Friday, February 06, 2009

Love Songs for Valentines Day 2009

Music is a rare gift of nature to the human beings. It is a medium of conversation with God and when we meet a human being in love - this means we are certainly in touch with God.These everlasting love songs will help you to say what you could not do before. So go ahead and have a rollicking Valentines Day.

Most Requested Valentine’s Day Songs

Gwen Stefani wrote The Sweet Escape about a couple dreaming of perfect life together after reconciling. Neil Diamond only recently revealed that his passionate tune Sweet Caroline was inspired by a cute 1960s magazine photo of President John F. Kennedy’s daughter Caroline.

The Sweet Escape (Gwen Stefani ) … Number 1 most-requested song from 2007
Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond) … Number 2 from 1969
Can’t Help Falling In Love (Elvis Presley) … Number 4 from 1962
Jimmy Mack (Martha and the Vandellas) … Number 5 from 1967
You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine (Lou Rawls) … Number 5 from 1976
Groove Is In The Heart (Dee Lite) … Number 6 from 1990
La La Means I Love You (the Delphonics) … Number 6 from 1968
Dreamlover (Mariah Carey) … Number 7 from 1993
My Heart Will Go On (Celine Dion) … Number 9 from 1998
I Could Fall In Love (Selena) … Number 9 from 1995.

Most Inspiring Pop Songs For Valentines Day

Love Power refers to a powerful bond where lovers focus exclusively on each other. Ironically, I Will Always Love You laments someone who is not right for the singer even though she’ll love that person forever. Partly because Whitney Houston’s vocals are so mesmerizing, the song is often misinterpreted as a tribute to everlasting love and is even a popular wedding song.

Power of Love / Love Power (Luthor Vandross) … Number 10 most-requested song from 1991
I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston) … Number 10 from 1992
Be My Lover (La Bouche) … Number 11 from 1996
Can You Feel The Love Tonight (Elton John) … Number 12 from 1994
Greatest Love Of All (Whitney Houston) … Number 13 from 1986
Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman? (Bryan Adams) … Number 13 from 1995
Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You (Frankie Valli) … Number 14 from 1967
It Takes Two (Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston) … Number 15 from 1967
The Game Of Love (Santana featuring Michelle Branch) … Number 16 from 2002
Let's Stay Together (Tina Turner) … Number 25 from 1984.

See Also:
How to Make Valentine's Day Photo Slideshow Story Video for YouTube

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