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Good Love Is On The Way

I'm a lazy lover
Wasting time
Then one day this summer
I changed my number
To cut my line

Good love is on the way
I been lonely but I know I'll be OK
Good love is on the way

3 years broken hearted
But now her ghost is finally gone
I'm done with broken people
This is me
I'm working on

Good love is on the way
I've been lonely but I know I'll be OK
Good love is on the way

Good to go for wherever I'm needed
Bags are packed and they're
Down by the door
You can take all the tricks up my sleeve
I don't need them any more
Good love is on the way
Good love is on the way
I've been lonely but I know I'll be OK

Bom Amor Está a Caminho

Eu sou um amante preguiçoso
Desperdiçando tempo
Então um dia, nesse verão
Eu mudei meu número
Para cortar minha linha

Bom amor está no caminho
Eu estive sozinho, mas eu sei que estarei ok
Bom amor está no caminho

3 anos de coração partido
Mas agora o fantasma dela finalmente partiu
Eu cansei de pessoas quebradas
Este sou eu
Eu estou em movimento

Bom amor está no caminho
Eu estive sozinho, mas eu sei que estarei ok
Bom amor está no caminho

Bom para ir para qualquer lugar que queria
Malas estão prontas
E elas estão perto da porta
Você pode tirar todos os truques da minha manga
Eu não preciso mais deles, nunca mais
Bom amor está no caminho
Bom amor está no caminho
Eu estive sozinho, mas eu sei que estarei ok

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    80 Greatest Love Songs to Stream Now in 2022

    By Chelsea Candelario

    Published Sep 22, 2022

    Let’s be honest: Love songs always hit right in the feels. A ballad can transform from a regular song into the soundtrack of your relationship—whether you’re celebrating your 25th anniversary or just uttering “I love you” for the first time on Valentine's Day.

    But what makes a great love song? The top-secret recipe starts with the lyrics. You can go from a jazzy number that spells out letters (like “L-O-V-E” by Nat King Cole) to a rock hit that breaks down the true meaning of love (like “I Want to Know What Love Is” by Foreigner) or even a nostalgic track that makes you reflect on past relationships (like “Teenage Dream” by Katy Perry). Simply put: Love songs have stood the test of time through so many decades.

    Seriously, the ’60s and ’70s were all about soul and funk, while the ’80s ushered in pop and rock. And then the ’90s and early ’00s gave us some of the greatest R&B hits of all time. (Hello, Boys II Men, Whitney Houston and Alicia Keys, to name a few).

    Overall, these hits have been added to mix CDs, belted out at weddings and quoted in movies as some of the most romantic gestures of our time. From Whitney Houston to Adele, here are the 77 greatest love songs to dedicate to your special someone.

    1. “Cheek to Cheek" By Fred Astaire (1935)

    While we adore Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett's rendition (or even Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong's), we can't stop playing the original hit. The '30s jazz number was specifically written for Astaire's movie Top Hat, so it's no surprise it was a musical favorite for the times.

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    2. “This Magic Moment” By The Drifters (1960)

    This ’60s number is bringing us back to our very first kiss. With every line, we can definitely agree that every smooch with our love is a magical moment.

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    3. “At Last” By Etta James (1960)

    Chances are, you’ve heard this song at least once in your lifetime. The minute Etta James croons “At last…” you’re swaying to the music and marveling at the iconic singer’s pipes.

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    4. “can’t Help Falling In Love” By Elvis Presley (1961)

    Elvis Presley might be known for his upbeat rock songs, but this love ballad shows off his soulful side.

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    5. “L-O-V-E” By Nat King Cole (1964)

    Leave it to Nat King Cole to make spelling fun and catchy. You’ll immediately recognize the ‘60s jazz hit as soon as Cole sings, “L is for the way you look at me…”

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    6. “Fly Me To The Moon” By Frank Sinatra (1964)

    The opening lines, “Fly me to the moon, let me play among the stars, let me see what spring is like on Jupiter and Mars…” is enough to get you on your feet and pulling your beau to the dance floor.

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    7. “My Girl” By The Temptations (1965)

    This classic R&B track is sending love to a special someone and isn’t shy about letting the whole world know. Plus, who doesn’t want sunshine on a cloudy day?

