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Top 10 love songs of all time

Top 10 love songs of all time

Best love songs of all time

Time Out picks the 50 best love songs ever recorded, from new classics to timeless romantic cuts. it has been a challenge to come back up with an excellent love song that's not cheesy or obvious. Expect you to smell along to the all-time romantic classics like Madonna and Aretha Franklin. The list includes an inventory of the most effective '90s and '70s songs, and also the best "90s pop songs of all time" understand what you wish to pay attention to those songs on Amazon Music.

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Barry White - "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" (1975)

Barry White had already reached the pop top 10 with three singles in his trademark proto-disco sound. "You're the primary, the Last, My Everything" reached #2 on the US pop chart, #1 on the R&B chart, and it had been a really early disco hit. The masterful White's deep, deep growl is heard within the song's chorus as he praises his lover. The classic was released within the 1980s, and was released four years later.

Billy Joel - Just the Way You Are

Billy Joel wrote this song for his first wife Elizabeth Weber, but it had been only released at the request of Linda Ronstadt and Phoebe Snow. Barry White later recorded a disco-fied version of the song. Both are classic love songs of the age, and both love songs were made famous in t...

"I Only Have Eyes for You" by The Flamingos

Pandora's "This song was made for slow dancing," Pandora tells Insider. Listen to "I Only Have Eyes For.

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"If You're Not the One" by Daniel Bedingfield (2002)

Daniel Bedingfield's "If you are not the One" is that the dance/electro-pop ballad we never knew we wanted. The ballad was released in 2002, and you could not activate your station without hearing it. We're happy to bring it back to our childhoods, but we want it such a lot more...

“When a Man Loves a Woman” by Percy Sledge

The 1966 hit is a classic classic song written by Sledge. The song's lyrics basically boil down to how love can be a powerful, fickle jerk. When you’re under its spell, it’s the absolute greatest thing in the world, especially when you're in love, it's the perfect thing. It's not the first single to be released, but the classic is now a wedding-themed R&B soundtrack, with some great-sounding tunes. Watch the full v...

"We Belong Together" by Mariah Carey (2005)

Mariah Carey's hit single from "The Emancipation of Mimi" remains is a classic modern love song. The video for "We Belong Together" was also a classic hit. Mariah has a great pop diva-themed music video for the hit song. We're including love songs about devotion and pining in our list of the best ones of the list of best songs we've heard song.

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"All of Me" by John Legend

John Legend's "All of Me" was an ode to his wife, Chrissy Teigen. This is the first song to be written from the 21st century. He and his wife have one of the most-loved marriages on the internet. Listen to the full list of the best romantic songs by John Legend at [link]. Do you know a good reason to be on the list.

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Adele - Make You Feel My Love

Adele's version of the song has been the most successful single in the world. It bridged the gap between successful artist to a world-dominating superstar. It is now the definitive version of Bob Dylan's song, and has become the most popular version ever. The song i...

Savage Garden - "Truly Madly Deeply" (1997)

"Truly Madly Deeply" was a hit in the US and stayed on the pop chart for a year. It spent 11 weeks at the top and spent more than two years on the adult contemporary chart. Dance artist Cascada covered the song in 2006 and took it to #14 on the dance chart. The song's original working title was "Magical Kisses" The song was released in September 2013 and is available now on iTunes and Amazon's iTunes Store for $35 ($40).

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“Something” by the Beatles

"Something" is the second-most-covered song of the Beatles' canon. More than 150 artists have tried the song on for size. Frank Sinatra christened it the “greatest love song ever written” The song would be the first George Harrison-written song to occupy the A-side of a Beatles single (with “Yesterday’s “Come Together” is the first to occupy a single with Harrison's "Yesterday” in 1969.

"I Love You Always Forever" by Donna Lewis (1996)

Lewis channeled Cindy Lauper's magic with "I Love You Always Forever" Just a decade later and with slightly more pizzazz, it's all over a decade since. Listen to the full version of the '90s pop bop on [link]. Back to Mail Online's Top 5 picks t...

“At Last” by Etta James

Etta James’s 1960 cover of “At Last” may seem a bit cliche, but from the first note, we all know what’re coming. Beyoncé's rendition of the song at the 2009 inauguration ball for Obama included the First Lady and President himself. The song was the most unapologetically romantic slow-dance–wedding–love-scene song in history, and Beyonce's rendition at Obama's inauguration ball was the perfect thing to watch.

Lionel Richie & Diana Ross - Endless Love

Ross and Richie recorded this song for Motown. The song was used as the theme for the film adaptation of Scott Spencer's novel Endless Love. While the film was a modest box-office success, it became the second biggest-selling single of the year. The duo recorded the song in a duet on Motown in the early 1980s.

"Love On Top" by Beyoncé (2011)

Beyonce is one of the greatest artists of our generation, with unrivaled vocal talent. She's at her most joyous, belting out her lyrics in a way that lets you hear her smile through the lyrics. "Love On Top" is Beyonce's new album, "Homecoming" is released this fall. Watch it out on Netflix, click here to watch Beyonce perform at 9 p.m. ET on Wednesday night as part of a special edition.

Boyz II Men - "I'll Make Love To You" (1994)

Boyz II Men's "I'll Make Love To You" was the lead single from their second album II. The song won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. It was a smash hit spending 14 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 making it one of the biggest hits of all time. Buy a copy of the song at Amazon.com and click here for all the latest music videos from the band and more info on the band.

Roberta Flack - "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" (1972)

Roberta Flack's 1972 version of "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" topped the pop and adult contemporary charts. The song was written by British folk artist Ewan MacColl in 1957. The Kingston Trio and Peter, Paul and Mary recorded it in the 1960s. It won the Grammy award for both Record and Song of the Year in 1972 and was later featured in Clint Eastwood movie Play Misty For Me. It is available on iTunes, Amazon.com, iTunes.com and Ebay.com.

“Unchained Melody” by the Righteous Brothers

Bobby Hatfield's luminous and raw vocal. The push and pull of instrumentation is subtler than expected. The world seems to agree: The Righteous Brothers version of the song remains the most popular and well-loved out of hundreds of recordings from around the globe. The song has all the corny, corny trappings of a by-the-numbers ballad: the swooning, arpeggiated opening, the crescendo to an epic orchestral finale.

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