Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Good Ol' Fashioned Love Song

I've been thinking a lot about love songs lately. Why are there so many of them? Why are they all so different, and yet all so very alike? I know that I have my favorite love songs, but I wanted to know what other people considered to be a 'good love song'. So, I cast my net wide on facebook, looking for lots of different recommendations for other people's favorite love songs. I was quite surprised that I got a windfall of responses! For several days, people have been sending me literally LISTS of their favorites. I decided to compile some of these into a playlist HERE on my blog!

If you look to the right, you will see my playlist ------------->

(Sorry if it is a little difficult to scroll through. You can make the list scroll by clicking on the song at the bottom of the list, thus moving it to the top and scrolling in the process!)

I took at least one or two suggestions from each person, and made what I think is a really fun selection of eclectic love songs! Have fun browsing through them, and if you would like to share
your favorites too, leave me a comment and I might add them to the playlist!


Jess said...

You rock Katy.. I have some more ha ha
The longer the waiting-Josh Turner
I will love you-Fisher
Oh it is love-Hellogoodbye
Another side of you-Joe Nichols
Can't Hold a Halo To You-Joe Nichols
That Would Be Her-Joe Nichols
ok ok ill stop now.. ha ha..

Katy said...

Thanks Jess! I loved the list you sent me before.. I will definitely check these out too. I love that you had so many genres included!

Tara said...

You are totally amazing! What a good idea.
I don't have a very wide range of music knowledge.
But a couple of songs I really love are:

Jim Brickman's "Love of my Life" sung by Donny Osmond.

"Sea of Love" sung by Cat Power from the "Juno" soundtrack.

"Annie's Song" by John Denver

Anyway, there are tons out there and you are great to compile a list of them to make us all feel good.
Love ya.

Jess said...

Ha ha your welcome.

lvs2dance said...

I love Garth Brooks "to make you feel my love", but i don't consider it a love song like romantic love...I consider it a love song from The Savior...next time you listen to it think of him, you will see what I mean.
BTW- The radio station that I refered to on my blog was FM 100 (I know cheasy) I am so happy to hear that we are Kindred spirits when it comes to our christmas music!