love a copy, but don’t see where to buy it.

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