(My) List of the 40 Most Sensuous Love Songs of All Time

Beth is a professional writer and columnist from Tennessee. She loves writing about music .

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From time to meter, most music listeners have bought a collection album. I have purchased a few of these myself, in a diverseness of genres. These are typically labeled with titles such as “ The Best, ” “ Most Loved, ” “ The Greatest, ” and indeed forth. unfortunately, I have however to find a good collection of sensuous love songs. The collections of love story or love songs I ‘ve come across are padded with a set of botch and bubblegum, and while such songs may technically be called sleep together songs, they fall seriously light in the sensuousness department. so I have compiled my own list here of those songs I feel deserve to be in such a collection. And who knows ? possibly someday Time-Life Music or some other great defender of the musical archives will put these on a substantial album or candle to offer to the public. We can always hope, ca n’t we ?

*Note – the follow titles are all songs with lyrics, as opposed to instrumentals. I have besides omitted any strictly authoritative numbers. As there are a number of evocatively amatory instrumental and classical music numbers around, I hope to present similar ( and separate ) lists for these sometime in the future .From the music video for "Strawberry Wine" by Deana Carter From the music video for “ Strawberry Wine ” by Deana Carter

40. “Strawberry Wine” –Deana Carter

This sentimental number recalls the throes of first love with a unaccented but haunting tune that stays with you long after the song is through .

39. “You Are So Beautiful” —Ray Charles

Whenever I hear this song, it reminds me of the deck of love ‘s vision, with its might to wipe away our delusions of what is attractive and open our eyes to deep and inside beauty. An eloquent declaration hera, recorded by many artists, but I feel ray Charles did it best .

38. “I’m On Fire” —Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen is not a name I by and large associate with quixotic music, but his “ I ‘m On Fire ” is an exception. This song is an absolute scorcher, about mesmerizing with its low-key tune and lustful message .

37. “The Last Farewell” —Roger Whittaker

The lyrics of this beautiful ballad may be of a patriotic nature, yet it charms listeners by its underlie romantic connotations. In fact, these lyrics are much like dialogue one might find from the champion of a big Romance novel. Add to these charming lyrics the ecstatic tune, and we have one uniquely beautiful birdcall !The late composer-singer, Jim Croce The former composer-singer, Jim Croce

36. “Time In A Bottle” —Jim Croce

This song speak of how we can easily let inconsequential things in life sentence distract us from spend time with those who mean the most. The truism of the message combines with one of the most enchant melodies ever composed. For these reasons, “ time In A Bottle ” besides deserves a placement on practically any list of Greatest Pieces of Music Ever Written .

35. “Speak Softly Love” (theme from The Godfather) —Sergio Franchi

This sung is most normally performed as an implemental. But while the tune is rich and authoritative in quality, the lyrics impart the most sensuous facet. And Franchi ‘s interpretation is by far my favorite .

34. “Lay Lady Lay” —Bob Dylan

Like Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan is not a performer I normally associate with love affair. In fact, I ‘m not a fan of most of Dylan ‘s music, and “ Lay Lady Lay ” is one of the few exceptions. The sung ‘s offer lyrics are about an exert in pillow lecture, and Dylan performs it ( at least in the original recordings ) with uncharacteristic kernel .Foreigner foreigner

33. “I Want To Know What Love Is” —Foreigner

Arena rock band Foreigner addressed the hanker for fledged and last love with this hit. And the heavily romanticist overtures make for a arrant familiarity song deoxyadenosine monophosphate well .

32. “Layla” —Derek & The Dominos (Eric Clapton)

Along with Lynyrd Skynyrd ‘s “ release Bird ” and Led Zeppelin ‘s “ Stairway to Heaven, ” this song stands arguably as one of the three greatest rock anthems of all time. First recorded by Eric Clapton ‘s early band, Derek & the Dominos, this earnest message of consuming desire besides holds its own as a classical among rock ‘n’ roll love songs. And despite the wimpish acoustic adaptation Clapton belated recorded, the original dismissal remains ecstatically epic !

