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Valentine’s Day Music Playlist

Feb 01, 2016

If you’re looking for creative ways to serenade your sweetheart or capture your crush’s attention this Valentine’s Day, why not try making the perfect playlist to show them just how you feel! Whether you’ve been together forever or only locked eyes across a crowded room, music can say all the things you can’t. Check out Kidzworld’s Valentine’s Day Playlist!

"My Love"  by Justin Timberlake

It's been awhile since J.T. made waves in pop music, but there's no denying that "My Love," is one the catchiest pop R&B songs about love.

Justin TimberlakeKick off your mixtape with J.T.'s "My Love"
 

“Rolling in the Deep” by Adele

The sheer power of Adele's voice conveys the intensity of emotion that you can feel for one person, and although all her songs are great for a Valentine's playlist, this one will immediately set the mood for a romantic rendezvous.

 

"Let's Stay Together" by Al Green

Soul singer Al Green is a classic must-have on any Valentine's compilation, and whether you're together or not "Let's Stay Together," will make them want to stay with you! 

Al GreenThe power of Al Green's soul ballads endure
 

“Countdown” by Beyonce

Beyonce has more than her fair share of songs about love, but "Countdown" is all about the pure joy of falling in love and wanting to be with no one except that person!

 

“Just the Way You Are” by Bruno Mars

It may be a little sappy when you compare to "Locked Out of Heaven," which is ruling the airwaves right now, but "Just the Way You Are" is exactly what your crush wants to hear on a Valentine's playlist.

Bruno MarsBruno Mars' "Just the Way You Are" is sentimental and sweet
 

“Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen

This catchy tune will make even the shyest person want to pick up the phone and dial your number!

 

“Take Care” by Drake feat. Rihanna

Drake and Rihanna's "Take Care" is a heartfelt but smooth song about the softer side of relationships the real world.

 

“Superbass” by Nicki Minaj

Based on this tune rapperNicki Minaj is no stranger to crushes, and who can't relate to feeling their heart go "boom ba doom doom" when they see that special someone.

Nicki MinajNicki Minaj
 

“I Feel So Close To You” by Calvin Harris

British DJ Calvin Harris' "I Feel So Close to You" will get your toes tapping, and put your listener (i.e. sweetheart) in a good mood.

 

"Ours" by Taylor Swift

If anyone knows about heartache and love, it's Taylor Swift, but unlike some of her melancholy tunes this sweet melody is about missing your cutie and having those inside jokes that make it all worthwhile.

Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift
 

“Little Things” by One Direction

This song pretty much sums up everything you're meant to say to your sweetheart on Valentine's Day!

 

Have Your Say

What would you put on your Valentine’s Day Playlist? Let us know in the comments section below!

 

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