Monday, February 13, 2012

Valentine's Day Part 4 - In Lurve, Loave, Luff...Love


Sometimes, "Love" is too weak a word. So, let the music (or the movie) do the talking.

Here is a playlist and some movie options for all of you lovebirds out there.

  1. Modern English – I Melt With You
  2. Charlene Kaye – Dress and Tie (feat. Darren Criss)
  3. The Smiths – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
  4. Regina Spektor – Real Love (John Lennon Cover)
  5. Iron And Wine – Such Great Heights (The Postal Service Cover)
  6. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Maps
  7. Joni Mitchell – A Case Of You
  8. Jayme Dee - I Will Follow You Into The Dark (Death Cab For Cutie Cover)...or original
  9. Fleetwood Mac – Songbird
  10. Roberta Flack – The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
  11. Oasis – Wonderwall
  12. Adele – Make You Feel My Love (Bob Dylan Cover)

Since the theme of this post comes from a Annie Hall quote, it is only fitting to include this quirky movie in my selection of romantic films, along with the classic Sleepless in Seattle since the final, pivotal scene takes place on Valentine's Day.


Also, any Disney movie will do...


What? You don't think Disney is romantic?

I happen to think that a beast letting a girl go free after imprisoning her and her father, a prince with a bit of a foot fetish, two lonely little robots, and a prince impaling a giant sea-witch to save the mermaid he loves, are all extremely, extremely romantic.

Just kidding, I think Disney movies are really sweet Valentine's Day options (especially the two lonely little robots!). After all, Disney is what instilled in us at a young age all of those realistic ideals we have about love...oh, wait...

And last, but not least...

You totally knew that was coming so do not act surprised and/or disgusted.

If your tastes in love songs and movies are a little more "classic' then come back tomorrow on the big day itself.

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