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Remember mix tapes? If not, surely you've heard tell of the cassettes besotted sweethearts used to fill with love songs and send to their ificant others? They might have disappeared years ago along with cassettes but music still remains one of the best ways to communicate the depth of your feelings to your special someone—especially if you're just falling for them.
After all, there's no more intense feeling than new love and the best songwriters and performers know how to convey the complexity of those take-your-breath-away emotions. When you can't find the right words, beautiful lyrics say it for you. With Valentine's Day ahead, we've collected 30 of the most romantic songs ever recorded, from classics like Elvis's "Can't Help Falling in Love" to newer favorites, including "Unapologize" by Carrie Underwood.
So whether you're looking for a way to tell your S. The Oscar-winning song from the A Star is Born soundtrack never fails to give us chills, especially when Gaga lets go with that incredible voice. An upbeat rundown of everything Bruno Mars loves about his lady, this song perfectly captures that moment in love when everything is, well, perfect.
Almost achingly romantic, this classic from is all about finally, finally finding love. Sure, this mega-hit from Faith Hill is super sweet, but then so is falling in love. Another Oscar-winner, this hauntingly delicate song from the film Once reminds us that falling in love doesn't always have to happen hard and fast. This slow-burner from the Irish band's "Rattle and Hum" album launched a thousand Falling in your love in the late 80s. This cut from John Legends's album, Bigger Loveis a gorgeous, heartfelt song you can just picture him singing to wife Chrissy.
Written about a guy Taylor Swift almost dated, "Love Story" follows the plotline of the play Romeo and Juliet —until the song's happy ending. This feel-good favorite from the 80s is just like discovering your sweetie loves you just as much as you love him. Some loves are a little crazy and that's a beautiful thing, according to this lovely, old school-sounding country tune.
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After Alanis Morissette's ticked-off anthem "You Oughta Know," it was kind of a relief to hear this adorable ode to falling in love from her. Warm as a shot of Jack Daniels thanks to William Michael Morgan's honeyed baritone, this debut song makes us melt a little inside.
Its appearance on the Valley Girl soundtrack cemented this bright and jangly confection's status as 0ne of Gen X's favorite love songs. The Foo Fighter's leader, Dave Grohl, wrote this song about his romance with Veruca Salt's Louise Post, which made him wonder "If anything could ever be this good again. One of Maroon 5's more pop-heavy efforts, this song from reminds us how much love can change us. Alicia's triple-Grammy-winning debut single tells the story of a seriously rocky, seriously hot relationship. Hey, we've been there. Country Life. De Ideas. Home Maintenance.
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Makeover Takeover: Colonial Comeback. Cravetiger Getty Images. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. When you fall in love you promise the world to "the one"—and mean every word. Calvin Harris. This electro house smash is best enjoyed with your love on the dance floor.
What's better than that tickle in your tummy the right one gives you? There's nothing harder than being the first one to say "I love you.
Love can brighten up even a mopey s goth band like The Cure. Next time you want to explain to your S. We "must confess" we're stuck on this charming little love ditty from indie pop cutie Meiko. Because sometimes you fall for someone People are still dancing to this hit from at their weddings.
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