Sunday, August 25, 2013


I'm a music lover and I usually update myself with new tracks yet I stay in love with timeless pieces that will never fade with time.

A romantic song is one of my favorites.

I'm sharing my favorite love songs that I find timeless :)

5.) Just a kiss - Lady Antebellum

The lyrics of this song and the melody amuses me.

The video begins with a young woman, Joy, entering a train and discovering an iPad in her backpack. The iPad has a video of her boyfriend with a sign written in French words that mean "Don't forget about me," and also some videos of the couple's travels throughout London, Paris, and Berlin, after which the couple bid each other farewell. A subsequent scene shows Joy's boyfriend finding her sitting on a train seat and they share a kiss. Joy is then seen awoken from sleep as a man named Brady, who looks exactly like the boyfriend in Joy's dream, sits next to her. Brady apologizes for waking her and asks if she minds if he sits next to her. The two make introductions, and Joy mentions her dream. Brady then takes out his iPad case (exactly the same case as the one Joy had in her dream), and smiles at her. Joy smiles back, having experienced this deja vu moment. - Wikipedia

4.) Terrified by Katharine Mcphee ft. Zachary Levi 

Katharine's voice is magical :)

"Terrified" is the second single from American singer Katharine McPhee's second studio album, Unbroken, which was released on January 5, 2010. The song features singer/songwriter Jason Reeves. The song was written by American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi and Reeves. - Wikipedia

3.) Marry me by The Train 

I love this song so much!! the title of the song is the most romantic words ever... I love the harmony, the melody, the lyrics, the video and the band it's a WHOLE PACKAGE

The music video for the song was directed by Lex Halaby. The concept of the video consists of three main outlets - it starts off with separate shots of different couples sitting on a couch and reminiscing about the start of their relationships and the details of how they met. The rest of the video alternates between two different environments, starting with a diner in which a love at first sight moment occurs between Pat Monahan and the waitress of the diner, played by Anna Camp, when their eyes meet. The second alternate environment is the band performing the song, with drummer Scott Underwood on piano and Jimmy Stafford on guitar, with a gray background. The story of the video progresses with the waitress looking at the table where Pat was sitting only to find that he has left, causing her to become regretful of not taking a chance to talk to Pat. The waitress eventually runs out of the diner, hoping that her true love has not gone far, but is disappointed to realize that that's not the case. She then returns to the table where Pat was sitting and finds that he's left his hat. She looks up to see Pat return to the diner, their eyes meet, and he smiles. The final shot of the video shows two steaming cups of coffee on either side of a table in the diner. - Wikipedia

2.) All the love in the world by The Corrs

I love this song personally because I find this a reflection of myself. A girl who believes who has everything, a family that she loves and loves her, friends that will always be there for her, A career that keeps her busy and happy but every time she looks back she misses one thing and that's her heart. She's afraid to love thinking its not gonna work out, Afraid to be rejected and afraid to open up. She needs someone who will prove to her that love is not an illusion and gonna stood up for her weaknesses. She needs someone who really sees her and gonna stay for a lifetime and just for a moment. 

"All the Love in the World" was originally included on their third studio album, "In Blue" (2000).[1] The song was later included on the soundtrack of the 2001 romantic comedy film America's Sweethearts, starring Julia RobertsCatherine Zeta-Jones and John Cusack.[2] It was released as a promotional single to the film, with a remix version being available in its soundtrack[2] and in a promotional single (which includes the album version, as well),[3] and with a music video with scenes of the film being released to further promote it.[4]
"All the Love in the World" was written by The Corrs (AndreaCarolineSharon and Jim), while Robert John "Mutt" Lange co-wrote and produced the song. - Wikipedia

1.) I knew I loved you before I met you by Savage Garden

This is my ultimate favorite romantic song.. This song depicts a love that is meant to be. Falling in love with someone whose characteristics were embedded in your mind right before you met him. When a time comes you finally say the words " He is the one ".

The music video was filmed by director Kevin Bray in August, 1999 on a New York City Subway set that had previously been used on the sitcom Seinfeld.[1] It features Hayes playing out a romantic plot on a subway train, with a female passenger (played by American actress Kirsten Dunst) as the object of his affections. At one point, the train comes to a stop due to a power outage; red emergency lighting comes on and everyone in the carriage joins hands. Hayes, who is sitting opposite his aforementioned love interest, extends his hand to her. As they touch, the video cuts to a montage of the couple walking through a park, bathed in sunlight, laughing and holding hands. The video then cuts back to the carriage as the power comes back on and the train pulls into the station. Hayes and the woman exit with the other passengers, and share a fleeting glance before going their separate ways. Shots of the band performing alone on the subway platform and in the carriage are interspersed throughout the video. - Wikipedia

Hope you like my top 5 romantic songs. Tell me yours :)
Happy weekend everyone.

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