Learn to play these sugary sweet love songs.
It’s that time of year again, and we’re here to sing the praises of…well…singing praises. Without question, the sharpest arrow in Cupid’s quiver is a sugary sweet love song. And there are lots of ways to deliver the goods, whether you treat your beloved to a moonlight serenade or a suggestive playlist. But one thing’s for certain. When you’re the one doing the wooing, a romantic song can turn even the coldest heart to pure syrup.
From smoldering to schmaltzy, we’ve collected 5 surefire Valentine’s Day love songs to show your sweetheart how sweet you can be.??? Learn one on piano and watch the fireworks fly!
1. Can’t Help Falling in Love – Elvis Presley
“Take my hand, take my whole life too.”
Sensuous but sincere, this is the love song to beat all love songs. But be warned, this is for SERIOUS romantics only.
2. You Are So Beautiful – Joe Cocker
“You are so beautiful to me.” x50
Is it deeply mushy? Yes. But I dare you to resist the FEELS!
3. A Whole New World – Aladdin
“A thrilling chase, a wondrous place for you and me.”
There’s no more exhilarating ode to the sense of discovery that comes with falling in love than this classic Disney duet.
4. Unforgettable – Nat King Cole
“It’s incredible that someone so unforgettable thinks that I am unforgettable too.”
The signature song of The Velvet Voice. One of the most perfect love songs ever written.
5. The Luckiest – Ben Folds
“In a wide sea of eyes I see one pair that I recognize.”
The modern piano man at his tenderest, “The Luckiest” is that rare thing: a happy-tearjerker.
There’s nothing wrong with roses and chocolate. BUT, this Valentines’ Day, try playing your beloved a gooey love song. We guarantee they’ll never forget it.
Happy Valentines Day everybody!