Classic Love Songs to Play on your Valentines Date
Call them mushy or extra sentimental but some classic love songs really give that smile especially when you remember that one person. And, if mushiness is your thing as lovers, there is probably a list of love songs which makes you both remember that head over heels feeling everytime they are played on the radio. For your date on Valentine’s Day, you might have a bunch of ideas to delight her by sharing that slow dance or candle lit dinner on a lovely evening. As a suggestion, you may include the following songs on your playlist.
- Moon River – Many have tried to record it but Andy Williams’ version tops them all. If you mean classic, then this should not be missed.
- When I Fall In Love – If this Nat King Cole classic does not make your girl sweep off under her feet, then there’s none other that would.
- At Last – Probably Etta James’ signature song, the sexy and romantic melody and lyrics will perfectly accompany that sweet dance.
- Just The Way You Are – Billy Joel has so many beautiful love songs but this one speaks directly and clearly about the promises of an unconditional love.
- In My Life – Originally recorded by The Beatles, Bette Midler’s heartfelt interpretation of the song gives it the best classy sound for an evening date.
- You Are So Beautiful – The lyrics could be the cheesiest you can hear but your girl might just enjoy a romantic night with this Joe Cocker single.
- Groovy Kind of Love – Before the era of boy bands, there was Phil Collins who could effectively pull off a mushy lyrics easily and make it a classic.
- The Way You Look Tonight – One of the greatest crooners the world ever has, Tony Bennett is always tied up to this favorite wedding song even before the era of Grow Old with You.
- Can’t Help Falling In Love – A universal song of affection, this Elvis Presley hit sends across a very clear yet profound message.
- Have I Told You Lately? – The powerful message Van Morrison put in this Rod Stewart classic conveys a timeless idea of perfect endearment.