Day is just around the corner and we have a declaration to make – we’re not
fans of this particular day. Yeah, the stupid day is all about spreading love
and discovering personalized versions of cringe-fests that puts all of us
“unromantics” to shame.
like the society’s way of prejudicing against the ones who’re not in love (or
not as in love) and have no intention to focus on that aspect of life.
here’s the thing, we listen to an awful lot of love songs for a bunch of
pessimistic individuals who’re happily not in love. That’s not it – we admire
musicians and singers who’re actually known for producing tunes that are
who doesn’t like that talented ginger boy?
we’d like to point out that this article is not a love letter to Valentine’s
Day. However, it is a tribute to all the love songs that warm your bloody cold
if you have a date on this day and you have no idea how to express yourself,
it’s musicians like Ed Sheeran who step in and make it easier for you. They can
summarize how you might feel about someone in a three-minute song. And it’s a
worthy trick to use because you have no idea how many people easily melt and
get floored after you dedicate them a love song. Honestly, it’s pathetic
because your feelings are on sale. But hey, let’s try to enjoy this day for a
be the John Cusack of your life and play a romantic soundtrack on a Boombox to
impress the love of your life.
hey, you have to take them out for fancy dinners and write them a love letter
because love is no longer cheap – it’s a full-blown business.
check out these 23 best MP3s that we’ve laid out for you because we may not
have an interest in Valentine’s Day but we do have a good taste in music.
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Something by The Beatles
Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran
Valentine by The Replacements
Valentine’s Day by Bruce Springsteen
Toxic Valentine by All Time Low
Valentine by Train
Cupid’s Chokehold by Gym Class Heroes ft.
Your Song by Elton John
All of Me by John Legend
If I Ain’t Got
You by Alicia Keys
Make You Feel My
Love by Adele
Falling In Love by Elvis Presley
Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars
Love on Top by Beyoncé
I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing by Aerosmith
Sexual Healing by Marvin Gaye
Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Queen
Cupid by Sam Cooke
Somebody else by the 1975
Death of a bachelor by Panic! at the disco
Rare by Selena Gomez
Break My heart by Dua Lipa
I Feel it coming by The Weeknd
don’t get sick to the stomach when you celebrate Valentine’s Day while
listening to these romantic songs. Do let us know how you’re going to celebrate
Valentine’s Day this year.