A playlist to make your Valentine’s Day lovely

The right music will keep anyone in touch with their emotions on the day that celebrates love, regardless of relationship status

“The Kiss of Venus” by Paul McCartney and Dominic Fike

“Lovers Rock” by TV Girl

“Kill the Director” by The Wombats

“Alone” by Heart

“Stargazing” by The Neighborhood

“7PM” by Lilacs., and Lizzy McAlpine While relationships can be fulfilling, they can also make one feel distant and speculative.

“Sweet” by Cigarrettes After S*x Cigarettes After Sex describes a kind of love that, like the song’s mellow tone and tempo, is stripped down and raw.

“Kids Again” by Artist Vs. Poet When it lasts through many stages of life, love can have nostalgic aspects.

“Your Best Friend” by Boyish The melancholy alternative indie song by Boyish balances.

“Make Me Your Queen” by Declan McKenna Unrequited love can be bittersweet.

“Water Fountain” by Alec BenjaminWhile frustrating, seeing the one you love with someone else may be wistful.

“All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)” by Taylor Swift In the extended rerecording of this masterpiece, Swift 

“Better By Myself” by Hey Violet Leaving a toxic relationship is a liberating experience.

“Sorry” by Beyoncé Finally, for those who want to feel empowerment on Valentine's Day, delivered by none other than Beyoncé.

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