Top 10 Best Songs For Couple Dance of All Time

Checkout the below listed latest top 10 best Songs For Couple Dance in 2017, There comes a time in everyone’s relationship when you hear that song that defines every detail of the love you feel for them. Trisha Yearwood sang volumes in her title track The Song Remembers When: ‘We were rolling through the Rockies/We were up above the clouds/When a station out of Jackson played that song And it seemed to fit the moment And the moment seemed to freeze When we turned the music up and sang along. Because, that is exactly what you do. You feel the song with the one you love. And for the rest of your relationship everytime the song comes on you can’t help but feel the exact same way.

Top 10 Best Songs For Couple Dance

Here we present the list of top 10 best Songs For Couple Dance in 2017

10. She’s In Love With A Boy – Trisha Yearwood

This song was written by John Ims and was released in 1991. It became a number one hit that made Trisha Yearwood the first artist with a number one single. It ended the year number 13 on Canada Country Tracks and number 18 on Billboard. Twenty-four years after Yearwood released the song she rereleased it on her album Prizefighter:Hit after Hit. This song captures young love in all its purity. The faith that no matter what you will stay together.

9. Better Together – Jack Johnson

This was the first track on his album In between dreams. It was released in 2006. The song made it to number 24 on the British Music Charts. In 2009 a live version was released on his En Concerto album. There, it peaked at number 23 on the Media Triple A chart.The song was one that Johnson wrote for his wife. The upbeat guitar is love itself. It’s a reminder that a duo can do so much more than one person alone.

8. Opposites Attract – Paula Abdul

This song was written by Oliver Leiber. It was originally written as filler for her 1989 album. It was released as a single in November of the same year. It peaked on the Billboard charts at number one and finished the year out at number 14. The phrase Opposites attract is a cliche. However there are no shortage of relationships that work for that sheer fact.

7. Crazy Love – Van Morrison

This song was recorded in November of 1969 and released in 1970. It was one of the tracks on his album Moondance. Crazy Love has been featured in several movies including Phenomenon and The Five Year Engagement. Van Morrison wrote this song about his girlfriend Janet Plant. The lyrics speak to all the madness that love brings with it. The electric feelings are what keeps a meant to be couple going year after year.

6. Have A Little Faith – John Hiatt

This is a song from his 1987 album Bring the Family. It was featured in the movies Look Who’s Talking and Benny and Joon. There are points in every relationship where one of the couple wants to give up. This is a song reminding them to keep going no matter what the obstacles.

5. Back At One – Brian McKnight

This song was released in September of 1999. It was Brian McKight’s first number one single on Billboard. He performed this song on an ABC episode of My Wife and Kids. The essence of this song is not letting someone go. It is about doing everything you can to make sure that the love you are with stays with you. This is a beautiful piano serenade that is also a reminder that when you are at a loss or your relationship feels like it is stuck you simply go back to the beginning.

4. Today Was A Fairytale – Taylor Swift

The song was written Taylor Swift who was also the co-producer along with Nathan Chapman. It debuted at number two on the Hot 100 charts and number one on the Canadian Charts. It broke the digital downloads record with 325000 in the first week. The song was first used in a trailer for the movie Valentine’s Day in 2009. The official release date of the single was January of 2010. This is a simple song that sums up what love is supposed to be. Many of Swift’s songs capture love’s end. This is one of the few that is love as it is happening and it’s absolutely enchanting…like the emotion itself.

3. Every Little Thing She Does is Magic – The Police

This song was written by Sting and released in November 1981. It was the second single from The Police’s album Ghost in the Machine. It has been featured in the movies The Wedding Singer and Bewitched. It was a hit across the world. It was number one in Canada, Ireland, and the Netherlands. It reached number two n Australia and number 3 in the United States. This song is another love classic. It is the idea that no matter what it is in the other person flaw or reason to fall in love; it’s the way its supposed to be.

2. Just The Way You Are – Billy Joel

This is a song was the third track from the artist’s 1977 album The Stranger. It peaked at number three on Billboard’s top 100. It was the first hit off this album. The song was written for Joel’s first wife Elizabeth as a straightforward declaration of his love for her. That is exactly waht this song is; a simple declaration that you will be in love with someone for exactly who they are without trying to change them.

1. Two of Us – The Beatles

This song was released in 1970. Although Paul McCartney wrote this song about his wife Linda it was credited to the famed duo Lennon-McCartney. It was originally titled “On Our Way Home”. The original version featured more guitar. It was McCartney who slowed it down to the version that was featured on the album Let it Be. VH1 used it in a documentary about the songwriting duo. The song itself is a reminder that when you are with the one you love you can get lost and love every minute of it because you will always make it home together.

There playing our song may be a trite phrase. However, it is the moments when you randomly hear the song on the air or perhaps in a playlist that you have a three to five-minute reminder why the person you are with the one you have waited for your entire life.

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