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Playlist: Celebrate Valentine's throughout the decades

Whether you love it, or you hate it, Valentine’s Day is around the corner. With the celebrations looming, the idea of love seems to be in the air. 

Love can be shown in all types of ways, not only in a romantic sense. Take some time this week to show some self-love, delve into the world of a good rom-com and take time to yourself.

Whether you prefer a more classic romantic film, such as  "Dirty Dancing," or you prefer a more modern take on love with "To All the Boys I Loved Before," this playlist covers it all.

Listen in to travel back in time through the decades of love songs. 

“My Funny Valentine - Remastered” — Frank Sinatra (1954)

“At Last” — Etta James (1960)

“My Girl” — The Temptations (1965) 

“You Send Me” — Aretha Franklin (1968)

“How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” — James Taylor (1976)

“Angeleyes” — ABBA (1979)

“You Make My Dreams (Come True)” — Daryl Hall and John Oates (1980)

“Just the Two of Us (feat. Bill Withers)” — Grover Washington, Jr., Bill Withers (1985)

“Hungry Eyes - From 'Dirty Dancing' Soundtrack” — Eric Carmen (1987)

“Friday I’m in Love” — The Cure (1992)

“Iris” — The Goo Goo Dolls (1998)

“Baby I’m Yours” — Arctic Monkeys (2006)

“Always Forever” — Cults (2013)

“High Tops (Stripped)” — Del Water Gap (2017)

“Lover” — Taylor Swift (2019)


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