Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and nothing is better to get you in the mood for love than some good old fashioned love songs. And maybe a few not so old fashioned love songs too. Here are some great songs to have queued up on your CD or MP3 player for Valentine’s Day. If you’re not familiar with some of the song titles, go online and get Free Download MP3 of these amazing love songs.
“Hello” by Lionel Richie- The ultimate tearjerker of a love song (remember the 1983 video for this song, featuring a blind girl?).
“I Love You” by Sarah McLachlan- McLachlan’s voice is especially beautiful on this love song. If you’re a Sarah McLachlan fan, try downloading her song “Ice Cream,” as well (another love song).
“Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley- A classic, and one of Presley’s best songs.
“Wonderful Tonight” by Eric Clapton- This song was the song at many a prom (maybe even yours) but it’s a classic that still holds up today.
“You are Always on My Mind” by Willie Nelson- This is a great love song for country music fans or not.
“Wicked Game” by Chris Isaak- Isaak’s haunting voice will mesmerize you and your sweetie.
“I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston- Houston’s voice is so strong in this song- and the message of love rings loud and true.
“Everything I Do (I Do It For You)” by Bryan Adams- This is one of Bryan Adams’ rare love songs and it’s a perfect way to express your love to your main squeeze.
“You Are So Beautiful” by Joe Cocker- Your sweetheart will love hearing that she is beautiful, even if Joe Cocker is the one saying it.
“Lovesong” by The Cure- For a more modern edge to the love song, this great track by The Cure will get you in the mood for love. There’s also a more recent version of this song by the band 311. Take your pick.
“Annie’s Song” by John Denver- Call the lyrics corny if you want, but this is one of the most beautiful love songs ever. Do a Google search for the lyrics to this song and you’ll see what I mean. P.S. You don’t have to be named Annie to love this song!
“You Had Me From Hello” by Kenny Chesney. Chesney wrote this song for his then-love, Renee Zellweger. It was a tribute to her famous line from the movie “Jerry Maguire”. Even though their love connection didn’t last, this song lives on in infamy.