31. “Something” —The Beatles

Some music lovers argue that this George Harrison musical composition was written for the same woman that inspired Clapton ‘s Layla ( Harrison ‘s first gear wife, Patty Boyd – who subsequently took up with Clapton ). Whether or not, “ Something ” is a closely perfect song. Rich in writing and lyrically endearing, it is one of those evocative songs that is -perhaps ironically- as popular as a wedding birdcall as it is for the boudoir .Andy Williams Andy Williams

30. “L’amour est bleu (Love Is Blue)” —Andy Williams

Composed by André Popp ; lyrics by Pierre Cour. This birdcall, known alone by some modern listeners in its lushly melodic implemental adaptation, was written with lyrics – and what words of pining love they are ! Although the birdcall has been recorded by many artists, Andy Williams gets my vote up for best rendition.

29. “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes” —The Platters

The pang of beloved lost has never been expressed with such beguiling smoothness as this hit from The Platters. so alluring, you well forget it is a song about betrayal .

28. “You Shook Me All Night Long” —AC/DC

From one of my very darling bands, “ You Shook Me All Night Long ” fondly recalls a night of arrant carnal pleasure with a appropriately sexy tempo. This is a great number to rock out on, an even better one for kindling the flames of rage to a searing level .Dean Martin Dean Martin

27. “Return To Me” —Dean Martin

We do n’t have adequate songs that are both a dear apology and a testament to devotion. This song captures both sentiments, and Dean Martin ‘s suave crooner ‘s voice makes it saturated adam !

26. “I Am The Forest” —Willie Nelson

With this birdcall from the album, Tougher Than Leather, Willie Nelson ‘s song blows me away with not barely the enchanting melody, but lyrics that champion the impression in true love surviving through many lifetimes. For the romantic at heart, a true achiever here .

25. “I Will Find You” —Clannad

This Clannad score was used in the movie, The end of the Mohicans, and rightfully so as the theme is one of love that survives even the greatest of challenges. The orchestration in this one is magic to the ears, and the earnest vocals equally spellbinding !

24. “No One Like You” —The Scorpions

The lushly sensuous lyrics and big tune make this rock ‘n’ roll hit one of the hottest love songs ever. The perfect track for an cozy moment – specially if that moment has been simmering good and long !Bon Jovi Bon Jovi

23. “Always” —Bon Jovi

This Bon Jovi hit with a captivating melody gives a nod to those classical views of everlasting love. enchant sung !

22. “Annie’s Song” —John Denver

John Denver compares his feelings for his beloved with nature ‘s gifts and beauties with this love song. It is one of the prettiest songs I know of ; it evokes a tapestry of pastoral images, and the clear depth of Denver ‘s sincerity is rare gold .

21. “Annabel Lee” —Stevie Nicks

Stevie Nicks adapted Edgar Allen Poe ‘s “ Annabel Lee ” for inclusion body on her 2011 album, In Your Dreams. With its lightly gothic season and Nicks ‘ sultry voice, the consequence is an heady treat for the senses .

20. “All My Love” —Led Zeppelin

This Led Zeppelin track is a lyric statement of devotion, with a solid composition that gives one of the most attractive sounds the ring ever produced .Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart

19. “Crazy On You” —Heart

With “ Crazy On You, ” singers/songwriters Ann and Nancy Wilson shared a lover ‘s plea to the object of their hope. Stylized by the Wilsons ‘ unique rock season, the song showcases their enchantress skills and their about decadent womanly energy .

18. “Storybook Love” (theme from The Princess Bride) —Willy DeVille

Fans of the movie, The Princess Bride know this as the love sung at the film ‘s goal. Composed and sang by the late guitar virtuoso Willy DeVille, it was performed and besides recorded individually from the film soundtrack ; and is precisely adenine knock-down with or without a wide orchestra accompaniment. The song lyrics are beautiful, about haunt, with a pounding cycle that builds slowly to a ecstatic consummation – much like making love, for which this song is ideally suited .

17. “Sadeness (Part I)” —Enigma

This reach by the german New-Age band Enigma showcases the band ‘s ace skill at combining modern music with antiquate overtures. The composition mingles gregorian chants with a Middle-Eastern relish, and the lyrics are expressed in both Latin and French. These lyrics go where few songs have dared – to question the ill-famed Marquis deSade about his sexual appetite. This consciously taboo message and the alien music are pure enchantment !

16. “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)” —The Beatles

With this love sung, the Beatles delved into the genre of heavy metal, and they did thus with hypnotize style. With its wickedly lethargic beat and compendious lyrics, the tune washes away the hearer ‘s inhibitions and thrills the senses .

