‘It’s Your Love’ is, quite possibly, the greatest country love song of all time. ‘Endless Love‘ by Lionel Richie An oldie but a goodie, Gigglers.
With this gem, he shows us just how good it can be when we get over our fear and his voice makes you want to believe anything he sings. ‘All For Love‘ by Color Me Badd Seriously, they want you to know they do it ALL FOR LOVE.Well Gigglers, the time has finally come where I am lucky enough to combine two of my favorite things in this life- music and love. To be clear, I am terrible with love; actually have no idea what I am doing, am slightly put-off by the idea of having to go on an actual date and have been fairly unlucky in the entire department.However, that is neither here nor there because I still just love the idea of it all."You're like a candy store and I'm a toddler/You got me wantin' more." Drizzy used this summer smash to describe his ideal woman: "Sweatpants, hair tied, chillin' with no make up on." This song caught fire and sent Drake to the top of the charts. Long before Future told us to "Turn on the Lights," LL Cool J hit the streets in search of his own 'round the way girl ("I want a girl with extensions in her hair/Bamboo earrings, at least two pair").Not your standard groupie love fare, De La's candy-coated "Eye Know" over lush samples (notably from Otis Redding's "(Sittin' on) the Dock of the Bay") made it cool to declare sweet affection for that "special someone" without sounding corny.It's been a while, but I've searched for the "best break-up songs" before, and whether you're using Google or in some weird alternate universe where Alta Vista still exists, you usually get a bunch of mopey music that makes you want run back to the person you broke up with or at least go cuddle with that weird kid in the park who rocks ear-expanders.What I really wanted then, and what most women need from time to time, is a playlist that reminds you that being alone is way better than being with a jerk. Rock out to the best break-up songs for women by women this Valentine's Day and save yourself any February 15th embarrassment when you wake up to a lot of random Tinder messages cause the wine made you swipe right at all the wrong times.With plenty of options to choose from, ‘I’ll Never Break Your Heart’ won out because, at the end of the day, it’s what every girl really wants to hear. ‘This I Promise You‘ by N’Sync In an effort to not play favorites, the two smoothest, love-song-singing boy bands of my generation are one right after the other. You know one of them was your first love and at least once a year you listen to one of their songs again. ‘Love Me Tender’ takes you back to a time where you might be sitting on a porch swing with your one and only, feeling like you are the only two people in the whole world. ‘You Are The Best Thing‘ by Ray La Montagne When Ray La Montagne sings, you listen and when he sings about love you fall hard. ‘She’s My Kind of Rain’ explains love in the most magical way and Tim Mc Graw is the cowboy we would all only hope would describe us in these ways.The boys of N’Sync won just as many hearts as their aforementioned counterparts and when they sang ‘This I Promise You’ and girls everywhere believed. Don’t we all just want to be the best thing that ever happened to someone? 16, ‘It’s Your Love‘ by Faith Hill and Tim Mc Graw Continuing on with the country love, Faith and Tim are the most iconic duo in country music, one of the greatest celebrity love stories.Except greatest love songs of ALL TIME turned out to be a lot of pressure so it’s more like my most favorite songs about love. With soul, pop-rock, country, classic and a few nods to the tween heartthrobs of yesterday and today, there is a little something for everyone.So, without further ado, I present to you, my 30 favorite love songs of all time! ‘Love Story‘ by Taylor Swift Love her or hate her, Taylor is the reigning princess of the love song so it would be foolish of me not to throw her a mention. However, it turns out Pat Monahan loves love too, so give this one a listen.