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20 Love Songs for Your Weekend Playlist

20 Love Songs for Your Weekend Playlist

Valentine’s Day is swiftly approaching and hether you’ll be taking a weekend trip with your boo or keeping it simple with a date night in next week, there’s nothing better to set the mood than a playlist with just the right love song. We put together a list of of our faves with a mix of throwbacks and a few current hits to get your night started right. And we made sure we had you covered with songs for ladies celebrating with the husband, the new boo, and the situations in between. Here are twenty songs you can add to your queue to set the mood for a night of love.

For those Looking for Love

If I Ever Fall In Love – Shai

I’m Going Down – Mary J Blige

Real Love – Mary J Blige

Get Involved – Raphael Saadiq

Don’t Let Go (Love) – En Vogue

For the New Boo 

So Into You – Tamia

All My Life – K-Ci & JoJo

I’m Your Baby Tonight – Whitney Houston

Get Me Home – Foxy Brown ft Blackstreet

You’ve Got Me – Erykah Badu ft the Roots and Eve

For the Old Flame that’s the New Flame

Together Again – Janet Jackson

How’s It Going Down – DMX

If I Ain’t Got You – Alicia Keys

Always Be My Baby – Mariah Carey

Before You Walk Out My Life – Monica

For the Soul Mates

All Night – Beyonce

I’ll Make Love to You – Boyz II Men

We Belong Together – Mariah Carey

No Ordinary Love – Sade

Let’s Get Married – Jagged Edge

What love songs do you have on your Valentine’s Day playlist? Let us know!


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