"The Ceremony" as written by Ian Kevin Curtis, Peter Hook, Stephen Paul David Morris and Bernard Sumner....
Dearly beloved
We are gathered together in the presence of god and these witnesses
To join this man and this woman in the bonds of holy matrimony

Do you, Tammy, take this man, George, to be your lawfully wedded husband?
To love and to cherish until death do you part?

I'll take this man and by him I'll stand
I promise that we'll never part
To him, I'll be true, there'll be no one new
From now, till death do us part

And do you, George, take this woman, Tammy
To be your lawfully wedded wife
To love and to cherish, until death do you part?

Yes, I'll take this woman, she'll be mine forever
And I'll love her, with all of my heart
To have and to hold, my love won't grow cold
I promise, till death do us part

We'll take each other
From this day forward
Together in sickness or health

United with love
We'll face life together
If we're poor or if we have wealth

For better or worst
You'll always come first
And no one can keep us apart

Yes, we take each other
Forsaking all others
Together, till death do us part

I now pronounce you man and wife

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"The Ceremony" as written by Carmol Taylor Billy Sherrill

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