Best Valentines Day Songs

These Songs are Sure To Touch Your Heart

best valentines day songs

Here are the best Valentines Day Songs that may or may not hit home this year. Music has a way of touching you during sentimental times, and this list be may contain just the song you needed to get through this time on Valentine's Day.

They don't all may not necessarily have to do with cheating or infidelity, but I thought they were appropriate for those that are going through something, good or bad this year.

I've compiled a list of songs to get you started in your search to find that song that hits home for you.

If nothing else, they are all good listening. Sit back and take in a few!

Valentine’s Day Songs – One of Them May Hit Home

  • I'm Gonna Leave You - Marlee MacLeod
  • Breaks My Heart - Monica
  • Our Love - Bruce McCulloch
  • Lucky - Jim's - Big Ego
  • Used To Love Her - Guns 'N' Roses
  • All My Love's In Vain - Robert Johnson
  • All Out Of Love - Air Supply
  • You're Still My Man - Whitney Houston
  • You Take My Breath Away - Rex Smith
  • It's All Over Now - The Rolling Stones
  • What Do I Get - The Buzzcocks

I hope you enjoyed this list, and please let me know what songs you think should be added so others can enjoy for years to come.

I would love to know what song helped you get over a relationship or touched you in that special way on Valentine's Day. Feel free to include your story of that special song about cheating that touched your heart.

Please submit the song that you would like to see added to this list (Please let me know if you would like your feedback shared for others to read)

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