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Sun, 21st Mar 2010 | palmfm | 1,297 Views.

Love Songs

www.palm.fm We play Love Songs After Dark at 10pm but what would you consider to be your favourite love song and why?

                


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Tue, 23rd Mar 2010
Three Times a Lady by the Commodores. Takes me back to Hades/Colonel Bogey's nightspot in Cliftonville, so many years ago. And you can waltz to it.
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Tue, 23rd Mar 2010
Many thanks for your comments some interesting choices there, in fact love them all.
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
I'm going for another one too.It's not a love song in the usual sense i.e. man - woman love song but (and I've written this before so sorry to harp on)Tears in Heaven is a beautiful love song by Eric Clapton as a tribute to his young son who died tragically at six years old.
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
Agree with sammie. There are so many to choose from, I suppose it depends on what stage of the love stakes you find yourself at.
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
The first time ever I saw your face - the Celine Dion version
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
Isn't She Lovely by Stevie Wonder. The lyrics are beautiful...new life and love are captured wonderfully in this song.
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
Dire Straits So Far Away is one I love, not so much a love song but meant so much at certain point in life.
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
Good idea!
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
Put it on the new album MeLady.
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
Oh I love that one BC!
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
Here, There and Everywhere. Chosen by Paul McCartney as one of his favourite self penned songs. Like Hoppy's choice too.
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
'Wonderful Tonight' was often the last song in my Dad's old band set list and when I was little I'd watch everyone dancing to it and wish I had a boyfriend to dance with too! Plus, they had a singer called Freddy Scott. He is, sadly, no longer with us but his voice always will be. Nobody sang that like Fred. Also, 'Love Will Keep Us Alive' by the Eagles and 'Unchained Melody' (especially in the context of THAT scene in 'Ghost').
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
Mine are VERY old.... "you'll never know" and "as i love you"
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Mon, 22nd Mar 2010
Think someone mentioned it before on this site and when they did I checked it out. The song is 'Makin' Love Out Of Nothing At All' by Air Supply. Great song, go check it out.
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
When I fall in love, Nat King Cole. Brings back many memories of late Sunday Nights with my new girlfriend. Now my wife. Also was there ever better singer than Nat King Cole?
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
Kiss me in the Rain and The Love Inside by Barbra Streisand. I find them particularly gut wrenching.
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
Sorry for me has to be If Tomorrow Never Comes by Garth Brooks (although I do the Barry Manilow version every night in my set). Great lyrics and very meaningful. Takes me back to 9/11 or the death of Diana Princess of Wales. For those people whom lost their lives, Tomorrow will never come... So tell that someone that you love, just what you're thinking of, If Tomorrow Never Comes!
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
Smoked a pipe?That has made me laugh out loud but I can't fault your music taste I love the doo wop music@ TGV
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
Tonight, I think by Elton John. It's absolutely beautiful with a very long instrumental intro that is just amazing. Just listened to the love theme from Flashdance, I love it.
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
Sorry guys, type in love theme from flashdance
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
One of the best instrumental pieces is the love song from flashdance. Think i'll you tube it now.
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
I find it really hard to choose a favourite. Amongst my favourites are: On the Wings of Love (Jeffrey Osbourne I think), Seasons of Love (From the Musical Rent) and Perfect Love (Paul Carrack from Mike and the Mechanics I think) The reasons for them all are because they are great songs, simply that!
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
I actually forgot to say why. Reason - I was born a geek! Listened to the Platters and the inkspots when I was a young teenager and walked around in a dressing gown and smoked a pipe! That only lasted three days though cause it made me sick but the music stayed with me always. Like the Mills Brothers too.
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
Hard to top that one GV but when Nettles and I got married in 1987 the DJ didn't bring the record I'd asked him to which was called "Come to me" (Patty Austin and James Ingram I think)so instead we had our wedding dance to True by Spandau Ballet.It's a nice song and still gets played a lot.Takes me back to a time.
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
Dolly Parton's version of "I Wll Always Love You" Neil Diamond's "Hello Again"
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Sun, 21st Mar 2010
Only You - The Platters. Top that if you can.
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