FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song.
The Magic of Falling in Love
If you're fortunate, you've fallen in love once or more in your life. You understand the exhilarating experience of shutting out the entire world and tuning in to the only one who seems to matter.
Your focus changes. Your heart is lighter, your head dizzy. You do things that are irrational in the name of making your sweetheart happy.
I knew my boyfriend was in love with me when he flew half way across the country on short notice to see me. (We had both moved in different directions with our jobs.) He continued to make those long distance trips for four years. We've been married for more than 20 years now and trust that we've fallen so deeply in love that no one will be climbing out. I hope you have the same success.
If you're falling in love, why not share your feelings with your honey when the time is right? A playlist is the perfect way to communicate your love and devotion. We have a long list of pop, rock, country, and R&B "I love you" tunes that are bound to inspire.
1. "Just the Way You Are" by Bruno Mars
Bruno professes unconditional love for his lady friend in this 2010 pop number, pointing out all the ways she is physically beautiful. Her eyes shine more brightly than the stars, her hair and face are perfect even if she doesn't think so, and he could kiss her lips all day.
I'm sure he loves her mind and her sense of humor, too, although he's just not expressing that here.
2. "Not a Bad Thing" by Justin Timberlake
When it comes to love, people often make promises they don't intend to keep, The man in this pop song from 2013 speaks from the heart, however, when he says he wants to be "the one" his girl can depend on.
It's not a bad thing to fall in love, she prods. He just might make her dreams come true.
3. "Truly Madly Deeply" by Savage Garden
Oh my, does this silver-tongued devil have the heart of a poet! Anything his lover is looking for, the guy in this 2006 international pop hit is determined to be. He's fallen in love and has set out to convince his partner of all he can provide:
I'll be your dream, I'll be your wish, I'll be your fantasy.
I'll be your hope, I'll be your love, be everything that you need.
I'll love you more with every breath, truly madly deeply do.
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4. "Little Things" by One Direction
Smitten, the young man in this 2012 pop ditty makes a list of tender love confessions in which he describes the various ways he loves his girlfriend, flaws and all.
You never love yourself half as much as I love you
You'll never treat yourself right, darling, but I want you to
If I let you know, I'm here for you
Maybe you'll love yourself like I love you, oh.
5. "Ho Hey!" by The Lumineers
This ironically upbeat 2012 pop song features a lonely man who declares his love for a woman who is dating another man:
I belong with you, you belong with me
You're my sweetheart.
He doesn't hesitate to express his belief that the man she's with isn't right for her and that he's suffering because they truly belong together.
6. "One Call Away" by Charlie Puth
Charlie Puth has explained that this 2016 gospel-inspired pop hit was inspired by a friend's long distance love relationship. In the song, the narrator expresses that all he wants is a chance.
He offers love, support, and even superpower emotional strength. Perceiving his sweetheart to be a Lois Lane who needs saving, the narrator believes that by giving her love he can save the day.
7. "How Long Will I Love You" by Ellie Goulding
Ellie Goulding has fallen hard for her lover in this 2012 pop song, and she is bursting with the need to tell him so. She asks, "How long will I love you?" then answers it in beatiful ways.
As long as ...
- stars are above you
- the seasons need to follow their plan
- the sea is bound to wash up on the sand and
- you want me to and longer by far.
8. "I Met a Girl" by William Michael Morgan
When you meet your other half, you magically know it. I know I did. The country boy in this 2016 tune tells the story of meeting a blue eyed beauty who turned his world upside down. He's in awe of her smile, her silly habits and mannerisms, and all of the special attributes that make her unique.
9. "Just the Two of Us" by Bill Withers
In this classic pop hit from 1981, a man seeks to convince his honey that they have a future together. He relies on crystal raindrops and rainbows (but no unicorns) to persuade her that the two of them can succeed in love if they try.
10. "It's Your Love" by Tim McGraw
Bursting with emotion, the narrator in this 1997 country song credits the transformative power of love for making him a happier, better man. His partner has cast a spell upon him, and the longer they are together the deeper he falls.