15. “Faithfully” —Journey

This much-loved Journey ballad speaks of the marital problems faced by a musician separated from his charwoman as he travels the road. There is an undeniable gloominess to this sung, but that heartfelt pang only makes it more appreciable. And with the cover girl melody and honest lyrics, it endears itself absolutely to the hearer .Loreena McKennitt's album, The Book of Secrets Loreena McKennitt ‘s album, The Book of Secrets

14. “The Highwayman” —Loreena Mckennitt

This song in the first place appeared on Mckennitt ‘s album, The Book of Secrets, and as the album itself, soon became a worldwide front-runner. The Highwayman was adapted from Alfred Noyes ‘ ballad of the same title and tells the history of a highway robber who avenges the death of the woman he loves. It is a breathless writing, and Mckennitt ‘s dulcet voice brings the allow blend of pathos and sex to make it arsenic epic as any bang-up sexual love narrative .

13. “Because The Night” —Patti Smith

Smith co-wrote this hard-rocking love song with Bruce Springsteen. But when Springsteen met problems getting it recorded, Smith and her ring took it up, and the result was a sandbag hit. It recounts a confession of desire. Smith begins the song on a low-key sultry eminence ; one promptly swept up into a ravishing cadence. A passionate song, unabashed in its devil-may-care honesty .

12. “Ain’t No Sunshine” —Bill Withers

arsenic much as music historians may claim that “ Ai n’t No Sunshine ” is not very a beloved sung, Bill Withers certain sang it like a sleep together song. The rather sad lyrics aside, the reasoned is quintessential Withers -powerful, melodious, and oh, thus good. And in this unforgettable track, Withers ‘ personal take on the throes of unyielding love exudes through every intense word of the song .

11. “Wonderful Tonight” —Eric Clapton

In “ fantastic tonight, ” Clapton recounts a night out with the womanhood he loves. The lyrics betray the humility in acknowledging our flaws and the joy of finding that person who cares for us despite our imperfections. It captivates the hearer in the most gently erotic ways .

10. “Rainbow Eyes” —Rainbow

This birdcall, from the fabled band Rainbow, is very simply one of the most beautiful songs I have always heard. It relates a world ‘s meet with a woman of eldritch charms and of how he awakens to find her gone. It has an alluring chivalric strait, and Ronnie James Dio ‘s articulation has never been more celestial. “ rainbow Eyes ” transports the hearer to another time and place, but indeed a very quixotic time and position .

9. “Black Dog” —Led Zeppelin

This popular Led Zep birdcall is a building complex, hard-driving scorcher that focuses on a man ‘s fantasies about a woman that has caught his eye. The lyrics conjure up the most delightful of images, and the get-in-your-head tune stays with you for a hanker time .

8. “Bed of Roses” —Bon Jovi

This reach sung expresses the most romantic of sentiments. The sound is solid rock ‘n’ roll, with some attractive riffs thrown in, and Jon Bon Jovi ‘s voice is quavering honey. Mmm !The "Zoso" album, aka Led Zeppelin IV The “ Zoso ” album, aka Led Zeppelin IV

7. “Stairway To Heaven” —Led Zeppelin

Yes, this consummate rock ‘n’ roll anthem pays protection to Tolkien, nature, and all things delightfully pagan. If you ‘ve never made out while listening to it, boy, do I feel good-for-nothing for you. so play this birdcall next time you want to get your lover in the temper and see what happens. Heck, play the entire Zoso album and make a good farseeing event of it !

6. “Wicked Game” —Chris Isaak

few songs addresses the risks of falling in love like this Chris Isaak hit. It is a sung about recognizing temptation and realizing how easily we can be obsessed with person that possibly is n’t dependable for us. Yet it is a wickedly fantastic tune, and Isaak ‘s gruff, desire-laden voice makes it a romantic gloat .

5. “Miracles” —Jefferson Starship

This sensuous Jefferson Starship number redefined the boundaries of the love song. The lyrics are lavish and border on the pornographic, while the tune is complex and winds into a enchant climax. Yep, one song so sexy you may good need a cigarette once the track has played .

4. “Greensleeves” —Loreena Mckennitt

With her daring rendition, Loreena Mckennitt breathed new life into this antediluvian ballad. The Renaissance shade is even there, but Mckennit ‘s sultry voice infused the lyrics with genuine eroticism, an ardent rendition that thrills to the core .

