Ask Candy: These Songs Make Us Want To Fall In Love
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Nothing like fluttering butterflies in your tummy and that kilig feeling you get when your favorite love song plays on the radio. Doesn't it just make you want to close your eyes and slowly let the corners of your mouth curl into the sweetest smile? Ahh, love!
We share just some of the most romantic songs we've heard in time for Happy Hearts month. Share your own tracks and give our February playlist a listen!
|"Don't Go Home Without Me" by Lights has been on my playlist for months, but "Such Great Heights" by The Postal Service is an all-time favorite. —Marla, Editor In Chief
|"All of the Stars" and "Thinking Out Loud" by Ed Sheeran, "Yellow" by Coldplay, and "Just the Way You Are" by Bruno Mars —Steph, Art Director|
|"At the Beginning" from the movie Anastasia, "1,2,3,4" by Plain White T's, and "Lucky" by Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat —Angel, Managing Editor|
|There are so many romantic songs in the world, but right now, I really like the soundtrack of The Theory of Everything. It's whimsical and engaging and reminds me of all the bittersweet moments in the movie. —Dyan, Entertainment and Features Editor|
|My grandparents are in the habit of singing and dancing to standards together when they're in a loving mood so those are the songs that come to mind when I think of romance. My favorites are "(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons" and "That's All" by Nat King Cole. —Kaye, Editorial Assistant
Sondre Lerche's "After All" is the perfect love song that talks about not knowing if it's magic at the beginning of a relationship and somehow figuring out that it was all along. I just about died when my brother sang this to his wife at their wedding as a surprise before their first dance. Another fave is "Words and Music" also by the same artist. My favorite lines: "You're a sad little tune by yourself/So lovely I want to sing along/If there's one thing I can tell/When we get together, we're a song" —Macy, Web Managing Editor
|The most romantic songs are those that talk about the kind of love they feel and have with a really beautiful melody to go along with it. I like it more than just those songs that directly say "I love you." I like Tom Odell's "Grow Old with Me" and The xx's "Heart Skipped A Beat." —Erin, Web Fashion and Beauty Assistant
|I really love Ingrid Michaelson's "You and I" and Spiral Staircase's "More Today Than Yesterday." I feel giddy and full of love every time I hear these songs. :) —Ayessa, Web Editorial Assistant|