Romantic Music for Date Night

Music for the Romantic Soul

If you're like me, you believe there is a genre of music for every mood. We like upbeat tunes when we're feeling energetic or working out. We like slower songs when we're feeling romantic or ready to relax. There are head-banging songs that speak to us when we're angry and nostalgic songs from decades past that take us down memory lane.

One of the things I enjoy most is sharing music with others. My hope is that the tunes I share will move others the same way they move me. Whether it is to love, to tears or to some other emotion, the point is that you find them pleasing.

At the time I am writing this, I am in somewhat of a pensive mood; ready to relax for the evening. Here are some of the songs that speak to me at times like this. I hope you enjoy them as well.

UPDATE: Unfortunately many of the songs I originally shared are no longer available for sharing. If you would like to look them up on your own, they include: Breakable by Ingrid Michaelson; Fade Into You by Mazzy Star; Dance Me to the End of Love by Madeleine Peyroux; Brighter than Sunshine by Aqualung; Maybe I'm Amazed by Paul McCartney; The Way I Am by Ingrid Michaelson; You're Beautiful by James Blunt and Best I Ever Had by Verical Horizon.


Be Be Your Love by Rachel Yamagata

Love Song by 311

The Blower's Daughter by Damien Rice

Make You Feel My Love by Joan Osborne

No Ordinary Love by Sade

Manner of Speaking by Nouvelle Vogue

Falling in Love at a Coffee Shop by Landon Pigg

Blue Veins by The Raconteurs

Here I am by Renee Sandstrom

Homme by The Brazilian Girls

Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley

Mad About You by Sting

Come Away with Me by Norah Jones

Love of My Life by Santana featuring Dave Matthews

Falling Slowly by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova

Mad World by Gary Jules

Sinner by Neil Finn

Human by Goldfrapp

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