Top Five Acoustic Guitar Songs for Your Valentine

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Whether you are looking for love, falling in love or celebrating a love that has lasted for a long time, there is nothing that expresses it quite like putting music to the words in your heart by learning some new acoustic guitar songs. To help you in your quest for the perfect Valentine’s Day song, we have put together a list of our favorite acoustic guitar songs that celebrate love. Hopefully one of these songs is the perfect one for you and your Valentine.

Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillet: Lucky

American born singer and songwriter Jason Mraz was raised in Mechanicsville, Virginia. Mraz is another artist who rose to fame through Facebook, and who has captured the hearts of Americans with his simple tunes with their soulful lyrics. His song “Lucky” a duet with Colbie Caillet, is a love song as pure and deep as true love and puts a tune to the knowledge that even distance can’t every truly separate soul mates. This top acoustic guitar song is perfect for Valentine’s Day, especially if sung with one’s significant other.

Plain White T’s: Hey There Delilah

Formed in 1997 by a group of high school Friends, Plain White T’s is an American pop rock band from Lombard Illinois who got their starts in the Chicago underground music scene. “Hey There Delilah” was released on their 2005 Album “All That We Needed” and charted extremely high in many countries. The simplicity of “Hey There Delilah” is its charm; a simple story of a boy and girl in love who are separated by distance, but who still have hope in their hearts.

KISS: Beth

Known for their head-banging music and their crazy makeup, the Rock Band KISS is not a group that you would think of when considering acoustic guitar songs about love. But their hit single “Beth” released in their 1976 album “Destroyer” is to date the highest charting single of the group’s impressive repertoire. Written by the Drummer Peter Criss and played on Acoustic Guitar, “Beth” is a plaintive love song for Criss’s wife (actually a combination of Criss’s wife and Brand’s wife) and expresses the yearning he feels for her even when his job keeps him away.

Chase Coy: If the Moon Fell Down Tonight

American-born musician, songwriter, and producer Chase Coy has made his name, of all places on Facebook. This homegrown guitarist whose fame has spread through a grass-roots social networking service has a clarity and perception that escape many of today’s musicians. The song “If the Moon Fell Down Tonight” reflects a sweetness and innocence that can only be found in first love and touches the heart like few songs I have ever heard.

Jason Mraz: I’m Yours

American singer and songwriter Jason Mraz needs no introduction. “I’m Yours” was released on his 2008 Album “We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.” “I’m Yours” peaked at number 6 on Billboard’s Hot 100 list and was Mraz’s first top 10 single. “I’m Yours” is a jazzy, happy, upbeat love song that surrenders to the power of love while putting a grin on your face and a smile in your heart.

Bernadette Cooper

Bernadette Cooper, Is an American recording artist, producer, composer, musician, entertainer and the original creator and founder of the Pop/R&B all-girl band ‘KLYMAXX‘. In a career spanning almost 36 years she remains relevant. Being the maverick that she is, Cooper sets out at an early age to conquer her dream of an all-girl band.
Bernadette Cooper the founder of Klymaxx, created the group that made history as the first all-female R&B, funk and pop band in which every female member played an instrument. Klymaxx collectively holds the distinction as being the ONLY all-female R&B/Pop band to go Platinum to this day.
Describing herself as a Diseuse. A Diseuse is a female entertainer who performs dramatic monologues. Bernadette has made this a popular art form in the Pop/ R&B world. Like Madonna, she can be sexy and funny at the same time. Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, at the age of 12, She taught herself how to play the drums and began playing the drums in church.

Happy Valentine’s Day!


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