Romantic love songs are some of the most memorable pop songs ever written. These are the ten best of all time. Few singers could flatter a lover like the masterful Barry White. He's so overcome with praise for his lover here that his deep growl positively bursts into the chorus of "You're the first, the last, my everything! Watch Video. Buy from Amazon. This duo's song of a love encompassing mountains, sea and sky was an instant romantic classic. Few songs capture the moment of pledging deep undying love so well.
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Ah, Valentine's Day — bunches of flowers, boxes of chocolates, a glass of champagne and a romantic dinner, but let's not forget the music to set the mood, right? The Brits are a soppy lot, and many of our best-selling singles of all time are love songs. Released: Official Chart peak: 1 Sales: 1. Summer belonged to this song, by Scottish band Wet Wet Wet , which spent an astonishing 15 straight weeks at Number 1 — the second longest consecutive run at the top of all time, and equalled in by Drake's One Dance. Such is the ubiquity of Wet Wet Wet's version that it's easy to forget the song is a cover — it originally got to Number 5 in for the Troggs. Released: Official Chart Peak: 1 Sales: 1. Unchained Melody may be over five decades old, but it still has enduring appeal, and is much-covered, reaching Number 1 four times for different artists.
51. "We Belong Together" by Mariah Carey (2005)
Since Carey who has continued to uphold her songbird diva reputation all this time often seems completely and totally unshakeable, it feels especially human to hear her lament letting go of a lover too soon. Buy Song. At one point in time, Justin Timberlake and producer Timbaland were the ultimate power duo. Nobody knows how to stir the pot like Madonna, and nobody knows how to make a hit like Madonna. The message is pretty simple on this, with Aguilera flexing her pipes as she asks for a boy to come over.
Nat King Cole's jazz song about an indelible romance was such such a hit that it earned a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame. The lyrics in this classic Italian song are pretty cheesy: "When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's amore. Speaking of Rat Pack, Frank Sinatra could fill a whole separate list of his best love songs — he even has a compilation album full of them! This song by The Platters touches on love, fate, and heaven. If you've dreamed of hearing it live, The Platters are still performing today , albeit with with new members. A jazzy romantic song by Johnny Mathis, is a play on the phrase "twelfth of never," which means a date in the future that will never occur. Let's hope your Valentine has a little more room in the schedule for you. This soulful Etta James track about the moment you find your true love also made its way into the Grammy Hall of Fame. You've probably heard this ballad a thousand times it's been covered by plenty of other artists , but Elvis Presley's classic never gets old. It was actually the last song he performed in concert before he passed away.