(PeterT wrote) Just a question: Why can't you use "The Second Time Around"? There is no mention of children in it.
////Because part of the lyrics are: "love is lovlier the second time around......." My thought would be that the children of the first husband/wife would feel as though it would demean their parent's "original" love.
if your friends have any interest in classical music,
////Not sure that they do......
one of the mostbeautiful songs by Richard Strauss is "Morgen" (Morning). It is in German, but it is lovely.
///But could be sung in English, I assume!
I once heard it sung by a soprano at a wedding for two 60 year olds, in England. Beautiful, slow, moving piece.
///Sounds lovely - where might I see lyrics?
Of course there is always that old standby for second marriages, "Back in the Saddle Again" (joke). yours, Peter T.
////Smile. Yes, that would rank right up there with "Why Don't We Get Drunk and S_ _ _ _!"