And Now a Word from Our Audience

Time for a line cast into the LJ waves!

What is the most romantic song ever invented in life?

I don’t mean “which Carpenters song makes you gag most?” Rather, which song means love to you? What little piece of music is intimately wrapped up in your heart?

Accompanying mp3s are appreciated but not required.

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535 Responses to And Now a Word from Our Audience

  1. My vote is always for “This Must be the Place (Naive Melody)” by the Talking Heads.

  2. murnkay says:

    Tom Waits’ version of Somewhere. But specifically that version, or it doesn’t work for me.

  3. drownedinink says:

    “Lullaby” – The Cure

  4. Sara by Fleetwood Mac

  5. wurmwyd says:

    Hi there!

    It’s almost cliche by now, but I’d have to say Jeff Buckley’s cover of Hallelujah. It kicks the original’s ass.

  6. “God Only Knows” by the Beach Boys.

  7. justbeast says:

    Ok, no laughing:
    Fields of Gold – Sting
    Lady In Red
    Come What May – Moulin Rouge

    (Also, I haven’t been able to get “Red” out of my mind, I forget by whom, the one about Red Riding Hood).

  8. A-Ha- Stay On These Roads

  9. Anonymous says:

    Lover, You Should’ve Come Over by Jeff Buckley

    followed closely by

    Northern Sky by Nick Drake

  10. loch_nessie says:

    Ask Shellefly…

    Mine’s “Rainbow Connection”, as sung by Kermit the Frog

    Second would probably be Sway

  11. euphrasyne says:

    Sting–Fields of Gold

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