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Songs of Love suitable for Valentines Day, Weddings, or love in general..

Valentine's Day MIDI Files A-Z
Song Title Size Performed By Sequencer
All In Love Is Fair
  Added 12/23/16
Stevie Wonder (1973)
W&M by Stevie Wonder
From the album, "Inversions".
Soul, Funk, Rock, Jazz
Sal Grippaldi
And I Love Her
  Added 12/24/16
The Beatles
W&M by Paul McCartney & John Lennon
"And I Love Her" is a song recorded by English rock band the Beatles, written mainly by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney). Being the fifth track on their third album, A Hard Day's Night, it was released 20 July 1964 with "If I Fell" as a single by Capitol Records in the United States, reaching No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. The Beatles performed "And I Love Her" just once outside Abbey Road Studios; on 14 July 1964 they played it for an edition of the BBC's Top Gear radio show, which was broadcast two days later.
David W. Barnes
Midkar Member
As I Love You
  Added 04/30/16
Dame Shirley Bassey
W&M by Jay Livingstone and Ray Evans (1955)
In mid-1958, she recorded two singles that would become classics in the Bassey catalogue. "As I Love You" was released as the B-side of another ballad, "Hands Across the Sea"; it did not sell well at first, but after an appearance at the London Palladium sales began to pick up. In January 1959, "As I Love You" reached No. 1 and stayed there for four weeks; it was the first No. 1 single by a Welsh artist.
Traditional Pop, Adult Contemporary, Pop, Vocal, Stage & Screen
Dr. J.Pitt-Payne
Midkar Member
Karaoke: Bunty Pritchard Jones
Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You
  Added 12/24/16
Frankie Valli
W&M by Bob Crewe & Bob Gaudio
"Can't Take My Eyes Off You" is a 1967 single by Frankie Valli. The song was among Valli's biggest hits, earning a gold record and reaching No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for a week, stuck behind "Windy" by The Association. It was co written by Bob Gaudio, a bandmate of Valli's in The Four Seasons. It was Valli's biggest solo hit until he hit #1 in 1974 with "My Eyes Adored You". "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" has had a major cultural impact, with hundreds of cover versions, many of which have been on the charts in different countries. The song is a staple of television and film soundtracks, even being featured as part of the plot of some films, such as when the lead characters sing or arrange their own version of the song. The Valli version was also used by NASA as a wake-up song for a mission of the Space Shuttle, on the anniversary of astronaut Christopher Ferguson.
Jesse Jocson
Midkar Member
Easy Lover
  Added 12/27/16
Phil Collins & Philip Bailey
W&M by Bailey, Collins and Nathan East
The song was a No. 1 hit in several countries worldwide, including Canada, the Netherlands, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. In the U.S. it reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 2 February 1985, kept out of the top spot for two weeks by "I Want to Know What Love Is" by Foreigner. In the UK Singles Chart it reached No. 1, staying there for four weeks. The single was certified gold in the UK. The single sold over a million copies in the U.S. and was certified gold, as the RIAA requirement for a platinum single disc was not lowered to 1 million units until 1989. In addition, "Easy Lover" has been certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry for sales of over 400,000 in the UK and platinum in Canada by Music Canada. "Easy Lover" won an MTV Video Music Award for Best Overall Performance in a Video in 1985 and was Grammy nominated for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals in 1986.
Phil Smith
aka Satman Sounds
(Every Thing I Do) I Do for You
  Added 12/27/16
Bryan Adams (1991)
W&M by Bryan Adams, Michael Kamen and Robert John "Mutt" Lange
"(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams. Written by Adams, Michael Kamen and Robert John "Mutt" Lange, featured on two albums simultaneously on its release, the soundtrack album from the 1991 film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and on Adams' sixth album Waking Up the Neighbours (1991). The song was an enormous chart success internationally, particularly in the United Kingdom, where it spent sixteen consecutive weeks at number one on the UK Singles Chart (the longest in British chart history). It also spent seven weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States and nine weeks atop the Canadian Singles Chart in Adams's native Canada. Billboard ranked it as the No. 1 song for 1991. At the time of its seven-week stint in America, it was the longest running #1 since The Police's "Every Breath You Take" spent eight weeks at #1 during the summer of 1983. It was a number one hit on many countries' music charts and went on to sell more than 15 million copies worldwide, making it Adams' most successful song and one of the best-selling singles of all time. Adams, Kamen and Lange won a Grammy Award for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television at the Grammy Awards of 1992, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song but lost to "Beauty and the Beast". Subsequently, the song has been covered by hundreds of singers and artists around the world.