11. "Marry Me" by Jason Derulo
Just to be clear, the loverboy in this 2013 pop song is not saying that he wants to marry his sweetheart right now. He'd have to produce a ring for that. And he's a little tight on funds.
But the boyfriend knows just the right thing to say. He describes how one day—you know, when he gets his money right—he'll propose and make all her dreams come true.
Already he has fallen in love. Having discovered that no other girl can make him feel the way she does, this fella wants to be together with his mate until they're both geriatric. No matter how in love she is too, this technique will only work for so long before his lady love wants him to deliver on his promises.
12. "I Can Love You Like That" by John Michael Montgomery
This 1995 country song was so successful that it was also recorded that year by R&B group All-4-One. It features a man describing every girl's Cinderella dreams of being swept off her feet.
The narrator is falling in love and seeks to persuade his special someone to give him a chance to be her real life Prince Charming:
I can love you like that
I will make you my world
Move heaven and earth
If you were my girl.
13. "Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not" by Thompson Square
Smacked upside the head by love, the bashful guy in this 2010 country song has to be goaded by his girl into going in for the kiss. His assertive girlfriend asks,
Are we gonna do this or what?
I think you know I like you a lot
But you're 'bout to miss your shot
Are you gonna kiss me or not?
It must have worked, however, because they eventually married. (What do you want to bet that she proposed to him?)
14. "Bonfire Hearts" by James Blunt
In a world where people now avoid eye contact and interpersonal communication, the narrator in this 2013 pop song is taking a chance on love. He reaches out to make a connection with a woman who has sparked love in his heart. He knows he could get burned, but love is worth the chance.
15. "We Found Love" by Rihanna (featuring Calvin Harris)
Whether it's war, natural disasters, or crime-filled communities that seem inescapable, people often find one another in crisis. This 2011 song is catchy albeit simple, probably because the singers are so surprised to find themselves falling in love. They repeat, "We found love in a hopeless place." A lot.
11 Reasons Why People Fall in Love According to Psychology
Similarity: similar beliefs and values and to a lesser extent their personality traits and thinking styles
Reciprocal liking: there is a general tendency to like others who express liking for us
Specific features: A specific feature of a person (body parts or facial features) may be particularly compelling.
Propinquity: physical or psychological closeness to someone, including spending time together, living nearby, interacting frequently, thinking about someone frequently
Mystery about another person and uncertainty regading their thoughts or feelings and whether they will call, text, or contact you can contribute to passion.
Readiness: The more ready you are to fall in love, the lower your self defenses.
Desirable characteristics such as physical attractiveness and (to a lesser extent) personality traits
Spending isolated time together can contribute to a sense of passion.
Arousal situation: Being in an unusal or adrenaline-boosting environment can create a sense of intimacy, even if it's a dangerous or difficult environment such as a war.
Social acceptability: If a person is accepted by one's social network and the relationship would satisfy general social norms, there is a greater chance of falling in love.
Need fulfillment: People fall in love because others fulfill an important need, such as that for companionship, love, sex, social status, mating, etc.
16. "Can't Help Falling in Love" by Twenty One Pilots
I love this 2012 remake of Elvis' 1961 classic, a lovestricken man confesses his feelings for the woman he loves. He labels their relationship as meant to be and asks her, perhaps prematurely, to take his hand and his whole life, too.
17. "Look at Me" by Carrie Underwood
The girl in this 2009 country song feels herself falling fast and has the need to share it with the object of her affection. She feels like a fool in love who would do anything to make him happy.
18. "Be My Baby" by The Ronettes
Named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time," this 1964 is about a girl's attempt to persuade her man that her feelings of love at first sight are real. She thinks they can be together forever, so she seeks to convince him to give her a chance.
Singer Ronnie (Bennett) Spector was only 15 years old when she recorded the chart-topping hit. And Cher (prior to Sony and Cher fame) sang back-up vocals on the recording.
19. "More Than I Can Say" by Leo Sayer
When you fall in love, don't always know where you stand with your beloved. You can find yourself vulnerable. That's the situation with the guy in this 1983 pop ballad.
20. "When We Fall In" by Sean Hayes
The narrator in this 2010 indie rock song tells his lover that he's in deep with her. He invites her into a magical cocoon world where all they have to worry about is each other.
