Thursday

thirteen saptastic songs for your valentine

My 13 faves from the "lovey dovey stuff" playlist on my iPod:

  • This Boy ~ The Beatles (I totally wanted This Boy, to save me from That Boy who only made me cry.)

~Diana Ross & Lionel Richie (I used to have the 45 rpm and would listen to it daily. And cry.)
  • I Will Always Love You ~ Dolly Parton (More crying)
  • Wonderful Tonight ~ Eric Clapton (Rockers singing love songs? *sob*)
  • I Only Want to Be With You ~ Dusty Springfield (I love that I could actually sing along to this; if only I could dance like her.)
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    11 comments:

    Jessa said...

    I love Hey There Delilah...even if my husband makes up sassy lyrics to ruin it. They have another song on the album about writing a song and it's even sweeter than Delilah IMO.

    katydidnot said...

    that is a truly sappy fantastic play list. but olivia newton john...seriously? and you forgot "the dance".

    Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

    Endless Love? 45's? You are so taking me back in time!

    Nicholas said...

    You cant go wrong with anything by The Beatles

    Moxy Jane said...

    Oh, the sweet, sweet harmonies of young boys in too-short pants and mop-tops. Very nice.

    And, totally unrelated...how ever did you manage to center your light-bulb?!

    Adelle said...

    Endless Love always does it for me. Great collection of songs. Happy Valentine Day!

    Brenda ND said...

    I like your list. Thanks for sharing.

    Janet said...

    omg, lovelovelove Tender Love by the Force M.D.s!!! Sigh...memories...

    Fantastic Forrest said...

    Excellent list. Music is good stuff.

    Suzanne said...

    .38 Special, Chicago, and Richard Marx. Oh. My. Gosh. Those guys pulled me through many a break-up in high school. Excellent list. (I'm off to cry on my iPod)

    phd in yogurtry said...

    pardon my spam comment (copied from bad mom) It's late and pasting is easier.

    Oh I love This Boy. it's on my mp3 player, twice. did you happen to see Sean Lennon sing this, it was a tribute to his dad, I think. Incredibly moving.