A. Luedecke
Have I Told You Lately
  Added 06/01/17
Van Morrison
W&M by Van Morrison (1989)
"Have I Told You Lately" is a hit song written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison and recorded for his 1989 album Avalon Sunset. It is a romantic ballad often played at weddings although it was originally written also as a prayer. "Have I Told You Lately" has become a classic song and has received acclaim by winning a Grammy Award and a BMI Million-Air certificate. When released as a single by Mercury in 1989, it charted at number twelve on US Adult Contemporary Charts and has been a popular cover song with many vocal and instrumental versions recorded by numerous artists and bands. In 1993, Rod Stewart's version charted at number five in the US and UK.
Soft Rock, Folk Rock, Celtic
Vincenzo Palleschi
Hold Me Now
  Added 04/30/16
Johnny Logan
W&M by Johnny Logan (1987)
"Hold Me Now" is a song composed and performed by Irish singer Johnny Logan. It became the winner of the 1987 Eurovision Song Contest. Logan had previously won with "What's Another Year?" in the 1980 Contest and would go on to write the winner of the 1992 Contest ("Why Me?" for Linda Martin for whom he had previously written "Terminal 3" at the 1984 Contest). The song is usually sung by Bohemians at home matches in Dalymount Park.
Dr. J.Pitt-Payne
Midkar Member
w/ Doug Grierson
I Love You
  Added 12/27/16
Climax Blues Band (1980)
W&M by Derek Holt
"I Love You" is a song recorded by the Climax Blues Band in 1980. It was their second-biggest hit (after 1976's "Couldn't Get It Right"), entering the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in February 1981, peaking at #12 in June, and spending 27 weeks on the chart. It ended up being the 20th biggest hit of 1981. On the Cash Box Top 100, "I Love You" peaked for two weeks at number 9. The song also reached #20 on the Adult Contemporary chart. The song was featured on their 1980 album, Flying the Flag.
Chris Rada
I Pledge My Love
  Added 04/30/16
Peaches & Herb
W&M by Dino Fekaris & Freddie Perren (1979)
When "Reunited" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 1980, subsequent releases with Polydor produced several more hits, including the lasting wedding staple, "I Pledge My Love". Chart Position: US No.19
Disco, Funk, R&B, Soul
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
I Swear
  Added 04/30/16
John Michael Montgomery
W&M by Gary Baker and Frank J. Myers (1994)
"I Swear" became a hit for two acts in 1994. Initially, it was a Number One single on the U.S. Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart for American country music artist John Michael Montgomery at the beginning of the year. His version crossed over to pop radio and climbed to #42 on the Billboard Hot 100. A few months later, American pop group All-4-One covered the song and achieved a great success in many countries.
Johannes Karhula
I Swear
  Added 04/30/16
W&M by Gary Baker and Frank J. Myers (1994)
"I Swear" became a hit for two acts in 1994. Initially, it was a Number One single on the U.S. Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart for American country music artist John Michael Montgomery at the beginning of the year. His version crossed over to pop radio and climbed to #42 on the Billboard Hot 100. A few months later, American pop group All-4-One covered the song and achieved a great success in many countries.
Pop, R&B
Jack L. Hall
(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right
  Added 12/27/16
Luther Ingram, Barbara Mandrell, & Others
W&M by Homer Banks, Raymond Jackson and Carl Hampton
"(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right" is a song written by Stax Records songwriters Homer Banks, Carl Hampton and Raymond Jackson and first released by Bobby "Blue" Bland. It has been performed by many singers, most notably by Luther Ingram, whose version topped the R&B chart for four weeks and rose to number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1972. Billboard ranked it as the No. 16 song for 1972. And in 1978 Barbara Mandrell's version topped the U.S. country singles charts and reached number 31 on the Billboard Hot 100. Rod Stewart re-recorded the song for Foot Loose & Fancy Free, his eighth album; released as a single it peaked at #23 in the UK singles chart in 1980.
