6 Romantic songs you must put into your Valentine’s Day playlist

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The finest love songs describe feelings that are difficult to put into words in real life. They’re heartfelt, reassuring, and inspiring, all at the same time. With Valentine’s being just round the corner, everyone is looking for songs they can dedicate to their loved ones.

Listed below are 6 romantic songs that will make your Valentine’s even more romantic.

We Found Love (Rihanna and Calvin Harris)

Rihanna’s song We Found Love is taken from her sixth studio album, Talk That Talk (2011). Calvin Harris wrote and produced the song, which also includes Scottish DJ Calvin Harris. It was released on his third album 18 Months (2012). We Found Love debuted on the Capital FM radio station in the United Kingdom on September 22, 2011, and was released for download the same day as the lead single from Talk That Talk. We Found Love is a dance-pop, techno, and Europop-influenced electro house track. The lyrics of the song describe a couple who “discovered love in a hopeless situation.”

Rihanna - We Found Love ft. Calvin Harris

Make You Feel My Love (Adele)

Bob Dylan wrote the song Make You Feel My Love for his 1997 album Time Out of Mind. It was initially commercially published by Billy Joel under the title To Make You Feel My Love, before being followed by Dylan’s version later that year. It has since been covered by a slew of artists, including Clare Dunn, Adele, Teddy Swims, Garth Brooks, Shane Filan, Bryan Ferry, Kelly Clarkson, Ane Brun, and Nick Knowles, and has proven to be a commercial success. It is one of the few songs in the twenty-first century to attain the rank of standard, having been covered by over 450 different artists. Dylan eventually released the song as a single on his own.

Adele - Make You Feel My Love (Official Video)

My Love (Justin Timberlake)

My Love is a song by Justin Timberlake, an American singer and songwriter, from his second studio album, FutureSex/LoveSounds (2006). It was released as the album’s second single on October 24, 2006, by Jive Records. Timberlake, Timbaland, Nate “Danja” Hills, and T.I. collaborated on the song, which was co-written by Timberlake and T.I. and produced by Timberlake  and Danja.

Kiss From A Rose (Seal)

Seal’s second eponymous album contains the song Kiss from a Rose. In July 1994, the song was released as a single and was included in the film The NeverEnding Story III. It was re-released a year later, in 1995, as part of the Batman Forever film soundtrack, and went on to top the US and Australian charts. Several other nations, including Canada, France, Iceland, and Norway, ranked it in the top ten. It was nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance at the 1996 Grammy Awards.

Seal - Kiss From A Rose (Official Music Video) + Lyrics (HQ - High Quality)

Steal My Girl (One Direction)

One Direction’s song Steal My Girl  was written and recorded by the English-Irish boy band. It’s the first single off their upcoming fourth studio album, Four (2014). On September 29, 2014, the song  was released globally. Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne, as well as Jonathan Cain, Wayne Hector, John Ryan, Ed Drewett, and Julian Bunetta, collaborated on the track (the four had previously written Best Song Ever). Julian Bunetta, John Ryan, and Pär Westerlund produced it. On their fourth concert tour, the On the Road Again Tour, they also performed this song for the first time.

One Direction - Steal My Girl

Love Story (Taylor Swift)

Taylor Swift’s song Love Story was written and recorded in the United States. Big Machine Records released it as the debut single from Swift’s second studio album, Fearless, on September 15, 2008. Love Story is based on the story of William Shakespeare’s 16th-century tragedy Romeo and Juliet, and was inspired by a love interest that was unpopular among Swift’s family and friends. Contrary to Shakespeare’s tragic climax, the two protagonists, Romeo and Juliet, end up in a marriage proposal in the song’s tale. The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne is also mentioned in the lyrics (1850). Swift and Nathan Chapman co-wrote and produced the country pop tune, which contains soprano vocals and a slow-building melody of banjo, violin, mandolin, and guitar.

Taylor Swift - Love Story