James Barker Band, “Chills.”
“I never get tired of waking up next to you. And it’s alright with me if that’s all I ever do.” — “All I Ever Do,” Bowen
We thought our love song would play forever. But somewhere along the line, the lyrics lost their meaning and the song changed.
“And the tears come streaming down your face when you lose something you can’t replace. When you love someone but it goes to waste, could it be worse?” — Fix you, Coldplay
I love how songs can bring us back to places, to people, to slices of time that make our souls shiver in remembrance.
“You will always be the miracle that makes my life complete,
And as long as there’s a breath in me, I’ll make yours just as sweet.”
The answer to the people who want more from you than you can give them: It Ain’t Me Babe
“Before the day I met you, life was so unkind
But you’re the key to my peace of mind”
Take a look at your phone and glance over your playlist. Chances are that you have songs there by artists like Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and Meghan Trainor whose songs are more or less focused on love. Whether be it about heartbreaks, young love, crushes and many more, these are the songs that we usually hear on the radio and thus these are the songs that sell. So what is it about love songs that just make us go gaga over them?
Should this be the last thing I see
I want you to know it’s enough for me
‘Cause all that you are is all that I’ll ever need.