Soul, Country
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
I'll Take Romance
  Added 12/27/16
Music by Ben Oakland & Oscar Hammerstein II. Arranged by Lennie Neihaus
Jazz, Traditional Pop
Gary Wachtel
Sequenced for General MIDI by
La Vie En Rose
  Added 12/27/16
Edith Piaf (1946)
W&M by Edith Piaf (Copyright credit given to Louiguy & and Marguerite Monnot)
"La Vie en rose" was the signature song of popular French singer Édith Piaf, written in 1945, popularized in 1946, and released as a single in 1947. The song became very popular in the USA in 1950 with no fewer than seven different versions reaching the Billboard charts. A cover version in 1977 by Jamaican singer Grace Jones was also a successful international hit. "La Vie en rose" has been covered by several artists over the years, including a 1950 version by Louis Armstrong and a 1993 version by American singer Donna Summer. Harry James recorded a version in 1950 on Columbia 38768.
Traditional Pop
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Last Night Was Made For Love
  Added 01/04/17
Billy Fury (1962)
W&M by Richard Alan Fielding
English singer and songwriter, born 17 April 1941 in Liverpool, England, UK, died 28 January 1983 in London, England, UK. Backing groups included The Tornados, Fury's Tornados and The Gamblers
R&R, Pop, Rockabilly
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Like A Lover (O Cantador)
  Added 01/04/17
Nana Caymmi (1967); Sergio Mendes & Brazil 66 (1968)
Original Music: Dori Caymmi; Original Lyrics: Nelson Mota; English Lyrics: Marilyn Bergman, Alan Bergman
"Like a Lover", an English-language version of O Cantador, was covered by many jazz vocalists such as Carmen McRae, Sarah Vaughan, Helen Merrill, Dianne Reeves, Al Jarreau, Natalie Cole, Jane Monheit, Kimiko Itoh and others.
Bossa Nova
Ted Keener
Love Story
aka: Where Do I Begin

  Added 01/04/17
Andy Williams (Vocal-1970)
Music: Francis Lai, Lyrics: Carl Sigman
"(Where Do I Begin?) Love Story" was published in 1970, with music by Francis Lai and lyrics by Carl Sigman. The song was first introduced as an instrumental theme in the 1970 film Love Story. The lyrics were added after the theme music became popular. The song also served as the theme of the 1973-74 NBC romantic anthology television series Love Story. The song has been covered many times. Andy Williams recorded originally and made the biggest hit version reaching #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the easy listening chart for four weeks, in addition to #4 on the UK Singles Chart. A "disco" version was recorded by Williams in 1979. The song was also recorded by Lai himself (U.S. #31) with a full orchestra, and has been covered by Henry Mancini (U.S. #13), Vikki Carr, Nino Tempo & April Stevens, Glen Campbell, Rick Astley, Engelbert Humperdinck, Johnny Mathis, José José, Astrud Gilberto, Shirley Bassey, Gary Valenciano, Patricia Kaas, Nana Mouskouri, Paul Mauriat, Johnny Pearson, Richard Clayderman, Perry Como and Muslim Magomaev.
Pop-Rock, Stage & Screen, Classical, Soundtrack
Don Carroll
My Cherie Amour
  Added 01/04/17
Stevie Wonder
W&M by Stevie Wonder, Henry Cosby, and Sylvia Moy
"My Cherie Amour" is a 1969 soul classic by Motown singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder. The song was originally recorded from late 1967 to early 1968, but not released until early 1969. The song was co-written by Wonder, Sylvia Moy, and Henry Cosby; Cosby also served as producer of the song.
The song was originally written about Wonder's girlfriend while he was at the Michigan School for the Blind in Lansing, Michigan, and had the title "Oh My Marsha". After they broke up, the lyrics and title were altered to the more general "My Cherie Amour". All the instruments except for the horns and the strings were recorded on November 8, 1967. Then, on November 17 of that year, the horns and strings were added at Golden World Records, one year before it was acquired by Motown. Finally, Wonder's vocals were added on January 15, 1968, but it was not released until January 28, 1969 because at the time of the song's release, Wonder had some vocal problems and had to wait until the problems were gone, so Motown decided to release some songs that Wonder had recorded years before and "My Cherie Amour" was one of them. The song became a #4 hit on both the Billboard pop and R&B singles charts in July 1969. Wonder also released Spanish- and Italian-language versions entitled "Mi Querido Amor" and "My Cherie Amor", respectively.

