#RomanticTuesday 3-14-17 “Love is in the Air!”

Hi everyone and Happy Romantic Tuesday! I hope your week is starting off great! Me and a few bloggers participated in some “Love is in the air” posts in February. We all contributed some of our favorite love songs. Tracy from a Joyful Process created an awesome “Love is in the Air” YouTube playlist of several of those songs. You can check out the details here. Here are some of my favorite love songs from our list below. The songs date back to circa 1950’s-2000’s. Which of your favorite love songs would you contribute? Feel free to leave them in the comments section. I tried to only pick one song from this amazing list but it was impossible! Have a great day, everyone and I’ll see you soon!

Rest in peace Al Jarreau

Honorable Mentions from the List

Marvin Gaye “Let’s Get it On”

R. Kelly “Your Body’s Callin”

Johnny Gill “My, My, My”

Percy Sledge “When a Man Loves a Woman” live

Heatwave “Always and Forever”

Shai “Comforter”

Sade “No Ordinary Love”

John Legend “All of Me”

Michael Buble “I Just Haven’t Met You Yet”

Etta James “At Last”

Sam Smith “Stay with Me”

TLC “Red Light Special”

Keith Sweat “Make it Last Forever

 

 

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17 thoughts on “#RomanticTuesday 3-14-17 “Love is in the Air!”

  1. Nice choices. I have so many favorites…Unchained Melody, When a Man Loves a Woman, At Last were early favorites. Then..Your Song (Elton John), I Want to Know What Love Is (Foreigner), In Your Eyes (Peter Gabriel), Still (Lionel Ritchie). And for the country fan…Willie Nelson’s You Were Always On my Mind, and the tear-jerker I Stopped Loving Her Today.

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