It made me think about a disagreement I had with another vicar from our Diocese about in/out music for weddings. His view was that the organist should play it, and he extolled the virtues of his parish's musician. My view was that if people want Everything I do, I do it for you, they expect Brian Adams. It's not a song written for playing on a church organ; it's the wrong genre. Either you ban those sorts of songs altogether, or you allow the version that actually makes sense. That's no slight on his (or our) excellent organists; it just seems to be common sense.
Image via WikipediaAs a caution to my colleague, I did hear of a wedding where the 'Theme From Robin Hood" was requested for the organist to play. And yes, instead of Everything I do, I do it for you, the organist struck up with... well have a listen here to Dick James singing the theme from the vintage TV show The Adventures of Robin Hood.