Soul, Pop
Deb Ackley
My Funny Valentine
  Added 01/04/17
W&M by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart (1937)
"My Funny Valentine" is Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart's show tune from the Broadway musical Babes in Arms. It was introduced on stage by Mitzi Green. Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra was the first to chart with the song in 1945. Frank Sinatra recorded a hit version in 1955, and later the song became readily associated with his live performances. Other influential versions were recorded by Chet Baker (on My Funny Valentine, 1954) and Miles Davis (on Cookin', 1956).
Jazz Standard
Josef Huber
One Hand, One Heart
  Added 01/04/17
Marnie Nixon dubbed for Natalie Wood (Maria). Jimmy Bryant dubbed for Richard Beymer (Tony)
Music: Leonard Bernstein, Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim
"One Hand, One Heart" is a song from the musical West Side Story. It is a duet sung between Maria and Tony while they have a make-believe wedding..
Stage & Screen, Soundtrack
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Pretty Woman
aka: "Oh, Pretty Woman"
  Added 01/06/17
Roy Orbison
W&M by Roy Orbison & Bill Dees
Oh, Pretty Woman was released as a single in August 1964 on Monument Records and spent three weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on September 26, 1964 - the second single by Orbison to top the US charts. It was also Orbison's third single to top the UK Singles Chart (for a total of three weeks). The record ultimately sold seven million copies and marked the high point in Orbison's career. Within months of its release, in October 1964, the single was certified gold by the RIAA. At the year's end, Billboard ranked it the number four song of 1964.
She Believes In Me
  Added 01/06/17
Kenny Rogers
W&M by Steve Gibb
"She Believes In Me" is a song recorded by American country music singer Kenny Rogers. It was released in April 1979 as the second single from his album The Gambler. The song was written and first recorded by Steve Gibb (not the Steve Gibb who is the son of Barry Gibb) and is the tale of a songwriter who has a beloved who supports him, although he sometimes wonders why.
Country, Pop
Bob Mace
Midkar Member
Someone To Watch Over Me
  Added 01/06/17
W&M by George & Ira Gershwin (1926)
"Someone to Watch Over Me" is a song composed by George Gershwin with lyrics by Ira Gershwin from the musical Oh, Kay! (1926), where it was introduced by Gertrude Lawrence. Gershwin originally approached the song as an uptempo jazz tune, but his brother Ira suggested that it might work much better as a ballad, and George ultimately agreed. It has been performed by many artists since its debut and is a jazz standard as well as a key work in the Great American Songbook.
Mel Webb
Take My Breath Away
  Added 01/06/17
Berlin (1986)
W&M by Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock
"Take My Breath Away" is a song written for the film Top Gun, performed by the band Berlin. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, as well as the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song in 1986.
Soundtrack, New Wave, Synthpop
Dale Aston
The Book Of Love
aka: "(Who Wrote) The Book of Love"
  Added 12/24/16
The Monotones
W&M by Warren Davis, George Malone and Charles Patrick
"The Book of Love" (also titled "(Who Wrote) The Book of Love") is a rock and roll song, originally by The Monotones. It was written by three members of the group, Warren Davis, George Malone and Charles Patrick, and it peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Top 100. Lead singer Charles Patrick heard a Pepsodent toothpaste commercial with the line "wonder where the yellow went". From there he got the idea for the line, "I wonder, wonder, wonder who, who wrote the book of love", working it up into a song with Davis and Malone. The "boom" part of the song was a result of a kid kicking a ball against the garage while they were rehearsing. It sounded good, so they added it to the song. In September 1957, the Monotones recorded "The Book of Love", which was released on the Mascot label in December that year. The small record company could not cope with its popularity, and it was reissued on Chess Records' subsidiary Argo label in February 1958. It attained a Billboard ranking of No. 5 for pop songs and No. 3 for R&B in 1958. It also reached No. 5 in Australia. In the UK, the hit version was a cover by The Mudlarks.
Rock & Roll, R&B, Doo-Wop, Pop
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
The Last Time I Felt Like This
  Added 01/06/17
Johnny Mathis & Jane Olivor (1978)
Lyrics: Alan Bergman & Marilyn Bergman; Music: Marvin Hamlisch
This song was composed by Marvin Hamlisch with Lyrics from Alan and Marilyn Bergman for the film: Same Time, Next Year (1978), with Ellen Burstyn and Alan Alda. Rendition by Jane Olivor and Johnny Mathis. The Song was nominated for an Oscar for Best Music, Original Song in 1979.
