Lindsay’s Top Fourteen Love Songs

I’m sure you’re aware, whether you like it or not: just one week til Valentine’s Day!  It’s not that it’s my favourite holiday or anything, but I’ll take any chance I can get to celebrate love!  I love love!

I also love love songs, and I thought I’d compile a list of my favourites for you.  So here we go, in no particular order:

  1. When Did You Fall in Love with Me: Chris Rice

2. Ordinary People: John Legend

3. Light of Day: Jimmy Needham

4. The Perfect Kiss: Cadence

5. David Livingstone: Jon Bryant

6. You Are So Beautiful: Joe Cocker

7. You and I: Michael Buble

8. That’s All: Michael Buble

9. Just the Two of Us: Bill Withers

10. I Can Dream of You: James Taylor

11. Your Song: Ewan MacGregor(Elton John)

12. The Promise: Tracy Chapman

13. Loving You, Loving Me: Dave Barnes

14. That Sunday, That Summer: Nat King Cole

 

What’s on your list?

7 thoughts on “Lindsay’s Top Fourteen Love Songs

  1. Mary says:

    These were great. I listened to them this morning while I was working. My own favourite love songs these days are probably “The Book of Love” by Magnetic Fields and “First Day of My Life” by Bright Eyes.

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  2. Emily says:

    Mine may be: Jill Barber’s “Never Quit Loving You,” Linnea Good’s “Crazy Faith,” “Falling Slowly” from Once, and “January Wedding” by The Avett Brothers…

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