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    8. “Unchained Melody” By The Righteous Brothers (1965)

    You remember that iconic scene from Ghost right? Well you have this ‘60s ballad to thank for its moving soundtrack, sung by The Righteous Brothers.

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    9. “I Got You Babe” By Sonny And Cher (1965)

    Nothing says you’re there for your partner through it all quite like this Sonny and Cher duet. The disco-pop track is the perfect song to sing to your number one.

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    10. “When A Man Loves A Woman” By Percy Sledge (1966)

    Ah, we adore this ode to how love makes us do crazy things (like turning on your best friend or sleeping in the rain!?).

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    11. “God Only Knows” By Beach Boys (1966)

    This song will definitely get stuck in your head, from the chorus alone. The Beach Boys may be known for their catchy, surf-inspired songs but this love tune is a great addition to any romantic occasion.

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    12. “(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher” By Jackie Wilson (1967)

    You can’t help but sing and dance to this upbeat R&B song. What could be more romantic than knowing that your love is lifting someone up?

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    13. “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” By Marvin Gaye And Tammi Terrel (1967)

    This is the duet song. Whether you’re taking on Marvin Gaye or Tammi Terrel’s part, be sure to sing your heart out with lyrics like “Cause baby there ain't no mountain high enough. Ain't no valley low enough. Ain't no river wide enough. To keep me from getting to you babe.”

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    14. “For Once In My Life” By Stevie Wonder (1967)

    This one is great for a new relationship because the iconic Stevie Wonder belts about the feeling that comes with finally finding your person. And he brings his harmonica along for the ride.

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    15. “All You Need Is Love” By The Beatles (1967)

    The Beatles have some of the most classic songs in history and this 1967 track is a great example. The chorus, “All you need is love, all you need is love, all you need is love, love is all you need…” is enough to get up and hold your love ones close.

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    16. “(They Long To Be) Close To You” By The Carpenters (1970)

    Most love stories start with a crush. And this soft rock track is all about admiring and pining for someone (whether you know them or not).

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    17. "I Think I Love You" By The Partridge Family (1970)

    You don't have to remember the '70s sitcom The Partridge Family when this song comes on, especially with iconic lyrics like, "I think I love you so what am I so afraid of..." You'l be belting out the tune to your partner as soon as the chorus hits.

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    18. “Your Song” By Elton John (1971)

    When Elton John’s voice and a piano is involved, a love song inevitable. Who would’ve known that one line—written by songwriter Bernie Taupin (who BTW never experienced romantic love before writing this)—could grow into a timeless tune for the ages.

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    19. “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” By Roberta Flack (1972)

    This is actually a cover of the 1957 folk song, originally sung by British songwriter Ewan MacColl. But the updated version focuses on Roberta Flack’s incredible vocals, which was celebrated with not one, but two Grammy awards.

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    20. “Lovin’ You” By Minnie Riperton (1974)

    Minnie Riperton’s soulful voice is the key when you’re falling in love with someone and want to musically express your newfound feelings.

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    21. “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” By Elton John And Kiki Dee (1976)

    Grab your beau and duet this ‘70s classic. Be the Kiki Dee to their Elton John and sing your heart out at karaoke.

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    22. “Always And Forever” By Heatwave (1976)

    The second someone tells you “Each moment with you is just like a dream to me…”, they are a keeper—and according to this funk-disco band, that’s just a plain fact.

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    23. “How Deep Is Your Love” By The Bee Gees (1977)

    FYI, the whole Saturday Night Fever album is a bop, so it’s no surprise that this ‘70s track will lead you to the dance floor with a nice sway (and an impressive twirl). Just don’t forget to softly sing to your significant other, “how deep is your love, how deep is your love…”

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    24. “Best Of My Love” By The Emotions (1977)

    The vocals alone are enough to convince you to press play (and then repeat the song again, a second time).

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    25. “You’re The One That I Want” By John Travolta And Olivia Newton-John (1978)

    OK, Grease has a bunch of bops, but this closing number sung by Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) and Danny (John Travolta) is by far our favorite musical love song.

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    26. “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” By Queen (1980)

    All you need to make an ‘80s hit: guitar riffs, drums and Freddie Mercury’s voice telling you exactly what love means. That’s it.

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    27. “Lady” By Kenny Rogers (1980)

    When a song is written by Lionel Richie and sung by the late Kenny Rogers, you can trust it’s a timeless masterpiece.

