Valentine’s Day Playlist

Valentine’s Day brings out many different emotions for all of us. From feelings of pure hatred to love and lust, this playlist will have something for you.

Angsty

If you recently had a bad breakup or if February 14th brings you bad vibes, here are 7 songs for your emo 8th grade self…

  1. Fuck you, Cee Lo Green

  2. We are never getting back together, Taylor Swift

  3. Potential breakup song, Aly and AJ Michalka

  4. Ridin solo, Jason Derulo

  5. Don’t, Ed Sheeran

  6. Rumour has it, Adele

  7. Love the way you lie, Eminem and Rihanna

Romantic

Whether you’re in a relationship, (or just wish you were), here are 8 songs about relationships you’ll never be able to beat.

  1. Perfect duet, Ed Sheeran and Beyonce

  2. Love on the weekend, John Mayer

  3. Every breath you take, The Police

  4. You and me, Dave Matthews

  5. Music to my eyes, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

  6. Whatever it is, Zac Brown Band

  7. She will be loved,Maroon 5

  8. Tenerife sea, Ed Sheeran

Classics

These songs are the epitome of Valentine’s Day classics. Never sleep on the originals that you grew up listening to.

  1. All you need is love, The Beatles

  2. Don't go breaking my heart, Elton John with Kiki Dee

  3. Beyond the Sea, Bobby Darrin

  4. L.O.V.E., Frank Sinatra

All the feels

Looking for songs to get you in ~the mood~? Here are some songs about two things that can often go hand-in-hand:sex and jealousy.

  1. Wild love, James Bay

  2. I’m on fire, Bruce Springsteen

  3. How i want ya, Hudson Thames

  4. Jessie’s girl, Rick Springfield

  5. Stacy's Mom, Fountains of Wayne

  6. Let’s stay together, Al Green

  7. Sexual healing, Marvin Gaye

  8. Me & u, Cassie

  9. The morning, The Weeknd

Broken-hearted

We always love a good cathartic experience—especially on Valentine’s Day. Here are some breakup songs that are guaranteed to make you cry.

  1. Picture, Kid Rock ft. Sheryl Crow

  2. Wish you were here, Pink Floyd

  3. Memory motel, The Rolling Stones

  4. Always remember us this way, Lady Gaga

  5. How will I know, Sam Smith

  6. Stay, Rihanna ft. Mikky Ekko

  7. All of Stars, Ed Sheeran

  8. Slow dancing in a burning room, John Mayer

  9. Pictures of you, The Cure

  10. Are you lonesome tonight?, Elvis Presley

Pop Bops

And last but not least, some of the best pop “bops” you are certain to hear on the radio this February.

  1. Somebody to love, Justin Bieber

  2. Boyfriend, Justin Bieber

  3. Same love, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

  4. As long as you love me, Justin Bieber

  5. Marry you, Bruno Mars

  6. Accidentally in love, Counting Crows

  7. Your song, Elton John

  8. Higher love, Steve Winwood

  9. Lean on me, Bill Withers