Even More "I Love You" Songs About Falling in Love
21. Crazy in Love
Beyonce (featuring Jay Z)
22. I Love You
23. I Knew I Loved You
24. I Love You More Than Words Can Say
25. I Just Called to Say I Love You
26. I Honestly Love You
Olivia Newton John
27. I Love You
28. Let Me Love You
29. The Way You Do the Things You Do
30. Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)
31. Adore You
32. Because I Love You
33. Fall Into Me
34. When You Say Nothing At All
35. Baby I Love You
36. All On Me
37. I Say a Little Prayer for You
38. Somebody Like You
39. Hello I Love You
40. I Cross My Heart
41. Die a Happy Man
Tegan and Sara
45. Your Love Is My Drug
46. We Danced
47. In Case You Didn't Know
48. Still Into You
49. Craving You
Thomas Rhett (eaturing Maren Morris)
50. I Believe In a Thing Called Love
51. You Won't Ever Be Lonely
52. I Want to Be Loved Like That
53. You and Me
54. A Walk Through Hell
55. Say You Won't Let Go
56. Be the One
57. Love Story
58. There's a Girl
59. Head Over Boots
60. Love Somebody
Plain White T's
62. Sarah Smiles
Panic! At the Disco
63. The Promise
64. I Would Do Anything for Love
Foster the People
65. Chasing Cars
66. My Girl
67. First Day of My Life
68. Can't Take My Eyes Off You
69. Love Song
70. Somethin' I'm Good At
71. You Are the Best Thing
72. I'm Crazy for You
73. If the Boot Fits
74. Shape of You
75. Yours If You Want It
76. Bad Things
Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello
77. The Cure
78. What Ifs
Kane Brown (featuring Alaina)
79. Written in the Sand
80. Love You Out Loud
81. I'm Falling for You
82. Love Is In the Air
John Paul Young
83. I Think I Love You
The Partridge Family
84. I Love You
85. I Love You Like a Love Song
Selena Gomez & The Scene
86. I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song
88. Forever Like That
89. Hold My Girl
Boys Like Girls
91. Two Is Better Than One
Boys Like Girls & Taylor Swift
92. Say Hey I Love You
Michael Franti & Spearhead
93. Brighter Than the Sun
94. Like Red on a Rose
95. Heartbeat Song
96. Perfect Two
97. You Had Me from Hello
99. Parallel Line
A Great Big World
101. You Are the Reason
104. (God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You
105. Fallin' for You
106. More Than You Know
Axwell /\ Ingrosso
107. Say You Love Me
108. You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This
109. My Somebody
110. My Somebody
Juice WRLD (featuring Seezyn)
113. Cuz I Love You
114. What a Man Gotta Do
115. Black and White
117. There She Goes
118. Nobody But You
Blake Shelton (featuring Gwen Stefani)
119. Don't Get Me Started
Justin Bieber (featuring Chance the Rapper)
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
Questions & Answers
Question: How do I know if I am really in love?
Answer: Here are some signs that you are really in love:
1. You sense that this romance is “different” from past relationships.
2. Your partner brings out the best in you, and they make you want to be the best version of yourself that you can be.
3. You're best friends and can be open and honest with one another. It's not a relationship that is simply physical. You share similar interests and values. (Although some say opposites attract, it's truly the similarities that bond people.)
4. You value their opinions and preferences and want them to be happy, even if that doesn't always align with what you personally want.
5. Your partner is always on your mind. You feel an emotional craving, an uncontrollable passion towards them and want to tell the world how you feel about them.
6. You recognize their shortcomings and quirks for what they are and accept them AS IS rather than trying to fix or change them.
7. You can’t imagine a future without them.
8. You're their biggest fan. You see things from their point of view.
9. You synchronize your life to accommodate theirs.
10. They treat you with dignity and respect. This is absolutely critical.
I hope this is helpful to you.
Question: How do I know if the guy likes me?
Answer: Here are 12 signs that a guy likes you:
1) He frequently starts conversations with you either in person or via social media.
2) He goes out of his way to be around you. Suddenly, you realize he's ALWAYS around.
