What are the top 10 love songs of all time? In this topic, we have handpicked the tops for you. These songs basically based on our taste, hope you will enjoy this list.
Love is always the sweetest gift for which we all desire our own story. But we can not deny that love is also worried, tired, also requires a lot of patience and sacrifice. But, today let’s focus on the romantic side of love storytelling via our list of top 10 love songs of all time.
1. “In Your Eyes” by Peter Gabriel feat. Youssou N’Dour
Cracking our top 10 love songs of all time is Peter Gabriel’s ’80s rock song that was cemented in movie culture with the 1989 movie “Say Anything” (the same film that gave our earlier pick’s band name). “In Your Eyes” manages to transcend its cheesiness and strike a romantic chord in our hearts every time.
2. “Something” by The Beatles
Choosing a favorite Beatles love tune is impossible. But there’s just something about this 1969 classic. Sure, it put George Harrison on the A-side for the first time. But it’s real claim to fame is that it gets us in the mood…to slow dance like no other.
3. “Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers
Doesn’t this 1965 Righteous Brothers song just make you want to dig your hands into some wet clay a la the epic romance Ghost and let whatever happens just happen? Same.
4. “God Only Knows” by The Beach Boys
“God Only Knows” finds itself at the top of most “best songs of all time” lists for good reason. Visionary Brian Wilson crafted some of his best work on the 1966 album “Pet Sounds,” and this heart-melting track is one of the record’s highlights.
5. “Make You Feel My Love” by Adele
Though picking one version of “Make You Feel My Love” is nearly impossible, Adele’s rendition on “19” is devastatingly beautiful (and once again falls into our “pining” category). Adele is serving up an emotional education to us all, and we’re here for the lesson.
6. “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston
Yet another ballad made iconic by a film, “I Will Always Love You” has transcended its meaning in “The Bodyguard” and become the root of Whitney Houston’s legacy. Her unrivaled vocal ability and intense emotional performance makes Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” (which was originally a Dolly Parton hit) the greatest love song of all time. What is the number 1 love song of all time? The majority response to this question could be “I will always love you”.
7. “My Heart Will Go On” by Céline Dion
It doesn’t take but a few notes of the pan flute to conjure memories of sitting in a dark theater for the third time watching James Cameron’s inescapable blockbuster, Titanic. Perhaps its greatest instrument? Céline Dion, who belts out the anthem of star-crossed lovers Jack and Rose. Also…there was room on that door.
8. “When a Man Loves a Woman” by Percy Sledge
Moreover, Michael Bolton. Soul legend Percy Sledge is the original owner of this musical love letter, recorded in 1966. The legend doesn’t hold back, making it one of the peak melodies of deep soul.
9. “I’ll Make Love to You” – Boyz II Men
When the members of Boyz II Men first heard Babyface’s composition “I’ll Make Love to You,” they were concerned about recording a song that was too similar to their previous hit, “End of the Road.” Nathan Morris explains, “The record company talked us into doing it and thank God it worked.”
10. “Endless Love” Diana Ross & Lionel Richie
This list of top 10 love songs of all time couldn’t complete if we miss this song. Producer Jon Peters and director Franco Zeffirelli asked Lionel Richie to compose an instrumental along the lines of the theme from “Love Story” for their movie starring Brooke Shields. When Zeffirelli changed his mind and asked Richie if he would add lyrics, the Motown star agreed to write some. Then Zeffirelli made one more request – to add a female singer, someone like Diana Ross.
It’s sonic proof that while musical fads and fashions will change with every generation, love — and the songs inspired by it — will never go out of style.