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    28. “Endless Love” By Diana Ross And Lionel Richie (1981)

    A song with Diana Ross and Lionel Richie? Enough said. This is the GOAT of duet love songs.

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    29. “Total Eclipse Of The Heart” By Bonnie Tyler (1983)

    If you’re looking for a rock love song, look no further than this ‘80s hit. Between Tyler’s raspy voice and the instrumental break towards the middle, you’ll feel the pain of longing for someone too.

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    30. “Time After Time” By Cyndi Lauper (1983)

    Whether you’re adding it to your playlist or dedicating it to your partner at karaoke, this Cyndi Lauper bop is a classic.

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    31. “Faithfully” By Journey (1983)

    Long distance can be hard, but Journey is letting us know it’s still worth it with lyrics like “And being apart ain't easy on this love affair. Two strangers learn to fall in love again. I get the joy of rediscovering you…”

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    32. “If Only You Knew” By Patti Labelle (1983)

    Saying ‘I love you’ for the first time is not easy and the soul singer expresses that, despite having a hard time saying the three words, there’s still plenty of other ways to show your love.

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    33. “I Want To Know What Love Is” By Foreigner (1984)

    Let’s face it, you’ll be belting out “I wanna know what love is, I want you to show me…” as soon as the chorus comes on. The ‘80s rock song is ready to tap into your feelings, especially with help from the choir singing along with the band.

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    34. “Silly Love Songs” By Wings (1984)

    The title of the song can be ironic, considering it’s everything a love song stands for: disco beats (aka the bass), a former Beatles member (Paul McCartney) and lots of ‘I love yous.’

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    35. “Crazy For You” By Madonna (1985)

    Written for the 1985 film Vision Quest, this track follows two people meeting for the first time at a club and a spark that only can be explained through melody.

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    36. “Take My Breath Away” By Berlin (1986)

    Aside from making an appearance in Top Gun (and winning an Academy Award for Best Original Song), this electropop hit is the slow dance pick for a wedding, date or big anniversary party.

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    37. “The Way You Make Me Feel” By Michael Jackson (1987)

    We always want to feel loved and appreciated by our significant other, and this song makes us smile (and blush immensely). Plus, the ’80s track already has us swaying to the beat.

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    38. “End Of The Road” By Boyz II Men (1991)

    OK, so this is actually about heartbreak. But it’s still considered a love song for how the R&B group vows for one more chance with their love. And can we just talk about the mix of their powerful voices?

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    39. “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” By Bryan Adams (1991)

    What would you do for your love? For Bryan Adams it’s simple: everything. The ‘90s rock song doesn’t hold back and the mix of piano, guitar and drums make it a classic love hit.

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    40. “I Will Always Love You” By Whitney Houston (1992)

    You can’t create a list of the greatest love songs without this Whitney Houston tune. The Bodyguard might’ve made this song iconic, but it could never compare to Houston completely blowing us away with her vocals. You try hitting the high notes like that.

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    41. “Weak” By SWV (1992)

    For some, love can hit you in unexpected ways. This R&B ballad is all about falling in love and being caught off guard with what that feels like with lyrics like “I get so weak in the knees, I can hardly speak, I lose all control and something takes over me.”

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    42. “The Power Of Love” By Celine Dion (1993)

    With one of the most powerful voices in music, Celine Dion knew exactly what she was doing when she released this ‘90s love song. As soon as she sings, “Cause I'm your lady. And you are my man. Whenever you reach for me. I'll do all that I can…” be prepared for goosebumps.

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    43. “That’s The Way Love Goes” By Janet Jackson (1993)

    This ‘90s R&B track paints a picture of desire and passion for your partner. Oh, Janet Jackson.

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    44. “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” From the Lion King (1994)

    While we have to give kudos to the original song performed and written by Elton John, we have a soft spot for The Lion King version. With a blend of the characters’ and singer Kristle Edwards’ voices, we totally get why this love song is an Academy award-winning and a top Disney pick.

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    45. “Don't Let Go (Love)" By En Vogue (1996)

    This R&B group will have you singing to the top of your lungs with this '90s bop. All about professing your love to a friend, this tune is ready to change the relationship regardless of what's on the line.

