The closer and closer it gets to Marshall and Lily's wedding ceremony, the less and less it looks like the intimate outdoor wedding with only a small number of family and friends (and an acoustic guitarist) in attendance that they had originally envisioned. In addition, one problem after another seems to be rearing its ugly head, including: Lily's veil being destroyed; their pregnant harp player being overdue; their photographer being injured; the flowers not scheduled to arrive until half way through the ceremony; Lily's high school boyfriend Scooter being there, he who still professes his love for her; and Marshall having an even worse than bad hair day. Lily doesn't want to be the type of bride who complains about the ceremony since all that should matter is her and Marshall's love for each other, but does she really care about having the perfect wedding? It may be a moot point as Ted thinks he's got the solution to make it a perfect day for his friends. Meanwhile, Barney figures ... Written by
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Maybe my words won't change your mind, but perhaps the words of a poet might. November Rain, by W. Axel Rose.
It is a good song.
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