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Your Valentine’s Day playlist

1.“Silly Love Songs” by Wings
In response to critics saying that Paul McCartney was a lightweight song writer, Paul wrote this song — a simple, silly love song that is catchy and says “Love isn’t silly at all.”

2.“2 Atoms in a Molecule” by Noah and The Whale
This song is for all of those science couples, because what is love without a little chemistry?

3.“After The Storm” by Mumford & Sons
This song will either mend your heart or strengthen any relationship, “And love will not break your heart, but dismiss your fears.”

4.“All About Us” by He Is We and Owl City
Not just cute, but also great to listen to. A song that is literally, “All About Us.”

5.“Love You Madly” by Cake
Announce how you feel about your crush with this song! Or work out to this song, because it is really good to run to.

6.“Brokenhearted” by Karmin
Title says it all. Do not leave people brokenhearted. Happy Valentine’s Day.

7.“I Need Your Love” by Calvin Harris
This is an upbeat song about how great love is and wanting to be loved, and talks about having a fun time while being in love.

8.“I Won’t Say (I’m in Love)” by Susan Egan
Disney’s “Hercules” debuted this stubborn, cliché song about falling in love with the heartbroken Meg. It is simply a classic and tells people, “It’s okay; you’re in love.”

9.“Let Her Go” by Passenger
Beautiful song about having to let someone you have loved go because it is only hurting yourself and you deserve to be freed and find love somewhere else.

10.“Somebody to Love” by Queen
The anthem for any lonely heart, but it is also a song that says do not settle for anyone. Find someone who you can trust and who loves you for you.

11.“Lock Your Heart Down” by Churchill
This song is about taking that next step in the relationship and telling your significant other that they, “gotta lock your heart down.” Also, this song is just super catchy.

12. “Love Like This” by Kodaline
First off, this song starts off with a mandolin solo, so it is awesome right off the bat. However, this song is about relationships that won’t last and thinking about past failed relationships… also the lyrics will get stuck in your head.

13. “Love Song” by Sara Bareilles
Who can forget this sassy “Love Song”? Bareilles wrote this song because she was angry at her record label because they wanted a love song. Well they got one, and honestly, it is a great “Love Song.”

14. “Meant To Be” by Parachute
This song is simply about someone saying that they are “Meant To Be,” but the other person is running from them.

15.“Never Gonna Let This Go” by The Scene Aesthetic
Song about how happy they are to be in this relationship, “she always leaves me speechless / oh my god I can’t believe this/ time stands still when she is with me.” (How cute are these lyrics?)

16. “Our Song” by Taylor Swift
Everyone’s relationship has a song, but T-Swift’s song takes the cake. This song is also one of the best karaoke songs.

17. “Say Something” by A Great Big World, Christina Aguilera
Beautifully haunting and has made a small boy cry, A Great Big World writes a song about a failing relationship. I understand that it is a sad song for Valentine’s Day, but every relationship is not perfect, and this song has been stuck in my head for the last week.

18.“Someone Like You” by Adele
Mistaken as a sad song, but it is about moving on and finding someone else to love and share new memories with. Don’t waste time on a lost love and move on!

19.“Unconditionally” by Katy Perry
It is strange to find new love especially if you have been hurt before. However, this song is about finding someone who can accept you for you and make you feel comfortable enough to open up your heart.

20.“Seasons of Love” from “RENT”
This song is about measuring your life with happiness… and coffee. What matters are the happy moments, not the sad ones. Valentine’s Day comes once a year, but honestly sharing love should be every day.

By Alex Courtenay (Staff Writer)
Follow this playlist on Spotify under “Valentine’s Day” by Caitlin Knox.