Love Songs – Day 2
Loves lost, forlorn and forever held in high esteem — all get their due in today’s continuing coverage of some of the best, all-time Love Songs, as described by TCD staffers and friends. Can’t quite figure out what to say in that lovely little personal note to your Sweetie? Take a hint or two from the pros as you listen to these sultry, smooth numbers.
Editorial Intern Cesar Rojas’ Picks:
“Hasta Ayer” (Until Yesterday) — Marc Anthony: Because Valentine’s Day is about love, even love lost, this certainly makes my list.
“Open Arms” — Journey: Steve Perry is the man.
“Unchained Melody” — The Righteous Brothers: best known for the famous scene in the movie Ghost; and “Lady in Red,” by Chris De Burgh, tie for No. 3 for the slow-dance factor.
“You’re All I Need To Get By” — Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell: Why? I love this song because I think it speaks to being so secure in every way. It represents a time in my life when I met the man of my dreams; now, I feel complete.
“My Romance” — Kevin Mahogany: Why? Every song — and I mean every song — on this CD is romantic. Plus, it was one of the first gifts I received from the love of my life and best friend.
“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” — Marvin Gay and Tammi Terrell: Why? I love this song because it speaks to the friendship I have in my relationship. (Does this song speak to you? Take a listen.)
Look for more Power of Three: Love Songs throughout the week on TCD!
Love Songs from Day 1