Love songs for dating
Bob Dylan, "Lay Lady Lay" (1969) "Lay Lady Lay" is desirous and anticipatory.
It wants to reach out and grab your hand, make you stay the night.
The song is impassioned and just a little dirty; that feeling of danger makes it unforgettable.
— Listen: Rufus & Chaka Khan, "Ain't Nobody" 36.
Lastly, this list goes back to 1960, which we feel represents the dawn of pop music as we know it, but we apologize to Edith Piaf, Frank Sinatra, Mozart, et al.
Okay, episode where Brenda and Dylan break up, this is not a breakup song.
Some of it is just really dumb." But that candor only makes their earnest tenderness more affecting, when they sing, "I love it when you read to me, and you can read me anything." Bonus points for making reading romantic.
Its sexiness lies in its reserve; "Your Love is King" takes its time, but when the climax comes, it's well worth it. "Kiss From A Rose" still gives me chills, no matter how many times I've drunkenly yelled that "Bay-bay! Elton John, "Your Song" (1970) Many love songs are so over-the-top that the words lose meaning.However much their sugarpie honey bunch goes in and out of their life, these guys will always come running, in truly head-over-heels fashion.— Listen: The Four Tops, "I Can't Help Myself" 44.Tears For Fears, "Head Over Heels" (1985) While the first few synth chords will never let you forget what year it was, Curt Smith's voice and Roland Orzabal's lyrics never get old."Head Over Heels" perfectly captures the feeling of being blindsided by love — how scary and thrilling it can be, all at once. Norah Jones, "Come Away With Me" (2002) Now that it's won eight Grammies and sold exactly one bazillion copies, it's hard to remember how anachronistically fresh Listen: Norah Jones, "Come Away With Me" 42.