The Royal Wedding Playlist

Songs to get you in the mood for the Prince William-Kate Middleton union, from "White Wedding" to "God Save the Queen"

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The Royal Wedding is just hours away, and preparations for the Prince William-Kate Middleton union are at a fever pitch.

To help get in the mood for the festivities, we asked @TheAtlanticENT's Twitter followers for suggestions for a Royal Wedding playlist. Here's a selection of their responses:

"London Calling" by the Clash

"Get Me to the Church On Time" by Frank Sinatra

"White Wedding" by Billy Idol

"I Do" by 98 Degrees

"Going to the Chapel" by the Dixie Cups

"Today I Met the Boy I'm Gonna Marry" by Darlene Love

"Let's Get Married" by Al Green

"Wedding Bell Blues" by the 5th Dimension

"Common People" by Pulp

"God Save the Queen" by Queen

Listen to the entire #RoyalWedding playlist.

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Eleanor Barkhorn is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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