Love songs with Romance for Valentine’s Day – Part 2

Songs about Love is the eternal theme. How to show your love to others. It is the ideal way to sing a song or make a music card with a song with love.

Here are some songs about love with romance, you will like them, especial for the Valentine’s Day

Every song you can find from iTunes Store to buy get a whole M4P song, you can also use the iTunes Music Converter to convert the M4P songs to MP3, and send them with your lover as you like.

1bleeding“Bleeding Love” – Leona Lewis Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for four weeks (2008)

Ryan Tedder and Jesse McCartney wrote the song, inspired by the latter’s long-distance romance with his girlfriend. McCartney wanted the song for himself but his label was unenthusiastic so it went to the winner of the third season of “The X Factor” in the U.K.

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2mylove“My Love” – Paul McCartney and Wings Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for four weeks (1973)

McCartney wrote “My Love” about one of the members of his post-Beatles band, Wings. The inspiration for the sentimental ballad was Scarsdale, N.Y.-born Linda Louise Eastman, a professional photographer before she married McCartney on March 12, 1969.

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3because“Because You Loved Me” – Celine Dion Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for six weeks (1996)

After viewing the film “Up Close and Personal,” Diane Warren met with director Jon Avnet to talk about her vision of the song she was to compose for his movie. The next morning in her office, she recalls, “The chorus lyrically and musically wrote itself.”

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4crazy“Crazy Little Thing Called Love” – Queen Hot 100: No. 1 for four weeks (1980)

Freddie Mercury wrote the song while languishing in his bath at the Munich Hilton. He leapt from the tub and ran to his guitar and piano to lay down the melody. His label was reluctant to release the song in the U.S. but radio stations played the imported U.K. single anyway, forcing an American release.

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5toknowhim“To Know Him Is to Love Him” – The Teddy Bears Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for three weeks (1958)

Phil Spector was inspired to write the song by a photograph of his father’s tombstone at Beth David Cemetery in New York. The inscription read: “To Know Him Was to Love Him.”

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6loveblue“Love Is Blue” – Paul Mauriat Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for five weeks (1968)

Five years after he co-wrote Peggy March’s No. 1 hit “I Will Follow Him,” Mauriat was back on top of the Hot 100 with an instrumental cover of “L’Amor Est Bleu,” Luxembourg’s entry in the 1967 Eurovision Song Contest. Vicki Leandros performed the song, which placed fourth in the annual songfest.

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8women“Woman in Love” – Barbra Streisand Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for three weeks (1980)

Barry and Robin Gibb wrote the song for Streisand but the former told Billboard he gives the artist most of the credit. “At least 80 per cent of the success of the record belongs to her.”

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9love“Love Takes Time” – Mariah Carey Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for three weeks (1990)

Her first album was being mastered when Carey played a demo of this song for label president Don Ienner aboard a plane. Carey was told the song was a “career-maker” and despite her protests, the presses were stopped and the song was added to her debut release.

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9itmust“It Must Have Been Love” – Roxette Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for two weeks (1990)

Originally recorded as a Christmas song in Sweden in 1987, this track was revised by Per Gessle when he was asked to update it for the “Pretty Woman” soundtrack. “I heard the director really loved the song,” says Gessle. “I also heard he re-edited the movie to get it in there.”

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Vision of Love“Vision of Love” – Mariah Carey Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for four weeks (1990)

Right after she was signed to Columbia, Carey wrote her debut single with Ben Margulies. She described the composition as being not so much a love song as a celebration of her life at the time.

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Part 2 How to play purchased songs on MP3 player

After you purchased these songs, you can play them on MP3 player without limitations.

  1. Free download and install the iTunes Converter on your PC, run it.

If you are a Mac user, please download the iTunes Converter for Mac version.


  1. Click the Add button to add the audio files to convert.


  1. Click Setting button to set the output format and output path before the conversion as your need.


  1. Click the Convert button to start converting.



Now when it finished the conversion, you can play the unprotected MP3 music songs wherever as you like.




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