Songs are the soul to a depressed mind many times. Songs are often the best way to express emotions. Love songs are often the most famous ones too because of the kind of intensity that they display. Here are some of the best love songs of all time that you can listen to time and again to fall in love once again:
1. “Love Story” By Taylor Swift
Beauty in herself and a muse for many, Swift’s songs has not just broken all records but has mended many broken hearts too. A typical Romeo and Julietlove, this song is set in the modern days of challenges that lovers undergo. The music in this song takes you high to experience the happy feeling of love and Swift gifted with an immensely passionate voice has poured in her best in this song.
2. “Just the Way You Are” By Bruno Mars
The typical boyfriend of every girls dream, a boyfriend who would like and love her just the way she is and when she smiles the whole world stops for him in what Bruno’s is in this song. His voice breathes love into all those who ever loved or know what true love is. This song is a passionate love story of two young souls who unite in love and find everything beautiful in each other. The music is catchy and lyrics are simple just as love is. Mars made a significant breakthrough in his very first debut solo single recorded and we all loved it.
3. “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion
Although the film, Titanic, had a tragic ending, it gave a new definition of love for us all. The film aptly captures the true meaning of love, which is to let go. This song is the love theme song of Titanic. The emotions are deep in this song and Celine Dion does justice to it. The song is an evergreen choice which first appeared on Dion’s 1997 album and became an instant hit, undoubtedly, one of the best love songs of all time.
4. “Whenever Wherever” by Shakira
“There were only ten million ways to love somebody,” yes there could be and that is what this song is all about, that love is passionate even if it is far away. In addition to the great music and epic Shakira voice, this song is a Latin pop, which adds a fun element when we sing about love. It describes nature, long distance love and the unconditional love bond when one stays together whenever wherever.
5. “We found Love” By Rihanna
It is my all-time personal favorite; the song has everything including passion, romance, fun and devotion. The beats are crazy and the visuals are deeply filled with emotions. The song says that you can find love in a hopeless place too because that is what lovers are often fighting for, to find the best place that suits their needs and desires. Rihanna’s passion could be clearly seen through her voice and visuals.
6. “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” by Roberta Flack
It was a chartbuster when Flack first introduced it on his 1969 album, ‘First Take.’ Ewan MacColl originally wrote this song for his future wife whom he found to be gorgeous just like the sun and the stars in the sky. It is a bit slow with the music and the lyrics but apt for the emotions the lover is trying to portray. You can listen to this song besides the beach and with the sun setting in the background and your lover at the side. Nothing is more beautiful in all of this than your lover’s face if it is true love.
7. “Time After Time” by Cyndi Lauper
Right at her solo debut song, Lauper stumped the listeners with this iconic song. The song was a huge hit and hit the chart blockbusters to earn a Grammy Award nomination. The song was initially placed in her album, ‘She’s So Unusual, ’ and her soothing voice did justice to the mood.Real feelings, confusions and the warmth of love are captured in the song. Time after time, love wins past all odds and so this song has become popular through all these generations, time after time.
8. “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston
The soundtrack from the early 90’s is globally known for its unique music and lovely video. The high pitched words, ‘And I Will Always Love You, ’ and the scene where Kevin Costner carries away Whitney Houston safely back in his arms are immemorial. Love transcends race and wins everywhere. This song was the soundtrack for the 1992 film The Bodyguard.
9. “My Love” by Paul McCartney and Wings
The inspiration for this deeply romantic and love-filled song is Paul McCartney’s first wife, Linda. This song is an evergreen and is an all-time favorite even though it came out back in the 1970’s; the song went on to be the bestselling track in 1973 from its original album named, ‘Red Rose Speedway.’ The music in the song is tempting with the guitar, the piano and the saxophone all in sync. ‘Don’t ever ask me why I never say goodbye toMy Love’, is my favorite line from this amazing song.
10. “In Your Eyes” by Peter Gabriel
The music and the words in this song are epic. The song revolves around the lover’s eyes and the music is a mix of tribal and western instruments. The album So released in 1986 and this was one of the songs from it. The song was later also featured in the film Say Anything and became a popular hit among all music lovers.
This rundown of the best tunes ever, particularly the best love melodies is a blend of music and story line assortments, obviously there might be numerous others too that you may by and by like, yet simply like love which has an alternate significance for every one of us, these tunes too rise above through the distinctive implications of adoration which is not bound by the laws of this world.