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Top 10: Valentine’s Day songs

:image from Getty Images, illustrated by Shreya Rallabandi
POV: Listening to “Kiss Me Thru The Phone” by Soulja Boy this Feb. 14.
  1. “Romeo and Juliet” by Dire Straits

Maybe all high school relationships are destined to end.

  1. “All Girls Are The Same” by Juice WRLD

My editor wanted this here because he sings this song while crying in the shower. While it’s an objectively bad song, here’s a little reminder that it exists. That being said, I definitely understand if these are the words you need to hear on Feb. 14.

  1. “ARE WE STILL FRIENDS?” by Tyler, The Creator

Yes!! Spend your Valentine’s Day questioning that situationship!

  1. “this way!” by shakes and Reesh

It may not be about love, but it’s definitely made with love <3. She luvs Shakes, I guess?

  1. “Love You Like A Love Song” by Selena Gomez & The Scene

If you remember watching clips of this music video on Disney Channel — and thinking, “what the heck is this?” — you’ll understand why this song made this list.

  1. “Cotton Eye Joe – Line Dance Remix” by Rednex

Yes, the lyrics themselves may not speak to love, but the melody, bass and feverous dance in accompaniment — now that is where the lust of the track lies.

  1. “White Girl” by Shy Glizzy

I know half of y’all relate to this one.

  1. “Kiss Me Thru The Phone” by Soulja Boy and Sammie

To all the long distance couples, this song is for you. A timeless classic, this love song is the definition of putting your heart on the line.

  1. “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)” by Luke Bryan

Face it: Nothing spells out love like a little bit of honky tonk. Especially some good old booty shakin’ honky tonk. 

  1. “Green Eyes” by Coldplay

This is my shameless Coldplay plug. Aside from this song being one of the best ever, it’s for those who are pining to let someone know how they feel but just can’t. So instead, take a steaming hot bath in the not-so-steamy words of Chris Martin and wallow in your misery. I’m sure you won’t be the only one.

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