If food is the key to a man’s heart, then music is the key to a woman’s. That is why we are counting down the Top 5: Manly Love Songs. There is a plethora of large scale, gamut of garbage when it comes to love songs. Big Al and I dove into the waters of Whitney Houston (RIP) to dig up some the greatest Valentine’s Day songs. Some of these are jams, but I forewarn that we have made a corresponding list of testicularly tranquil (T-Pain for short) list lacking any balls at all.
This way, when you are going through an anniversary or even next year’s Valentine’s Day you will be armed with the do(s) and don’t(s) when it comes to music. You may wonder how we approached this list compared to others. This time we shot straight from experience. With the crap list, it is hard to set the mood with the lady when she catches you shoving earwig bugs from Star Trek’s Wrath of Kahn movie down your ear canal to stop listening to the audible abomination that is playing through her speakers. You will have the ability to take command of the iPod and line up a powerhouse playlist that will make any day of romance… the right day. Now, there are some personal favorites on the list, particularly our #1 on the greatest Love songs list. Meatloaf is acceptable in all situation, and he has the power to cap off one epic night at the bar with this jam. Enjoy.
Manly Love Songs T-Pain/ Unmanly Love Songs
I Would Do Anything For Love- Meatloaf My Heart Will Go On- Celine Dion
Can You Feel the Love Tonight- Elton John Every Rose has Its Thorn- Poison
Kiss by a Rose- Seal Secret Garden- Bruce Springsteen
Hold My Hand- Hootie and the Blowfish Hey There Delilah- Plain White Tees
Power of Love- Huey Lewis and the News Forever in Love- Kenny G
Honorable Mentions Honorable Mentions
Why Don’t We Get Drunk- Jimmy Buffet When a Man Loves a Woman- Michael Bolton
Higher Love- Steve Winwood To Be With You- Extreme
In Your Eyes- Peter Gabriel She’s Everything- Brad Paisley
Crazy Little Thing Called Love- Queen
Get Into My Car-Billy Ocean