Pop, Soundtrack, Adult Contemporary
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
The Way You Look Tonight
  Added 01/06/17
Fred Astaire, The Lettermen, and Many Others
W&M by Dorothy Fields & Jerome Kern (
"The Way You Look Tonight" is a song from the film Swing Time, originally performed by Fred Astaire. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1936. In 2004 the Astaire version finished at #43 in AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs survey of top tunes in American cinema. The song was sung to Ginger Rogers as Penelope "Penny" Carroll by Astaire in character as John "Lucky" Garnett, while Penny was busy washing her hair in an adjacent room. The song was written by Jerome Kern with lyrics by Dorothy Fields, and has become a standard. Fields later remarked, "The first time Jerry played that melody for me I went out and started to cry. The release absolutely killed me. I couldn't stop, it was so beautiful."
The Letterman scored a hit with their 1961 version of the song, which went to #13 in the US and #36 in the UK. Other famous versions were recorded by Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Rod Stewart, Tony Bennett and Ella Fitzgerald.

Jazz Standard, Soundtrack
Sal Grippaldi
aka: Redsal
There Goes My Heart
  Added 01/06/17
Joni James
W&M by Abner Silver, & Benny Davis (1958)
Joni James' 1958 hit single on MGM Records, "There Goes My Heart," reached #19 on the US charts. It can be found on the Legendary: Platinum & Gold Hits CD on the Tarragon label.
Traditional Pop
Geoff Carter
Midkar Member
(To) Make You Feel My Love
  Added 04/30/16
Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan (1997)
"Make You Feel My Love" is a song written by Bob Dylan that appeared on his 1997 album Time Out of Mind. It was first released commercially by Billy Joel, under the title "To Make You Feel My Love", before Dylan's version appeared later that same year. It has since been covered by numerous performers and has proved to be a commercial success for recording artists such as Adele, Garth Brooks, Bryan Ferry and Kelly Clarkson. Two covers of the song (one by Garth Brooks and one by Trisha Yearwood) were featured on the soundtrack of the 1998 film Hope Floats. Dylan eventually released the song as a single.
Chapel Lane Studios
Barry Heard & Jillianne Jones
Unchained Melody
  Added 01/06/17
Les Baxter, Al Hibbler, Roy Hamilton, The Righteous Brothers
Music by Alex North and Lyrics by Hy Zaret (1955)
"Unchained Melody" is a 1955 song with music by Alex North and lyrics by Hy Zaret. North used the music as a theme for the little-known prison film Unchained, hence the name. Todd Duncan sang the vocals for the film soundtrack. It has since become a standard and one of the most recorded songs of the 20th century, most notably by the Righteous Brothers.[2] According to the song's publishing administrator, over 1,500 recordings of "Unchained Melody" have been made by more than 670 artists in multiple languages.
The best-known version of "Unchained Melody" was recorded by the duo The Righteous Brothers for Philles Records in 1965. The lead vocal was performed solo by Bobby Hatfield, who later recorded other versions of the song credited solely to him. According to his singing partner Bill Medley, they had agreed to do one solo piece each per album. Both wanted to do "Unchained Melody" for their fourth album, but Hatfield won the coin-toss.

Blue-Eyed Soul, Sountrack
Doc Doc
aka: E. F. "Gene" Petro
You Don't Bring Me Flowers
  Added 04/30/16
Neil Diamond & Barbara Streisand
W&M by Neil Diamond with Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman (1978)
In 1977, Diamond released the album I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight, which included the track "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" as a solo performance. Early in 1978, Barbra Streisand covered the song on her album Songbird. The song reached number one on the Hot 100 chart for two non-consecutive weeks in December 1978, producing the third number-one hit for both singers. Chicago’s WGN radio personality Roy Leonard and producer Peter Marino are also credited for coming up with the idea to create this duet.
Easy Listening
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Valentine 28kb
Jim Brickman
W&M by Jim Brickman (1996)
"Valentine" is a song co-written and recorded by American adult contemporary artist Jim Brickman,
with a guest vocal from Martina McBride. It first appeared on his 1997 album Picture This, and later on McBride's album Evolution.

Valentines, Love Songs, Holiday
Chris Schafehen - DGTS

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