Valentine’s Day Movie Sound Track

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Sometimes, even the best Valentine’s Day wishes fail when we’re trying to express how much we care for that special person in our life. Luckily, there are plenty of talented musicians and singers who can sum it all up for us!

We’ve rounded up some of the best Valentine’s Day songs ever, as well as the greatest love songs of all time, to create a romantic soundtrack to your Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re going all out or you’re just staying in for an intimate Valentine’s Day dinner, these tunes have the most romantic song lyrics to set the mood immediately. The list features obvious love song heavy hitters, like Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, and Etta James. While there are plenty of songs about Valentine’s Day, including tracks from Bruce Springsteen and Fiona Apple, we’ve made sure to include some classic country love songs too, like Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You.”

Use these songs in addition to some Valentine’s Day quotes to show how much you care. No matter how you plan on spending the day, whether it’s getting comfy for a Valentine’s Day movie marathon or going on a romantic day trip, these Valentine’s Day songs will create a wonderfully dreamy backdrop to your celebration of love.

1“Something” by The Beatles

They lyrics to this Beatles classic are certainly tender and sweet—but the accompanying music video starring the Fab Four and their significant others really brings “Something” into the tear-jerker status of all-time great love songs.

2“Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran

Cliché in all the right ways, this love ballad about growing old with your loved one became an instant classic the moment it was released.

3“My Funny Valentine” by Frank Sinatra

While this song has been covered hundreds of times, Frank Sinatra’s version of this famous Richard Rogers and Lorenz Hart tune is unbeatable.

4“Valentine” by The Replacements

American rock band The Replacements put this song out on their fifth studio album in 1987, Pleased to Meet Me.

5“Valentine’s Day” by Steve Earle

This moving, earnest song might say everything you need to this Valentine’s Day.

6“Won’t You Be My Valentine” by Dore Alpert

If you’re trying to find the right words to ask that special someone out, this crooning 1962 track will do all the talking for you.

7“Be Mine” by R.E.M.

This song is said to be a play on Valentine’s Day candy hearts, but personalized for the narrator’s lover.

8“Valentine’s Day” by Bruce Springsteen

The song was featured on Bruce Springsteen’s 1987 album Tunnel of Love, which is ranked on Rolling Stone’s list of 500 greatest albums of all time.

9“Valentine” by Willie Nelson

This track keeps it short and simple, asking the classic line, “Won’t you be my Valentine?”

10“Valentine” by 5 Seconds of Summer

The Australian quartet released this song in 2018, which the band described as the “ultimate Valentine’s Day song” on their YouTube channel.

11“My Valentine” by Paul McCartney

The Beatle features Eric Clapton in his 2011 song, while Natalie Portman stars in the music video.

12“Valentine” by Pentatonix

The popular a capella group reimagined this song originally created by Jessie Ware, along with a beautiful music video.

13“Valentine” by Martina McBride & Jim Brickman

This romantic tune is sure to remind you and yours what you really mean to each other.

14“Toxic Valentine” by All Time Low

The pop punk band’s single was featured on the soundtrack for the 2009 horror dark comedy flick Jennifer’s Body.

15“Valentine” by Train

Be warned: You might have this catchy song stuck in your head for weeks!

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