Here is a rule I think we can all agree on: No song shall be performed during a Stake meeting to promote temple attendance if said song has been used as the background music to a makeout scene in a nationally released movie.
This proposed rule was inspired by a meeting tonight for temple-endowed members sponsored by my Stake. One of the musical numbers was a solo performance of the Lionel Ritchie/Diana Ross hit, “Endless Love.” This song was the title song for the 1981 film starring Brooke Shields. Abstracted from the movie, the lyrics are arguably meaningful for the topic of temple marriage. Unfortunately, for those of us who have seen the movie, the experience of listening to this during a Stake meeting designed to inspire more frequent temple attendance was jarring, to say the least.
(For those who have frequented this site for some time and are aware of my aversion to R-rated movies, I should note that I saw this movie prior to my baptism and at the request of my date.)