3) He asks you a TON of questions to find out as much as he can about you and prolong the time that you're together.
4) He tries to impress you with humor, stories about himself, or physical feats.
5) He emphasizes the similarities between you.
6) You catch him staring or glancing your way A LOT.
7) He'll try to assess whether you're "available" by asking about your dating life, or he'll have a friend do so. He may try to play it subtle by asking what you do on weekends or in your spare time and who you hang out with.
8) He compliments your appearance, talents, or other things that make you special. He gently teases you (FLIRTING!).
9) He "accidentally" touches you when he talks to you, such as brushing a hand on your arm or sitting thigh-to-thigh next to you. He leans in to listen to you.
10) He's all smiles for you.
11) He may become tongue-tied, obviously nervous, may say awkward things or blushes.
12) His friends seem to know he likes you. They act like they know a secret: smirking, gently teasing him, or dropping hints/small jokes when he's around you.
Question: How do I know if my friend is really interested in becoming my friend with benefits like I am, or if she's just saying what she thinks I want to hear? We're both straight/bicurious women.
Answer: Before launching into a friends with benefits arrangement with anyone, it's important to have an open and honest conversation about expectations and what you each want. I assume this is a friendship you each value. Do you both value it over the opportunity for bicurious sex? Here's why I ask.
Anytime sex is involved, particularly sex with the same person over an extended period, emotions WILL play a role even if you don't anticipate becoming romantically attached. You might think you can maintain your current friendship "as is," but your relationship WILL change. You need to have a long talk before becoming sexual with one another. I'd say the same thing to a male/female friendship couple. Having sex changes any relationship in ways that cannot be undone.
Here are a few issues to think over and discuss. You probably won't have the answers for everything, but the questions should at least be talked about:
1) How long will your arrangement last?
2) What are the "rules" in your relationship for dating and having sex with other people?
3) What happens if one of you enjoys the arrangement more than the other or falls in love and the other doesn't? Will the friendship survive?
4) How will you know when the "benefits" are over?
5) What's included in the "benefits" and what acts are off-limits?
6) How will you introduce one another publicly?
7) Will you express affection publicly?
8) Will you hide your arrangement from other people (family, other friends, dating partners, strangers)?
9) Since you are both bicurious, will you be exploring more about LGBTQ issues and culture to help you with sexual identity?
10) How will you handle jealousy?
You had also expressed concern that your friend may just be going along with you and telling you what you want to hear. Make sure she understands that this is not something to just go along with. She has an active choice in this, and if she's not 100% onboard, then you shouldn't make this big change to your relationship. Pay attention to her nonverbal language as well as what she says.
Question: How can I know that a girl has fallen in love with me?
Answer: When people are in love they will typically want to be around you all of the time and they'll also want to tell you how they feel. Simply ask the young woman.
Question: How do I know that I'm in love with someone that I'm not really close to in age?
Answer: Falling in love entails mutual adoration; deep, intense and selfless attachment; a yearning desire for a long-term partnership; and common goals and interests. When you're falling in love, you want others to know it. You're proud for others to know about your relationship. You care about friends and family liking and accepting this person. You go out of your way to integrate them and the things they care about into your life. You don't want to be apart, and you miss one another. Loving your partner changes you for the better.
Regarding the age issue, many people endorse the "half plus seven" guideline when looking at the minimum age of a dating partner. Here's an example: A 30-year-old according to this guideline should date people aged 22: (30/2) + 7 = 22.
Question: What should I do if I think that he is "the one" but I can't see why?
Answer: Your feelings for your sweetheart are probably just a crush if you have no idea why you love him. Sexual chemistry can be a strong attractant, but it won't guarantee a lasting or happy relationship. Invest more quality time in the relationship, and don't make this a permanent commitment until you can clearly articulate what you love about him.
© 2017 FlourishAnyway
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on June 25, 2020:
JaydenLovesOlivia - What a wonderful story.
