Valentine’s Day Music

 

Hey Guys,

Oh my word! It’s been so long! I am so sorry I haven’t posted anything on here since . . . October? Wow! All I can say is that I was really busy and had to take care of a lot of stuff on my plate. Luckily, I have the time to post something on here unto I can write something with a little more content.

Last year (or was it the year before that?) I did a summer songs playlist and it was really popular. I had you guys send in suggestions and I made something for you guys to listen to. Since I wanted to post this as soon as possible,  I am just going to pick some I like. If you want to send in suggestions, please leave them in the comments! 🙂

Alright! Let’s get started.

All of Me ~ John Legend: Okay, this song is the ultimate love song. He wrote it for his wife and sang it for her on their wedding day, which is seriously the cutest thing ever. The lyrics are heartfelt and sweet. This song deserves a place on your playlist!

 

Only Us ~ Dear Evan Hansen: This song is from a new musical on Broadway and I’m obsessed. The musical tells the story of a teenager who has to cope with some difficult circumstances in his life. This sweet love song really touches my heart and I hope it does the same for you.

 

Can’t Help Falling In Love With You ~ Elvis Presley: I’d be surprised if you hadn’t heard this song. Not only is it beautiful, it’s simple and basically captures what it’s like to fall in love with someone. It was originally sung by Elvis Presley, but many people have covered it. Click here to see one of my favorite covers.

 

I’ll Wait For You ~ Moriah Peters and Joel Smallbone: I am obsessed with this song, guys. What  makes it even better is that Moriah and Joel are actually married in real life! It talks about their love story and how they had to wait for each other and true love. It’s kinda mushy but hey! I love mushy!

 

Make You Feel My Love ~ Adele: This song doesn’t need an explanation. It speaks for itself.

 

Tear In My Heart ~ Twenty One Pilots: I am not the Biggest Twenty One Pilots fan in the world, but I found it interesting that out of all the songs they’ve ever released, this is the only love song. It was penned by Tyler Joseph, the lead singer, for his wife, who is featured in the music video. Although the song isn’t a conventional love song, it really grows on you.

 

In Your Eyes ~ Peter Gabriel: This song is a major throwback, yet is one of my favorite songs on this list. I love Peter Gabriel’s voice as well as the lyrics he wrote.

 

Helpless ~ Hamilton: You thought I wasn’t going to throw in a Hamilton song, huh? This song tells the story of how Eliza Schuyler and Alexander Hamilton met, fell in love and got married. It’s catchy and sweet, and it possibly one of my favorite songs from the hit musical.

 

All I Ask of You ~ Phantom of the Opera: This is the last song from a musical on this list, and it is quite possibly one of the most beautiful showtunes ever written. Most theatre fans have this one memorized, but even if you don’t like theatre, you should enjoy listening to this one.

 

I Love You Too Much ~ The Book of Life: Although this song is from a kids movie, I absolutely love it. It’s so sweet and romantic. Diego Luna, from Rogue One, sings it.

 

Faithfully ~ Journey: If you told me I had to pick one song from my list to be my favorite,  it would be this one. I can listen to this song over and over again without getting tired of it. It talks about how being in a relationship while touring on the road is difficult, but how he is willing to stand by her side no matter what.

 

That’s it!

I hope you guys enjoy some of these songs, whether you’re single or in a relationship this Valentine’s Day.

Much Love,

Isabelle

 

 

 

 

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One thought on “Valentine’s Day Music

  1. Ooh I love this! Dear Evan Hansen is awesome.

    Also some I might add is As Long as Your Mine from Wicked, Love Never Dies from LND, Heart Full of Love from Les Mis, and there’s so many more from musicals that I can’t think of now xD

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