Love songs without love in the title

Are you looking for that perfect song to play for your next romantic evening? Maybe you’re thinking about selecting the right music for your special occasion. Well, you’re at the right place because at Lovesongs247. We take care of all that for you!

With your help we’ve been able to build a fabulous library over a cross of genres for your musical enjoyment, and we’re adding new songs every day! Love songs can be categorised in all different kinds of ways so how about a selection without the word love in the title.

“Two Hearts Beat As One” – U2 1983

This up-tempo, fun love song is perfect for the list. It’s the seventh track from their 1983 album War and achieved moderate success as a single in the UK and US. After being performed at a tour concert in December 1989 in Ireland the song was not played again live for 25 years. One thing’s for sure, it’s guaranteed to put you in a great mood!

“I Hear A Symphony” – The Supremes 1965

The song was easily identified as one with a more complex musical structure than previous Supremes releases. “I Hear A Symphony” was their sixth number 1 hit in the United States. The lyrics say it all for you – “I’m lost in a world made for you and me.”

“Come Away With Me” – Norah Jones 2002

This album and single of the same name achieved critical and commercial success for singer and pianist Norah Jones in 2002. It reached the top of the Billboard chart and several jazz charts and took eight Grammy’s among other major music awards. Jones’ special blend of pop, soul, blues and jazz remains as fresh as ever!

“We’ve Only Just Begun” – The Carpenters 1970

This hit single by the Carpenters never seems to go out of style and over the decades it’s not lost its meaning. That might explain why so many couples chose it as their wedding song. Karen Carpenter’s voice has a real hypnotic effect. In 1998 “We’ve Only Just Begun” was inducted into The Grammy Hall of Fame for recordings “of lasting quality or historical significance.”

“She Drives Me Crazy” – Fine Young Cannibals 1989

Included in their 1988 album The Raw & the Cooked the song was an unexpected dance hit for the group. It hit number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in1989. We know you’re crazy about this one – your wish is our command!
The unique snare drum “pop” sound is a feature of the music it just keeps you rocking to the beat in time.

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