JaydenLovesOlivia on June 24, 2020:
I have had a crush on my best friend very since the first day of sixth grade (I’m not saying how old I am, but 6th was SOOOOO long ago). A few weeks ago I came out to her as FtM transgender. I was so afraid that she was gonna judge me. She said: “I’m offended—“ (me: ‘oh crap’) “that you would think I would possibly judge you”. She went on talking about how much she loved and supported me, and I slowly looked up, saw the way her green eyes glistened, and knew I was in love.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on April 15, 2020:
Peggy - Love is what it's all about. Thanks for stopping by!
Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on April 15, 2020:
I immediately thought of the Beatles singing "Love, love, love..." I like this listing of love songs!
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on September 17, 2019:
Aidan - Thank you for this suggestion. It does fit perfectly, and I've added the song at #112.
Aidan on September 14, 2019:
check out Hide by Juice WRLD, it's from spiderman into the spiderverse but the song has very strong meaning and I think it fits here perfectley
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 02, 2019:
Kristen - Thank you for the suggestion. I've added this song to the list.
Kristen on August 01, 2019:
You should add 'My Somebody' by Trent Harmon :)
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on May 10, 2019:
Corinne - That's a beautiful description. I hope you share it with the object of your affection.
Corinne on May 09, 2019:
I didn't even know it, until I did. There's a feeling that fills your lungs, your heart, your stomach, everything. You forget you're even breathing, time stops. That moment, complete bliss. I looked into his eyes, at his smile. That moment could last forever. I fall more in love with him every day, and that feeling still fills me with utmost joy.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on February 07, 2019:
Christoffer - Thanks for the song suggestion. I've added it at #102. Soaring vocals!
Christoffer Lundh on February 06, 2019:
Endlessly by Amaranthe should be on that list. An absolute beautiful song!
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on January 17, 2019:
Mary Wheatley - I'll work on that. Thanks for the feedback.
mary wheatley on January 17, 2019:
i need more love music
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 25, 2018:
CJ - Both of those songs are lovely additions. Thank you for the recommendations. You have a romantic fella! I wish you all the best in love and in life.
CJ on December 24, 2018:
So theres a song called "you" by a great big world. I think it would go nicely up there. It's funny how well these songs seem to know what i feel before i even know i feel it. I was listening to a song sent to me by a boy and kept wondering "why on earth would he send me this?" The song is called "you are the reason" by Callum Scott. It was during the very last line that i realized how much i loved and cared for this boy. It was a truly terrifying and amazing moment, especially because he happens to be my very best friend
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 06, 2018:
Timmy Bevis - Thank you for the song suggestion. I put the song on the "Songs About Reunited Love and Getting Back Together Again" playlist. Have a wonderful holiday season.
Timmy Bevis on December 05, 2018:
Lego house by Ed Sheeran
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on September 11, 2018:
Charity King - Thank you for the feedback. Have a wonderful day.
Charity King on September 10, 2018:
I love all the songs .
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on July 06, 2018:
mo - Thank you for that excellent suggestion. I love that song! I've added it at #95. Have a fabulous weekend!
mo on July 05, 2018:
+ Heartbeat Song by Kelly Clarkson ;)
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on June 16, 2018:
Victuuri Lover - Thank you for your vivid description of what falling in love feels like! I hope you find your match.
Victuuri Lover on June 15, 2018:
i could tell that i was falling in love with this one guy because they would always be in my head and it was like hell to get them out. Every night i couldn't sleep because i couldn't stop thinking about them and in the morning i wanted to go back to sleep to keep dreaming about them, but then i relized its a week day so im like the friken flash to get ready for school to see him. And every time i saw them or heard their voice my heart would skip a beat and i would always blush, but when i relized u loved him i was depressed (as alway) and scared bc every time ive ever loved a guy i would always fall to the ground they wouldnt catch me... they never liked me back.
so to anyone who has never fallen in love before and want to know how to tell if you have, they will always be in your mind and they would feel like they are your world, life and soul.
- love councling session over with Victuuri Lover thatll be $52 lol
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on June 09, 2018:
Madi - #4 on the playlist. Thanks for your comment.
Madi on June 08, 2018:
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 28, 2018:
Towani Mutale - Thank you for those suggestions. I've added them both!