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    46. “All My Life” By K-Ci And Jojo (1997)

    With lyrics like “All my life I’ve prayed for someone like you. And I thank God that I, that I finally found you…” we can’t help but dedicate this love ballad to our one true love.

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    47. “My Heart Will Go On” By Celine Dion (1997)

    Admit it, we’ve all tried to recreate the scene where Rose spreads her arms out and Jack holds her close, all while this iconic song plays in the background.

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    48. “It’s Your Love” By Tim Mcgraw And Faith Hill (1997)

    This country song hits right in the feels even more when you realize it’s sung by real-life couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. Their harmonies together have us grabbing our partner and dancing around the house.

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    49. “You’re Still The One” By Shania Twain (1998)

    Come on, it’s Shania Twain. Who wasn’t singing along to the chorus back in the day (and now)?

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    50. “Let’s Get Married” By Jagged Edge (2000)

    Need a proposal song? This R&B hit can put into words how ready you are to take the next step. (We can’t guarantee a yes, but it’s a charming way of putting into words how you feel.)

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    51. “She Will Be Loved” By Maroon 5 (2002)

    This early 2000s hit is making sure the person in your life knows they can be loved immensely. Now sing, “And she will be loved…” in the top of your lungs.

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    52. “If I Ain’t Got You” By Alicia Keys (2003)

    Alicia Keys’s vocals mix with her incredible piano skills, as an ode to celebrating your loved one and the memories you share rather than the items you buy.

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    53. “Let Me Love You” By Mario (2004)

    Mario doesn’t shy away from listing all the special things about the woman he’s eyeing and we can’t help but blush at all the sweet sentiments.

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    54. “We Belong Together” By Mariah Carey (2005)

    We couldn’t create a list of romantic songs without mentioning vocal powerhouse, Mariah Carey. This 2005 song confesses to loving someone and realizing you simply can’t live without them. Try hitting that high note, we dare you.

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    55. “Love” By Keyshia Cole (2005)

    FYI, be prepared to go on an emotional rollercoaster. The 2005 R&B song highlights the pain that accompanies falling in love with someone who’s not yours anymore. We dare you to try to match Keyshia Cole’s high note as she belts out her pain for a lost love.

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    56. “I’ll Cover You” By Jesse L. Martin And Wilson Jermaine Heredia (2005)

    Yes, Rent has A LOT of great hits, but this duet with Tom (Martin) and Angel (Heredia) is a top tier in our book. From lyrics like “I think they meant it when they said you can’t buy love…” to “So with a thousand sweet kisses, I’ll cover you,” we can’t help but replay the scene over and over again.

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    57. “My Love” By Justin Timberlake (2006)

    Justin Timberlake is no stranger to love ballads. (The whole “FutureSex/Lovesounds” album literally is chock full of love songs.) This pop/R&B combo is enough to have you mimic his dance moves and sing along to the catchy chorus.

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    58. “Chasing Cars” By Snow Patrol (2007)

    Yes, you might’ve heard this on Grey’s Anatomy. And if you ever dreamt of a Meredith and Derek kind-of-love, then this is the mid-2000’s song for you.

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    59. “Bleeding Love” By Leona Lewis (2007)

    This R&B-pop song is all about being head over heels for someone—regardless of what anyone else thinks about it. Leona Lewis’s striking vocals are enough to give it a listen.

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    60. “Make You Feel My Love” By Adele (2008)

    Adele always has us deep in our feelings (and it's safe to say both the ‘19’ and ‘21’ album left us on an emotional rollercoaster) so it's no surprise that this love ballad is a 2000’s hit for many reasons.

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    61. “Love Story” By Taylor Swift (2008)

    Before Taylor Swift was a popstar, she was belting out country hits like this. A modern take on Romeo and Juliet, it reminds us of our first relationship.

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    62. “You’ve Got The Love” By Florence + The Machine (2009)

    This 2009 hit is proof that sometimes love is all you need when times are rough. Plus, Florence Welch's distinct voice can't be matched.

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    63. “Lucky” By Jason Mraz And Colbie Caillat (2009)

    This 2009 track is the duet song to belt out in your next karaoke session. The soft pop melody mixed with the duo’s vocals is worth a listen (or two).

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    64. “Teenage Dream” By Katy Perry (2010)

    Katy Perry brings us back to a time when falling in love as teenagers was new, unpredictable and oftentimes, overwhelming.

