They call it a heart " beat " for a reason - being in love will make you want to dance and sing it to sky! Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so before you make your sweetie a V-Day playlist, check out Kidzworld's Top 10 Love Songs ! These five girls have come a long way since their X-Factor days, and "Sledgehammer" is a powerful love song that'll make you feel it where it counts your heart, of course. It may not be love yet, but this catchy tune by 5SoS is all about when you first spot a cutie in the crowd, and you know you want to make them yours.
9. Don't Stop - 5 Seconds of Summer
Say what you will about the Fifty Shades of Grey movie — the soundtrack is great. Built like a cathedral of synths, the song is toweringly romantic and unapologetically sweet. Selena Gomez transitioned into adult pop stardom this year with a whisper, not a shout. The result is like pillow talk, only catchier. On "My Way" time slows to a syrupy wooze as the rapper tries to impress the object of his affection with come-on after come-on. It's equal parts charming and desperate. It's charmingly desperate.
10. Sledgehammer - Fifth Harmony
Want to know some of the most popular love songs and wedding songs from ? Have a look below at our list of 10 songs from We tried to have a mixture of fast and slow tempo songs. Artists such as Andy Grammer and Meghan Trainor make this list of the best wedding songs, sharing that honor with Maroon 5, Chris Stapleton, and more. You can find selections for every part of your wedding ceremony on our list. Sugar — Maroon 5 January , V.
Summer is here, which means you likely have back-to-back wedding invitations for the next few months. And if Spotify is right, you're going to be hearing more John Legend and Ed Sheeran than you can possibly handle. According to The Hollywood Reporter , the music streaming service analyzed more than , playlists from around the world with the word "wedding" or "first dance" included in the title. And the results are sappy but sweet, like all wedding songs should be. When it comes to must-plays at the reception, John Legend topped the list with "All of Me," his romantic ode to wife Chrissy Teigen. Further down the list were more upbeat songs like "Happy" by Pharrell Williams and "Brown Eyed Girl" by Van Morrison, so all the aunts and uncles can boogie down. First dance playlists were way more ballad heavy, naturally. Help save lives. United States.