Songs About Love – Our Silversurfers Valentine’s Day Playlist

Love is in the air this Valentine’s Day weekend – what better way to celebrate than with some of the greatest songs about love ever written?

From feel good hits to heartfelt ballads, songs about joy or songs about heartbreak, we’ve collected some of the best love songs from the last five decades to enjoy.

God Only Knows – Beach Boys

The Book of Love – Peter Gabriel

Always On My Mind – Elvis Presley

Strangers in the Night – Frank Sinatra

Crazy – Patsy Cline

Always a Woman to Me – Billy Joel

How Deep is Your Love – BeeGees

UB40 – Can’t Help Falling In Love

Make You Feel My Love – Adele

Your Song – Elton John

Natural Woman – Aretha Franklin

My Girl – The Temptations

Let’s Stay Together – Al Green

What’s Love Got to Do With It – Tina Turner

Part-Time Lover – Stevie Wonder

Shania Twain – You’re Still The One

Phil Collins – You’ll Be In My Heart

U2 – Sweetest Thing

Do you use Spotify? Listen to the entire playlist here.

Are any of your favourites on the list? What do you think the best love songs are?

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13th Feb 2016
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My favourite is Love is all Around by the Troggs and if that works then Wild Thing.
All the list except 1 would have been on vinyl disks and I think I was one of the few people that thought the sound of vinyl was far superior and warmer sounding. I have had a lot of 60's and 70's albums and singles just sitting in my basement for maybe 25 years and just recently being in my mid 60's and slowly going deaf I decided to play them again while I could hear them. I don't think I hear too much of the music now I think I hear the songs I remember. Anyway last week I set up a system in my living room with a new deck and tuner/amplifier. Last Thursday night my 12 year old granddaughter came over walked in and stared then pointing at the deck, quite indignantly said "What's That" The CD and MP3 generation.

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