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    65. “Marry You” By Bruno Mars (2010)

    Back in 2010, this was the wedding entrance or proposal (in the back of your car) song. It still holds true as an upbeat ballad to express your desire to marry your partner.

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    66. “When I Look At You” By Miley Cyrus (2010)

    Miley Cyrus showcases her vocals for the Last Song soundtrack, which is oh-so-fitting for this modern-day love story. Especially when she belts out “You’re beautiful” as the guitar break plays.

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    67. “Love On Top” By Beyoncé (2011)

    Beyoncé has a lot of love songs and this 2011 hit is no exception. As soon as she says, “Bring the beat in,” you know it’s on.

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    68. “Adorn” By Miguel (2012)

    This Grammy-award winning song is all about showering your special someone with adoration, devotion and large amounts of love.

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    69. “Thinkin Bout You” By Frank Ocean (2012)

    When someone is on your mind, it’s hard to shake them off. So, it seems Frank Ocean may know a thing or two about being lovesick.

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    70. “All Of Me” By John Legend (2013)

    This 2013 song is absolutely a love letter. Seriously, John Legend dedicated this number to his wife, Chrissy Teigen. How romantic is that?

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    71. “Like I Can” By Sam Smith (2014)

    While Sam Smith constantly has us reaching for the tissue box, sometimes they come out with a hit packed with declarations of love. With lyrics like, “Why are you looking down all the wrong roads? When mine is a heart and the salt of the soul…,” you can’t help but root for them to get their happy ending with the person they love.

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    72. “Thinking Out Loud” By Ed Sheeran (2014)

    Ed Sheeran’s vocals combined with the soft guitar and piano in the background makes for a fool-proof first dance choice.

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    73. “Love Me Like You Do” By Ellie Goulding (2015)

    If you ever needed an extra push to tell someone how you feel, look no further than this 2015 pop hit. The lyrics (“Oh, what are you waiting for?”) will give you courage to take the next step in your relationship.

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    74. “Love On The Brain” By Rihanna (2016)

    When Rihanna isn’t running a multi-billion-dollar business, she’s lending her voice to an emotional ballad about the highs and lows of a relationship.

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    75. “LOVE.” By Kendrick Lamar Ft. Zacari (2017)

    This 2017 hit raises questions about love, trust and building a relationship. We already know Kendrick Lamar is a lyrical genius, so it’s not hard to sing along.

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    76. “Trip” By Ella Mai (2018)

    OK, it’s normal to be skeptical about love. The feeling can sneak, or in this case trip, up on you. Ella Mai belts out the confusing process of falling for someone in this candid track. Don’t worry, we totally get it.

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    77. “Golden Hour” By Kacey Musgraves (2018)

    This whole country album is an ode to love and heartbreak, but the 2018 song paints a picture of a significant other being so special it’s almost rare and beautiful with lyrics like “That you're my golden hour, the color of my sky, you've set my world on fire, And I know, I know everything's gonna be alright…”

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    78. “Speechless” By Dan And Shay (2018)

    The country duo reminisces on seeing their wives for the first time in their wedding dress and honestly, it’s the sweetest thing.

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    79. “Cuz I Love You” By Lizzo (2019)

    Every time Lizzo belts out “Cuz I love you,” we fall more in love with her our partner. The pop singer knows just how new and exciting a new love can be.

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    80. “Stuck With U” By Justin Bieber And Ariana Grande (2020)

    What happens when you combine two of the most popular singers? A love ballad that’s all about sticking together, no matter what. Since 2020 brought a lot of uncertainty, this song reminds us to keep our loved ones closer than ever.

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    Lady Bug's song "The Miracle Around"

    The song "The Miracle Around" performed by superheroes from the animated series "Lady Bug" is mega popular with girls, because it has everything - love, friendship, adventure. Welcome to the world of Ladybug and Super Cat!

