Day 10: Countdown of my favorite love songs (for weddings)

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Thank you for sticking with me through all ten days of Valentine’s Day love song posts. To recap, days 1-9 featured the following types of love songs:

  1. Angry Love Songs
  2. Bittersweet Break Up Songs
  3. Songs for the Brokenhearted
  4. Love/Hate Songs
  5. Non-romantic Love Songs
  6. Pour Your Heart Out Love Songs
  7. Songs with Messages to New Lovers
  8. Love Story Songs
  9. Sweet Declarations Love Songs

It’s only fitting to feature my favorite wedding songs for my Valentine’s Day feature. Most were part of my wedding soundtrack (indicated by *) if they were released prior to 2005. I couldn’t narrow it down to my top three, so I have my top five and a bunch of honorable mentions. Continue Reading “Day 10: Countdown of my favorite love songs (for weddings)”

Day 9: Countdown of my favorite love songs (sweet declarations)

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Welcome to day nine of my ten-day series of Valentine’s Day inspired blog posts. Yesterday, I wrote about my favorite love story songs. Today is all about those sweet declarations of love. These are songs are expressions of love in its purest form. There’s no confusion on the part of the declarer; they know exactly how much they love the receiver and that it will last forever. Continue Reading “Day 9: Countdown of my favorite love songs (sweet declarations)”

Day 6: Countdown of my favorite love songs (pour your heart out)

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Welcome to day six of my ten-day series of Valentine’s Day inspired blog posts. Yesterday, I wrote about my favorite non-romantic love songs. Today’s songs are all about pouring your heart out.

These are expressions of love that involve an element of desperation. An element of begging someone to love you. An element of pleading with them not to leave you or asking that they let you love them. All because your life feels incomplete without them. You miss them. Continue Reading “Day 6: Countdown of my favorite love songs (pour your heart out)”