In that spirit, I offer today's selection. It's from a 1999 CD that follows a couple through their families' agreement to their marriage, through various wedding traditions (convoying the bride, a bracelet-chiming dance, painting hands and feet with henna, a bachelor party, and finally the wedding).
This song is early in the process, "the two lovers dancing with friends, after both families agreed to the wedding." The term "zaghareed," by the way, means "ululations," and this song doesn't disappoint on that account.
You whose hair flows gracefully over your garments;
From the day you left me, sleep has evaded me;
From the moment you deserted me, my eyes have wept incessantly;
Oh, your beautiful cheeks buoy about.
from the album Zaghareed