    Listen online “Miracle around”

    • Miracle around


    • 01:56

    027 All this world

  • Arab night
  • Magic world
  • Behind the window again snowdrifts
  • Let go and forget
  • Ballad about the Achtohallen river
  • again for the horizon

The lyrics "Wonder around"

DU a girl living a very ordinary life
But nobody knows something about me
This is my secret

I look forward to meeting him every day
He is so handsome and cool
He winked, he is quite happy
But I'm not sure that I
Oh, oh, oh, the world seems to have changed
Oh, oh, oh, I so want to be with him
Oh, oh, oh, and at the end of the day
I turn into

Miracle around, just take a look.
Just take a closer look, don't miss it
A miracle is around, just turn around
Friendship, love is on the way

I'm just a cat, wandering around
I'm just a friend for her so far
I look forward to meeting her every time
She will always help me
O oh, oh, getting stronger every day
Oh, oh, oh, I so want to be with her
Oh, oh, oh, I'm waiting at the end of the day

Miracle around, just look around
Just take a closer look, don't miss it
Miracle around, just turn around
Friendship, love is on the way -
Miracle around, just look around.
Just look, don't miss
Miracle is around, just turn around
Friendship, love is already on the way
Miracle is around, just look around
Just look, don't miss
Miracle is around, just turn around
Friendship, love is already on the way
Miracle around

Miracle around school days

The plot is based on the story of two teenagers from Paris. Marinette Dupinne-Cheng and Adrien Agreste are sympathetic to each other, but do not always know how to show warm feelings. And the most interesting thing is that these guys are superheroes who transform with the help of their living talismans. The main romantic intrigue lies in the fact that both of them do not know who is hiding behind each other's images. However, this does not prevent the brave couple from fighting evil, saving their friends and ordinary residents of Paris from the insidious villain Brazhnik together.

The soundtrack also supports the exciting events of the cartoon. For example, "The Miracle Around" is the series' title theme song. This is a lyrical and at the same time decisive song about mutual support, first love and belief in miracles. In addition to this composition, the series includes several more tracks. Adventure, wonderful music, romance and humor brought this cartoon success. Each episode conveys valuable ideas to the audience: how important one's own honor is, how valuable the struggle for justice and friendly loyalty are. The melodies in the animated series are very dynamic, which means that listeners will definitely like it.

The main characters of the animated series

Marinette Dupinne-Cheng is a high school student from Paris who is secretly in love with Adrian. She is hiding under the mask of the famous Lady Bug. Adrien Agreste, who turns into Super Cat, goes to the same school as Marinette, and is in love with Ladybug. Mothman is Adrian's father, the main villain who wants to destroy superheroes and capture the city. An important role in the plot is played by small living kwami ​​talismans - a ladybug, a black cat, a moth.

Interesting facts

  • Ladybug is a French-Korean series.
  • As a child, the author of the stories admired ladybugs, which is why the main character has such a talisman. And Super Cat could get the black crow kwami.
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I am in a relationship, but I don't love my partner. The psychologist explains why this is (not) normal and what to do

This is sad, of course, but it can happen to you too. Read the opinion of a psychologist about why we tolerate dislike for ourselves, marry by convenience, and whether we will regret it after forty.

At what age are relationships without reciprocity more typical

– And what does each of us put into the concept of “love” and who can accurately describe this feeling? It is important to understand that everyone will tell something different about love, but for someone it will remain an indescribable and inexplicable feeling. And where is the line between "like" and "love"? And what does "not love" mean? – says Natalia Aleksandrovich , family counselor, crisis and trauma specialist, certified gestalt therapist.

- There are cases when, for example, a girl at the age of 16 meets a guy and does not love him. She just likes him, and this relationship is rather for the sake of interest and experience.

- I suppose that when a girl says that she liked a guy, but she did not love him, there was some kind of insufficiency in relation to him. Something was clearly missing. Interest in a person is already a lot on the way to a deep feeling.

But there seems to be an expectation that the feeling will burst into flames and burn for a long time. Yes, this happens, and then we talk about falling in love as the beginning of the path to love. As a rule, when falling in love ends, space opens up to explore what was built during this period. Someone already has a family, a child or a common cause. And definitely there is an experience, pleasant and not very.

At this moment, the couple is experiencing its first crisis: the person is faced with the fact that the partner is not as ideal as it seemed initially. This point is a transit point on the way to love. It allows a person to make a choice more consciously and involves working on oneself and relationships, involves patience and emotional costs - and definitely does not give any guarantees. If successful, all this forms a support for further movement and takes the pair to a higher level. And so on until maturity.

