Every day we hear a lot of different songs, and all of them have a unique emotion and certain theme. Without a doubt, love is one of the most powerful themes for songs ever cause love reflects the strongest feeling of human being.
That's why we always found something beautiful in romantic songs and feel butterflies in our stomach during listening to it. Besides this, romantic songs accompany you through the beautiful times with your partner, but also through the dark hours of a shattering relationship.
The fact is: love songs can make you cry. And that applies to both the female and the male gender. Everyone touches something different: sometimes it is the tragic melody, sometimes the lyrics of the song. Nevertheless, love songs do not always have to be sad and sing about an unfulfilled love.
Love always makes us do important things - it shows us the true side of ourselves, helps us to overcome difficulties. "All you need is love," - the simple truth, which was sung by the Beatles in the last century. So why do we still hesitate? Let's start listening and enjoying the best romantic songs of all time to make you feel the love in the air.
The Drums - Down By The Water
You've gotta believe me
When I say
When I say the word forever
In 'Down By The Water' song by the indie-pop band The Drums, Jonathan Pierce assures us that he will love us forever and will remain even when everyone else has left us. The song came out in 2010, but sounds a bit like the 80s, reminiscent of The Smiths or The Cure.
Scorpions - Eye To Eye
In my heart you'll live forever
Wet Wet Wet - Love Is All Around
There's no beginning, there'll be no end
'Cause on my love you can depend
Once again, a cover version is better known and more successful than the original, even though "Love Is All Around" was a succeded with chart success in 1967. For the Scottish pop-band Wet Wet Wet the song became as a contribution to the film "Four Weddings and a Funeral" was a big stroke of luck because it is still the third-longest song being in the UK Singles charts.
Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud
Cause honey your soul could never grow old, it's evergreen / And baby, your smile's forever in my mind and memory
The singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran drops one hit after another. 'Thinking Out Loud' is a ballad reminiscent of Marvin Gaye's 'Let's Get It On'. It's about the ultimate relationship, the common aging and falling in love with each other every day. 'Thinking Out Loud' was the most streamed song on Spotify in October 2015.
Switchfoot - Your Love Is A Song
Oasis – Wonderwall
you're gonna be the one that saves me
This song was in the British charts during 77 weeks but eventually reached only second peak position. Moreover, the word "Wonderwall" does not really exist. It is the title of a film, to which the Beatle George Harrison wrote the soundtrack in 1968. Although Noel Gallagher, like his brother Liam, were considered the enfant terrible of the British music scene, they put the stony path to great love with all the obstacles.
Robbie Williams - Angels
Wherever it may take me
I know that life won't break me
When I come to call, she won't forsake me
As a former member of the boy band Take That, Robbie Williams did not have it easy at the beginning of his solo career. Only the congenial cooperation with the pianist and songwriter Guy Chambers paved the way for a brilliant career. The love ballad "Angels" played a large part in this, as it established Robbie Williams as a serious artist who even received a favorable response from critics.
Guns N' Roses - November Rain
I know it's hard to keep an open heart
When even friends seem out to harm you
But if you could heal a broken heart
Wouldn't time be out to charm you
Axl Rose has set a monument to composing with the epic ballad of almost nine minutes in length. First carried by vocals, piano, strings and a backing choir, the song lasts two minutes and ends with a rough guitar solo by bandmate Slash. Lyrically, the epochal work is entirely dedicated to the heartache, and thus vacillates between the declaration of love and frustration reduction.
Duffy – Mercy
I don't know what this is
But you got me good
Just like you knew you would
Coldplay - The Scientist
Duke Daniels - Following a star