If you’re looking for some romantic moments with that special person or if you’re looking to get great memories to your mind, you better take a look at this list of romantic songs you must listen!
Love Song “- Sara Bareilles
The singer from Eureka, Calif. made her chart debut with this song. Although it did not reach No. 1 on the Hot 100, it was the No. 1 song of the year on the annual recaps of those two lists.
It is the first single of Sara Bareilles, sent in 2007 through Epic Records. It was nominated for the Grammy Awards 2009 in the category Song of the Year and Best Female Vocal Performance of Pop.
I Will Always Love You “:No. 1 for 14 weeks
Houston’s signature song was originally to No. 1 hit for the woman who composed the tune, Dolly Parton. Her version topped the Hot Country Songs chart in 1974 and again in 1982.
Whitney’s version was the first published single of the soundtrack of the movie The Bodyguard.
Bleeding Love “- Leona Lewis Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for four weeks
Ryan Tedder and Jesse McCartney wrote the song, inspired by the latter’s long-distance romance with his girlfriend.
Launched around the world during the last quarter of 2007, and the first of 2008, as the first international single, and as a second single in Ireland and the United Kingdom, from his album Spirit
We Found Love “- Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris No. 1 for 10 weeks
What could be more romantic than finding love in a “hopeless place”? Rihanna scored the biggest hit of her career (the top ‘love’ song of the 21st century)
It is a song performed by the singer, with the collaboration of disc jockey and Calvin Harris. Published as the main single of her studio album, Talk That Talk (2011), in which the singer talks about «finding love where there is no hope»
The song received good criticism, in addition to which its musical composition and the vocal interpretation of Rihanna were praised; nevertheless, some critics considered that the lyrical content of the song was little.
Endless Love “Diana Ross & Lionel Richie Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for nine weeks (1981)
Producer Jon Peters and Franco Zeffirelli asked Lionel Richie to compose an instrumental along the lines of the theme from “Love Story” for their movie starring Brooke Shields. When Zeffirelli changed his mind and asked Richie if he would add lyrics, the Motown star agreed to write some. Then Zeffirelli made one more request – to add a female singer, someone like Diana Ross.