Yes, unfortunately, there are cases when, for some reason, a crisis becomes an insurmountable barrier for partners, and in this case the couple breaks up. Then the person returns to the starting point, but with another partner - this is provided that he dares to try again. And so on in a circle until a solution to the problem is found.

If the outbreak of love has passed, but the relationship still exists, then the question arises what need a person satisfies in this union. Perhaps this is a need for attention, security, sexual satisfaction, or the same need for love. And then, if you think about the questions “what do relationships give me?”, “What do I expect from a partner?”, Options will appear on how this can be done in another way, without getting stuck in a relationship that you want to end. Freedom appears.

I want to make a reservation right away that there are other love scenarios. I am now talking about those that are more common in practice.

And to the question about age, I will only say that at a young age we often observe falling in love, which is often filled with romanticism, sincerity and purity. And that's great. Love in the classical sense of the word still needs time and maturity of partners. Then everything in this gap is the very “dislike” that needs to be dealt with.

Why do we agree to a relationship out of pity?

- If pity is viewed from the side of compassion, sympathy, acceptance of weakness - this is one thing, and this is an important component of any relationship, which provides support to the partner in difficult times.

But, based on the wording of the question, most likely, it means something else - when a person experiences discomfort, but for some reason remains in a couple. The reasons may be different, but I would like to dwell on the following: if you look into the depth of the issue, you can see the disguised arrogance of the one who regrets, and a whole palette of feelings - guilt, shame, anger, fear and disgust, which a person often does not suspect.

Why arrogance? If you feel sorry for someone, then you mean that the other is weaker than you and he will not cope with something on his own, or maybe even disappear altogether. In this case, there is no need to talk about equality. There is a ground for this, which is formed by both partners. And often they are so strongly included in the game that from the outside it may seem that the pair is a complete idyll. He, for example, gets sick, and she takes care of him all day long, sacrificing her interests - what is not love.

Or another example that can often be found in Belarusian families: he drinks and beats her from time to time, and she consoles herself with the phrase “beating means she loves!” and every time he finds a new excuse for him, showing all the same pity. Perhaps she will even receive an apology for this or a gift as compensation, but everything will be back very soon - a classic of the genre.

Examples can be given indefinitely, and they will have different modifications and, perhaps, lighter forms than voiced, but in essence they will not differ in anything. Here we are talking about models of dependent behavior, and love has nothing to do with this, because it in itself at least includes the equality of partners, respect for each other and respect for the interests of everyone. This is the minimum that cannot be ignored.

It is clear that a person in a relationship loses the models that were learned in the parental family. If something similar to what was said above takes place today, then a parallel with personal history will always be found. And even if a person already knows a lot about himself, it is still difficult for him to stop the dependent scenario.

It often happens that a person starts to run away from a nightmare and tries to build the opposite model of interaction, and then we are talking about counter-dependent behavior. But this is definitely not yet freedom of choice, because the action comes from something. It turns out a vicious circle, from which it is very difficult to escape.

In such situations, it is helpful to seek the support of a trained professional who knows all these pitfalls and can help you see them. Exploring your mechanisms of interaction with others gives a person new ways to build relationships, so the question of pity disappears by itself.


- When you realize that you no longer love a person, at what point should you break off a relationship and is it worth it?

- It is not easy to answer this question, because it is not clear by what criteria to judge that love has passed. In each situation, markers will be different, and sometimes you can even jump to conclusions. For example, take a strong offense or some misunderstanding between partners as the basis for such a decision.

Anger is what is most often forced out of a relationship. Therefore, the very repression threatens them. Then a lot of important things remain in the shadows, but not clarified. The threat of rupture grows with each similar situation. When people come to me with this question, I always suggest working on clarifying hidden feelings before making a decision. Anger, for example, will indicate unmet needs in a couple.

Finding out the reasons, you can better understand what a person needs and what are the expectations, which in turn helps to find ways to solve a painful issue. Very often, after such work, the idea of ​​parting loses its relevance, because we are angry just at people who are really dear and important to us.

But that's just one example. There are other situations when, for example, a person is faced with serious crises in his life, which have nothing to do with love relationships, but definitely affect them. For example, dismissal, own illness or death of someone close. In this case, the person will not have an internal resource to support the relationship, and he needs time to recover. There is definitely no need to rush here. It is worth being patient and waiting for some time for the final decision.

