Vibe: An instant classic in the age of angsty teenage love.

If you aren’t grinning by 4:14, you must be having a rough go. "I Got You Babe" hit #1 on the US pop chart, spent three weeks there, and sold over a million copies. “Fight for Your Right” is fine and all—but that song was written to make fun of that type of fun. The album of the same name reached #1 on the R&B albums chart and earned a gold certification for sales, one of four gold albums released by Ashford & Simpson.

voice:* You can have whatever you like. Most romantic line: "I'm dancing in the dark / With you between my arms / Barefoot on the grass / While listening to our favorite song.

This one sounds like it was recorded at some drunken hootenanny high in the hills. Eric Clapton wrote the song while waiting for his future wife Pattie Boyd to get ready for a Buddy Holly party thrown by Paul McCartney and his wife, Linda. Most romantic line: "I don't mind spendin' everyday / Out on your corner in the pourin' rain / Look for the girl with the broken smile / Ask her if she wants to stay awhile / And she will be loved, and she will be loved.

Once that funky bass line kicks in, we dare you to not crack a smile. / When you smiled and I turned and said to you / Yo, you're pure and true. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io, 10 Best Romantic Comedies for Date Night in 2020, This Story Inspired 'The Haunting of Bly Manor', Jennifer Fairgate's Death on 'Unsolved Mysteries', Sacha Baron Cohen Proves Borat Is Still Our Greate, The Most Terrifying Christmas Horror Movies, Tim Allen Addresses Last Man Standing Cancellation, Jack Wheeler's Death Prompts 'Unsolved Mysteries', This 'John Wick' Rollercoaster Looks Intense, “Bowtie” (Feat. ", Most romantic line: "Call it dumb luck, but baby, you and I / Can't even mess it up, although we both try / No, it don't always go the way we planned it / But the wolves came and went and we're still standing.". Just follow the day // Follow the day and reach for the sun!

If you're in the mood for romance and your boyfriend/girlfriend/Tinder/chocolate isn't doing it for you, please enjoy this handy list of songs that will make you turn into a literal puddle. “You Can Call Me Al” gets all the happy feels credit, but some of it should good to this 1973 opener to There Goes Rhymin’ Simon. Vibe: Feeling a little cheesy and very here for it. Released as a single, it hit the top 20 on the R&B chart and #25 on the adult contemporary chart.

Most romantic line: "Hit me like a ray of sun / Burning through my darkest night / You're the only one that I want / Think I'm addicted to your light.".

Sonny Bono and Cher almost defiantly continued to sing this song together even when their personal relationship was in tatters. A sashaying bassline builds to Brittany Howard’s call-to-action about doing a whole bunch of nothing.