30 love songs that’ll get you in the mood for Valentine’s Day

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The romantic ballad is a tried and tested formula for success in the music charts and many artists are well aware of their potential. The soft melodies and confessional lyrics of these hits usually please even the most demanding listeners and are easy to sing along to. It’s not by chance that many songs of the genre tell love stories and explore themes such as unrequited love. Some songs even inspire those who are in search of the soulmate. Want to put it to the test?

Check out these 30 love songs that’ll get you in the mood.

Whitney Houston

‘I Will Always Love You’ (1992).

Bee Gees

‘How Deep Is Your Love’ (1977).

Lionel Richie & Diana Ross

‘Endless Love’ (1981).

Ray Charles

‘I Can’t Stop Loving You’ (1962).

Paul McCartney and The Wings

‘My Love’ (1973).

Céline Dion

‘Because You Loved Me’ (1996).


‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’ (1980).

Barbra Streisand

‘Woman in Love’ (1980).

Mariah Carey

‘Love Takes Time’ (1990).

Elvis Presley

‘Are You Lonesome Tonight?’ (1969).

Frank Sinatra

‘Strangers in the Night’ (1966).


‘It Must Have Been Love’ (1990).


‘With or Without You’ (1987).

Whitney Houston

‘Greatest Love of All’ (1986).

Stevie Wonder

‘I Just Called to Say I Love You’ (1984).

Marvin Gaye

‘Let’s Get It On’ (1973).

The Temptations

‘My Girl’ (1965).


‘To Sir With Love’ (1967).

The Jackson 5

‘I’ll Be There’ (1970).

Joe Cocker

‘You Are So Beautiful’ (1975).

The Beatles

‘In My Life’ (1965).

Roberta Flack

‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’ (1969).

The Turtles

‘Happy Together’ (1967).

Al Green

‘Let’s Stay Together’ (1972).

Neil Young

‘Heart of Gold’ (2007).

Céline Dion

‘The Power of Love’ (1994).

Mariah Carey

‘Vision of Love’ (1990).

Carole King

‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow’ (1971).

Eric Clapton

‘Wonderful Tonight’ (1977).

Sonny & Cher

‘I Got You Babe’ (1965).

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