And here is the moment that can become a landmark. As long as there are doubts and questions like “how to understand?” arise, you can be sure that you leave a chance to save a couple. When a relationship runs out of steam, these questions don't arise. Parting brings relief, and the person is left with a trace of gratitude for the experience. But this may not be the same for both partners.


- What can you say about the relationship of convenience? When, for example, you think in the future that this guy is smart and everything will be fine with him, but he is not very smart and I love him, but I still won’t get married.

– In our society, you can find a lot of condemnation and dissatisfaction when faced with this. But this is about human needs. Money is an opportunity and a resource. We are talking about physiological needs and the need for safety. And the fact that a person makes a choice in the direction of prospects when it comes to a future family can be quite justified.

Family is not only love. Money plays a very important role in this system. And here, as in a stable expression: "With a sweet paradise in a hut until the first rain." And if we talk about love, then here everyone chooses for himself.

In the question itself, there is an attitude that the man is the main breadwinner in the family. The scheme is clear, verified. But there is another option, when both partners occupy equal positions. Such relationships are built on mutual support and mutual assistance. This environment is more nutritious and safer for two, which, in turn, is a good condition for the development of each. Then the question of choice, in principle, is not worth it.

But often an equal partnership remains at the level of reasoning, because in life everything is a little more complicated, and such couples are very rare.

- What does it mean for a girl when she is in a relationship without love, and what does it mean for a guy when he does not love? Is there a gender difference in the perception of this?

- Yes, there is, but it's hard to say to what extent.

I keep repeating - everything is very individual. Although the fact that, for example, men are less susceptible to emotions, and for most women, the emotional sphere is the leading one, remains a fact. In addition, women are more likely than men to maintain relationships and work on them if the need arises. The presence of children and a small salary reinforces this trend.

Many modern women still try to relieve tension in this matter and actively invest in their development, which, in my opinion, is great. This avoids dependence on a man and has a good effect not only on all family members, but also on society as a whole.

What does it mean not to love in a relationship for a man and for a woman? I think it's equally sad for both. Regardless of gender, everyone has a need for love. Here, rather, the question is who and how is able to respond. From experience, we can say that men are more decisive in such matters.

I can only add that in our society there are still attitudes that “real men don't cry”. And this often causes a blockage of feelings, which, if manifested, could become ground for growth in a relationship. And while this is the case, it is really easier for a man to get out of a relationship. This gives him relief, although it does not solve his underlying problems.

But there are men who know the other side of the issue, and this cannot but delight. This is the case when, by developing the emotional sphere, a man strengthens his male part.

what to do if you are afraid to leave an unloved person

- You often hear from people over 40, they say, I regret that in my youth I got married or married an unloved person.

- If a person, having reached a certain age, begins to look towards the fact that something does not suit him in a relationship, this is wonderful. Understanding the problem provides a chance to improve these relationships or take more drastic measures. Everyone will find their own solution.

And yes, it is possible that the realization of lost time or missed opportunities will cause great melancholy, but it is worse when a person resigns himself to the situation, does not want to notice anything else and feels powerless, having lost hope to change something in his life. This is real drama.

And if there is a willingness to look deep into the problem and deal with it, then age sometimes becomes a good support, as it brings invaluable experience.

Are you forty, fifty or sixty, what difference does it make? If there is a will, there is always a way. Sometimes you just need to take the first step.

Is it okay to be in a relationship without love? For me personally, no. And I immediately want to ask: “Who determines this norm? Who will tell you what is right and what is wrong?” Each person has the right to live his life according to the scenario that he writes himself. Another thing is how happy a person is in this. If there is no happiness, it may be worth taking a chance and starting to change something.

- It happens that a couple rents a house or has taken a loan, they have children and they are afraid to leave, because they don’t know what will happen next. How to act in such a situation?

– The unknown is really frightening, and anxiety is inevitable here. This must be taken for granted. Another thing is if the anxiety is so strong that it paralyzes and prevents you from moving forward. Then you should contact a specialist. And to find out what will happen next, you need to start moving to that very point. In this movement, a person cannot avoid meeting the zone of discomfort, but there is no other way when it comes to experiencing a new experience.

– What can be recommended here?

– First of all, you should enlist the support of loved ones, and you should take care of this in advance.

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