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Backtracks: Top 25 Love Songs

To those who like their playlist mushy with dreamy and far-off lyrics, this one's for you. Relax people, remember one list couldn't possibly cover all the greatest love songs ever made. 1. The Beach Boys, “God Only Knows” 2. Elvis Presley, “Can’t Help Falling in Love” 3. The Beatles, “Something” 4. Aretha Franklin, “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” 5. Al Green, “Let’s Stay Together” 6. Whitney Houston, “I Will Always Love You” 7. Rolling Stones, “Wild Horses” 8. Guns ‘n Roses, “Sweet Child ‘O Mine” 9. U2, “All I Want Is You” 10. Peter Gabriel, “In Your Eyes” 11. Paul McCartney, “Maybe I’m Amazed” 12. Johnny Cash, “Ring of Fire” 13. Percy Sledge, “When a Man Loves A Woman” 14. Etta James, “At Last” 15. Sam Cooke, “You Send Me” 16. Otis Redding, “These Arms of Mine” 17. The Righteous Brothers, “Unchained Melody” 18. Beyonce, "Crazy in Love" 19. Marvin Gaye, Tammi Terrell, “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” 20. Bob Dylan, “If Not for You”

Another Random Post...

Gabriella Cilmi on LATER Jools Holland BBC And yet, she's only 16.


Soko SoKo (born Stéphanie Sokolinski) is a French singer and actress. She was born in Bordeaux in France to a Polish family and has been called SoKo as far back as she can remember. She has appeared in several French movies, and got her start as a singer after she asked the director if she could sing on screen. In 2007 and 2008 she got a big hit in a number of countries, including Denmark, Austria and Belgium. At the moment SoKo isn’t signed by a (major) record label. She says; “I don’t want to sign now because I think it’s really rushed.” At several festivals she mentioned an album might be released in autumn 2008. You say you love me more, than all the girls you have had before Even more than music, even more than yourself Even more than everything, but it's just a lie So I will never love you more, than anything I Will Never Love You More Ill Kill Her Take My Heart

Today's Random Song...

Gonna Getcha Good - Shania Twain Original version is the best.

Love is a Mystery

Joshua Radin Joshua Radin is an acoustic singer/songwriter. When close friend and actor/film-maker Zach Braff heard a demo of Radin’s song “Winter,” he was immediately interested, and got the song onto his show Scrubs in the episode “My Screw Up.” The song received an overwhelmingly positive response and gave Radin substantial exposure with the show’s demographic. The songs “Today”, “Closer”, “Don’t Look Away” and “These Photographs” were also used on the show. Since, Joshua’s songs have been further featured on the FOX Television drama North Shore, and the ABC medical drama Grey’s Anatomy. His song “Star Mile” is on The Last Kiss movie soundtrack. Most recently his song “What If You” was featured on soundtrack to the movie Catch and Release. The album “We Were Here” was released in 2006, containing many of the songs featured on the various television shows. The album is made up of heavily acoustic indie Folk/Pop, and is especially reminiscent of Simon & Garfunkel, Elliott Smith, D