When you are in love, it seems that everything around is breathing love! And the soul requires gentle, touching, and melodious songs. Some of them so accurately reflect this state that they forever become the background of the most reverent memories. We decided to compile for you a collection of the best love songs. We recommend listening to them with headphones. The romantic mood is guaranteed!
- Whitney Houston, I Will Always Love You
The new version was released in 1992. It is considered the finest love song of all time. In 1993, the singer grabbed as many as three Grammy, becoming rich and successful thanks to the song. A list of songs about this pure feeling can’t be complete without this hit.
- Styx, Lady
It was first released in September 1972, and became a local hit in the band’s hometown, Chicago, but didn’t hit the charts at the national level. The song became successful in 1974. It was written by Dennis De Young for his wife.
- Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin, Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus
This is the most tender song about love. At one time, this song was even really banned on European radio stations. The Italian radio station called it obscene and unacceptable. But anyway, people didn’t stop listening to it.
- Leonard Cohen, I’m Your Man
And this is one of the best male songs about this pure feeling. It is about the man who is ready to be anyone for his woman. He is ready to literally dedicate his feats to her.
- Aerosmith, I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing
In 1998, hard-rock band Aerosmith released this song for the film Armageddon but then no one could assume that it would be so popular. Immediately after the release of this single, in many countries, the song was number 1 in the national charts.
- Elvis Presley, Love Me Tender
For the first time, Elvis performed the song on September 9, 1956, before the film for which the song was written. The next day, September 10, 1956, RCA received one million pre-orders for a song, which automatically made the record gold before it was released! The studio 20th Century Fox originally wanted to name the film The Reno Brothers but instead renamed it to Love Me Tender to make money also on the popularity of the song.
- Luther Vandross, Here and now
Luther Vandross released this beautiful song in 1989, which proclaims that he will love faithfully and stay with his lady-heart forever. Love is all that he needs, and, from now, he wants only one lady. What woman wouldn’t like to know that she is the meaning of life for someone and makes a person happy?
- Stevie Wonder, All in Love is Fair
Passionate blind man Stevie Wonder also wrote a lot of love songs, but this one is just fantastic, despite the fact that few people know it. It is from the album Innervisions (1973). Find and listen to it. You will not regret!
- Elton John, Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word
In 1976, the song was released as the single from the Blue Moves album. In the US charts, it became sixth, and in the UK, it became the eleventh. Later the song was included in several official collections of the best compositions of the singer.