Top 10 love songs of all time

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11:06 pm 12 Sep, 2010

Most of us can think of particular songs we associate with the love relationships of our lives. The best love songs of all time have created magic and helped two hearts become one with their lovely romantic lyrics and rhythms. The following article of Topyaps will cover 10 great love songs of all time that have not only touched our hearts but also the soul.

10. Every night in my dreams (Celine Dion – 1997):

Love was when I loved you One true time I hold to In my life we’ll always go on Near, far, wherever you are I believe that the heart does go on. Celine Dion does this song to such an unmatchable level of perfection. We still get goosebumps every time we play this. Bravo Miss, bravo…

9. God only knows (The Beach Boys – 1966):

This song is unbelievable. The second verse is the most powerful. He’s saying that if she left him, he wouldn’t die or anything…but everything would just mean so much left. That’s how real, healthy love is. It’s a good thing to be so grateful for someone in your life.

8. Close to you (The Carpenters – 1970):

This is a delightful song. There are no dull moments and when you have finished listening to it, we guarantee that you will want to hear it again and again. This album launched the Carpenters into stardom that made them one of the most-listened to groups of the seventies.

7. I will always love you (Whitney Houston – 1992):

Some songs makes you crawl because the lyrics touch you. Some makes you mad because the lyrics are just to good to be true and some songs just are both and have singer behind it that make you want to cry because the voice is like an angel and this is one of those songs.

6. You are the sunshine of my life (Stevie Wonder – 1973):

Stevie is the king of soul..through his lyrics, songs, music..nobody can compare how deeply talented he is as a remarkable musician! Thank you Stevie for sharing your god given talents to us are truly amazing & have a gift like no other!

5. Wonderful tonight (Eric Clapton – 1977):

And you’re obviously ignorant if you’re saying I’m NOT a Clapton fan. This song just says it all. It is the song of all songs for lovers. All you couples that are out their….. listen to this song and listen well. Let it be the song that brings you together together as one. .

4. May be I am amazed (Paul McCartney – 1977):

As an artist Paul is really a blast to be around. When you see him perform on stage you just wish you were on stage with him, having a blast with the band mates, they’re always smiling up there. It’s rare you see such complete musicians! And he has always been it, all the way from the start of his career.

3. I just can’t stop loving you (Michael Jackson – 1987):

Written and composed by Jackson, this song was performed on his Bad Tour with background singer Sheryl Crow. This song of magical Michael has brought so much comfort and joy to people all over the world. Still our mind can’t process you are gone but we know your spirit lives, and we are sure all us fans can feel it in your songs.

2. I will follow him (Little Peggy March  -1963):

March was 15 when she recorded this. To this day, she holds the record for being the youngest female singer to have a #1 hit all over the world. This song not only reached #1 in the US, but also in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Scandinavia.

1. I want to hold your hand (The Beatles – 1964):

The most influential masterpiece of all time. John Lennon played this song for His friend Gerry Marsden from “Gerry and The Pacemakers” when they were on tour together with “The Beatles”. Gerry recalls that John came into His hotel room and said: Gerry here is our new song “I Wanna hold your hand” but Gerry just replied: that’s terrible,not knowing how big a hit it would turn out to be. If there is the greatest song of all time this has to be it. Anybody that can remember January of 1964 sure knows, The Beatles are in a class alone….


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