Best Love Songs To Play At Funerals

Posted by admin on July 26th, 2013
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Whether the person who has passed was a beloved spouse of many years, a cherished friend or family member or a sweetheart from long ago, it can provide comfort to the mourners if a love song is played in remembrance of the departed individual. “Dedicated to the One I Love” by the iconic Mamas and the Papas is one of the most popular love songs played at funerals. The haunting “Wind Beneath My Wings” sung so beautifully by Bette Midler and used as the theme song for “Beaches”, in which Barbara Hershey died too young, …read more

Greatest Love Songs By Elvis Presley

Posted by admin on January 19th, 2012
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Elvis Presley could be called the King of rock and roll, nevertheless the best King Elvis tracks expose much more than just rock songs. Scored hits on the country, R & B and pop charts while showing blues, gospel and also rockabilly influences. His performances, from some time, could have considered too hot for television – but he proved to be one of the greatest artists of the 20th century.

Although, Loving You (1957), Jailhouse Rock (1957), and Kid Creole (1958) earned money for their …read more

10 Best Love Songs of the 80s

Posted by admin on January 13th, 2012
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Music is one of the most powerful art forms humanity has ever been able to produce, so it makes sense just how powerful a love song can be. We’ve done some research and compiled a list of the 10 best love songs from the 80s. So fire up that 4g wireless internet and get ready!

1. Champaign – How ‘Bout Us (1981)
“Some people are made for each other/Some people can love one another for life, how ’bout us?”

2. Lionel Richie – Hello (1984)
“Hello, is it me you’re looking for?”

3. Alexander O’Neal – If You Were Here Tonight (1985)
“When the lights go out/I cannot pretend/This bed’s too big for me/To be in alone”

4. LL Cool J – I Need Love (1987)
“You can scratch my back, we’ll get cosy and huddle/I’ll lay down my jacket so you can walk over a puddle”

5. Chaka Khan & Rufus – Ain’t Nobody (1983)
“I make my wish upon a star/And hope this night will last forever”

6. Foreigner – Waiting For a Girl Like You (1981)
“This heart of mine has been hurt before/This time I wanna be sure”

7. Anita Baker – Sweet Love (1987)
“Hear me calling out your name/I feel no shame/I’m in love”

8. Style Council – You’re the Best Thing (1984)
“I could run away but I’d rather stay/In the warmth of your smile lighting up my day”

9. Joyce Sims – Come Into My Life (1987)
“Because I can brighten up your day/If you’re feeling bad, I put a smile on your face”

10. Fat Larry’s Band – Zoom (1982)
“Zoom – just one look and then my heart went boom/Suddenly and we were on the moon/ Flyin’ high in a neon sky”

Love Songs With The Best Music Videos

Posted by admin on January 6th, 2012
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Bruno Mars began writing “It Will Rain” and shortly thereafter, experienced writers block. After watching clips of Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 1, he was inspired enough to finish writing this song, which is included in the Breaking Dawn Part 1 soundtrack. The music video features Bruno Mars and his leading lady in his own version of the theme of Twilight. The song and music video reflects his love and passion for the woman he loves. Through the music video the audience sees and senses how much pain …read more

Movie Soundtracks Featuring The Best Love Songs

Posted by admin on September 30th, 2011
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While there have been many love songs released over the years, songs from movie soundtracks can be some of the most romantic and beautiful songs recorded. Who can forget “Unchained Melody” from Ghost, or “My Heart Will Go On” from Titanic, or “I Will Always Love You” from The Bodyguard? These romantic movie soundtrack songs can also spend a lot of time on the music charts, as well as defining a great movie moment. “I Will Always Love You” …read more

Love Songs That Make You Cry

Posted by admin on September 26th, 2011
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As a species, humans love music. Even early man had methods of making music, and we are blessed today to have such a wide range of styles for our listening pleasure. Music conveys everything from dreams, to emotions, to thoughts and ideas, but one thing songs best convey is love. The love song is an enduring means of connecting with others and relating the depths of our affection. Some love songs are so powerful, they even bring tears to the eye.

Among the most powerful love songs are:

-Something, the Beatles. Love song perfection.
-Your Song, Elton John. Sweet, innocent, …read more

Worst Love Songs To Play On A First Date

Posted by admin on September 25th, 2011
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First dates are both nerve-racking and exciting. A first date can be the start of a promising romance, but it can also be the last time that the two people see each other. Music can set the mood and help people express themselves. However, there are some songs that should never be played on the first date. “My Achy Breaky Heart” by Billy Ray Cyrus is a song that should never be played on the first date. Many people find this song very annoying and it just is not appropriate for the first date.Confused? Here ‘s a little help .

“If I could Turn …read more

Top Ten Love Songs Of All Time

Posted by admin on September 24th, 2011
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It is often debated what the top 10 songs are of all time. In fact it seems like there is always some top 10 list for music on television, on multiple different channels. But what about the songs that you first fell in love to and walked down the aisle with? What do you put on when you-re out with that special someone to set the mood?

1.My Heart Will Go On ” Celine Dion
2.When a Man Loves A Woman ” Percy Sledge
3.Crazy in Love ” Beyonce
4.Love me Tender ” Elvis Presley
5.I Will …read more