Towani Mutale on March 27, 2018:
Thunder by Boys Like Girls
Two Is Better Than One by Boys Like Girls ft. Taylor Swift
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 19, 2018:
Joshua - Thanks for the song suggestion. I added it at #89.
Joshua on March 19, 2018:
Hold my girl george ezra
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on September 18, 2017:
Catherine - Thanks for your kind comment. I really love music. There's not a day that goes by when I don't think about things to write about that are music-related, whether they are playlists or other articles. Have a great week!
Catherine Giordano from Orlando Florida on September 18, 2017:
I love your encyclopedic knowledge of music. Even more, I love your insightful and witty introductions to the songs. I have more or less lost touch with pop music (anything past the 70"s) so I always enjoy diving into your playlists.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on September 09, 2017:
Devika - Falling in love is awesome. Staying in love is even better. Thanks for stopping by.
DDE on September 09, 2017:
Love songs are great to listen to anytime of day for me.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 28, 2017:
ArisaLutfiyah - Thanks for your kind comment.
Anisa Lutfiyah from Indonesia on August 28, 2017:
Love Song always make my hart Melt. Good Choice.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 17, 2017:
Dora - We could all use a bit more love in our lives these days. Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful weekend!
Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on August 17, 2017:
Great love stories! I guess the tunes are good too; too bad I don't know them, but I do know that falling in love is an exciting topic.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 16, 2017:
Devika - Thank you for your kind comment.
Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on August 16, 2017:
I like these songs and your list has good choices.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 15, 2017:
Jo - Thanks so much for reading.
Jo Miller from Tennessee on August 15, 2017:
Ah! Now that's a list.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 14, 2017:
Heidi - Glad you found some new options. Sometimes that's hard to do! Have a great week!
Heidi Thorne from Chicago Area on August 14, 2017:
Dang! Some new entries I never knew about. Thanks for pointing out some new choices for the playlist. Have a lovely week ahead!
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 13, 2017:
Rasma - That's a nice jazz classic. Falling in love is something that almost everyone can relate to. Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful week, my productive poet friend.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 13, 2017:
Suhail - It's a very popular theme, falling in love. Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful week ahead.
Suhail Zubaid aka Clark Kent from Mississauga, ON on August 13, 2017:
Amazing list to choose from given that there are millions of songs covered on this theme!
I will be listening to several of then on youtube now.
Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on August 13, 2017:
Falling in love is insanity, wonderful and the world would not be livable if there was no love. I knew there would be many songs about love. I am still the one for the old-fashioned kind of song like Dean Martin's That's Amore where the moon in the sky starts looking like a big pizza pie, I can relate.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 13, 2017:
Larry - With all that is going on the world, we sure could use a little more love. Thanks for stopping by, and have a great week.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 13, 2017:
Genna - Thank you so much for your kind kudos. I can imagine lovers making a playlist for one another with this to share their feelings. Have a wonderful week!
Larry Rankin from Oklahoma on August 13, 2017:
A most magical and unnerving state and a favorite topic of artists, poets, and singers.
Genna East from Massachusetts, USA on August 13, 2017:
Falling in Love is a wonderful, favorite topic with tons of music to choose from, and your list is amazing. "Nobody is perfect until you fall in love with them..." So well done!
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 12, 2017:
Linda - It's such a natural high, a highlight of one's life. No wonder people sing about it so much! Thanks for reading. Have a fabulous week ahead.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 12, 2017:
Linda - Falling in love is fabulous. Staying in love seems to be the big challenge for many. Thanks for stopping by!
Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on August 12, 2017:
I love the lyrics that you've shared from the Ellie Goulding song. Falling in love is a great topic for vocal music.
Linda Lum from Washington State, USA on August 12, 2017:
Flourish - This is probably the topic for which there are the most songs. We love to love! Thank you for such a fun article.
FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 12, 2017:
Bill - Lots of songs about this topic to be sure! Have a great weekend. I hear the heat wave has broken out there. My husband is flying out there for a week on business so he's been watching the weather.
Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on August 12, 2017:
I thought of the old Elvis classic immediately, but I thought of the cover by Christina Grimmie, which I thought was better than the original. :) Great list...so many songs about falling in love. You need about five articles to cover them all.