It's Valentine's day, and time for flowers and candy, wine, and a chance at … anyway, here's a mix CD (play list) of songs to play on Valentine's Day, to get your partner in the mood. You've got to get this day right; it sets the tone of your relationship for the rest of the year.
The top 20 songs for Valentine's Day:
1 - Let's Get It On (1976) by Marvin Gaye, very smooth and perfect for the occasion.
2 - Fooled Around and Fell in Love (1976) by Elvin Bishop, featuring Mickey Thomas (Starship) on vocals. Free, on my own, that's the way it used to be, but since I met you baby, love's got a hold on me. Fooled around and fell in love
3 - A Girl Like You (1995) by Edwyn Collins I never met a girl like you before...
4 - With Your Love (1976) Jefferson Starship, the immortal Grace Slick & Marty Balin vocals.
5 - I Think I Love You by the Partridge Family was #1 for several weeks back in 1970, and very appropriate for Valentine's Day.
6 - I Want Your Sex (1987) by George Michael. After all, it's that what Valentines Day is all about?
7 - Sugar Sugar by the Archies. You are my candy, girl, and you got me wanting you...
8 - Crazy for You by Madonna, romantic songs from the 1985 Vision Quest soundtrack.
9 - Slave to Love by Bryan Ferry, an unforgettable, fluid melody
10 - I Want to Hold Your Hand by the Beatles
11 - Lovesong by the Cure
12 - Even the Nights are Better by Air Supply, the sappiest group on vinyl
13 - Tell It To My Heart by Taylor Dayne … Tell me I'm the only one....
14 - Flowers and Beads by Iron Butterfly
15 - Valentine's Day by ABC
16 - Nights Are Forever Without You by England Dan and John Ford Coley
17 - You and Me (2005) by Lifehouse, acoustic ballad
18 - Valentine by T'Pau, the short-lived 80's band who brought us "Heart and Soul"
19 - Baby I'm a Want You (1972) by Bread with David Gates
20 - Can You Feel the Love Tonight (1994) by Elton John
Bonus Track: Alone by Heart
Put the candy hearts in the bowl, the music on the player. Pour the wine and get ready for your Valentines Day play-date. Play nice and remember to keep the volume low, and the bass high. February 14th only comes once a year.