3. “Unchained Melody” —The Righteous Brothers

many artists have recorded this exhilarating sleep together song, but the Righteous Brothers ‘ rendition is possibly the favored. It pulls the hearer below waves of rage and leaves them breathless for more .

2. “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” —Roberta Flack

This song about making sleep together with person for the first time is plainly mesmerizing. With a minimal string and piano escort, Flack ‘s spokesperson carries the slow and sensual performance. It is a song of the rarest smasher, one that manages to sharpen the desires and linger into your dreams .

1. “Nights In White Satin” —The Moody Blues

This song first appeared on the Moody Blues album, Days of Future Passed, and is known for several individual releases. Some of these were with the whole orchestration chase found on the album, while others featured more elementary accompaniment. But all releases proved very democratic, and it is plainly an inordinately evocative song for a good reason. While many theories have arisen about the demand meaning of the lyrics, listeners very do n’t care. They are beautiful, and it is enough that they remind us of how beloved can make us feel vulnerable, afraid, and happy, slaves to our passion all in the same moment. (My) List of 40 Most Sensuous Love Songs of All Time ©March 24, 2014 by Beth Perry Schneemadchen on November 22, 2018 : Thanks for the list ! I besides could add : Darren Hayes – insatiate massive Attack – Angel, Dissolved Girl from the holocene ones that are on my playlist Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on June 25, 2015 : fpherj48, thank you much and glad it brought back dependable memories ! Suzie from Carson City on June 22, 2015 : wow ! ! Yes, Beth … .awesome list. The twinges of memories were all around as I read this big hub … ..Excellent taste in music ! ..Thanks for this. UP+++ Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on May 31, 2014 : Joe, thanks for recitation and comments : ) Joe from union miami FL on May 31, 2014 : big picks here. I ‘d add a little R & B into the shuffle but calm truly big songs here. Jodeci Freakin you might be a nice choice for the list though. Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on April 15, 2014 : WiccanSage, cool : ) Mackenzie Sage Wright on April 15, 2014 : Some great songs here, others I will have to look up. Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 25, 2014 : Jodah, I am happy you like the tilt. Annie ‘s Song has been a personal favorite since I was a adolescent, and I always felt a little alone in liking it until I married my husband. On our marriage night he put on a John Denver Greatest Hits album, just for that particular birdcall. I did n’t even know he had hear of it. So it became even more particular to me that night : ) Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 25, 2014 : CrisSp, be my guest. I checked out your Jukebox Page – identical nice ! Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 25, 2014 : Hey Randy. No, I understand. I love banana nut muffins, but if I had to bake them every sidereal day I think the like would happen ! Thanks much for dropping in and interpretation ! John Hansen from Gondwana Land on March 25, 2014 : Great list Beth. There are a batch more that could have been listed but you could n’t include them all. Glad you found a identify for “ Annie ‘s Song ” by John Denver. Beautiful. CrisSp from Sky Is The Limit Adventure on March 24, 2014 : This is big ! I could decidedly use some of these songs on my JukeBox Page hypertext transfer protocol : //www.facebook.com/JukeBoxSounds and I hope you do n’t mind. Thank you for sharing. I love it ! Randy Godwin from Southern Georgia on March 24, 2014 : Love all of the songs on your number but one, Beth. During my years playing R & R and R & B I played ‘Wonderful Tonight ‘ therefore many times I finally began to hate it. I do n’t know what it was, but some songs have that effect on me more than others. Do ya think it ‘s fair me ? : phosphorus Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 24, 2014 : Oh Alastar … I must admit you have me curious. But indeed, some things are cipher ‘s business but our own ! Thanks much for dropping by to read : ) Alastar Packer from North Carolina on March 24, 2014 : My gosh but do you have an amazing list of love songs here. Ah, the memories – specially number 33, the reason for it being special shall remain swallow, however ! Some things in life sentence one has to keep close to the vest you know : ) lol. Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 24, 2014 : Hi raymondphillippe. I like Marvin ‘s music very much, but none of his songs truly put me “ in the mood ” like the others. But gosh, what a bent of song chords that man had ! Thanks for dropping by to read and leaving a gossip : ) Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 24, 2014 : akhildev143, thanks for the comment. And you are welcome : ) Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 24, 2014 : WillStarr, yeah..I love it but I get therefore weepy listening to that one. It is hard to feel sensuous when you ‘re boo-hooing, lol. I besides go to tears listening to most crimson Sovine songs. Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 24, 2014 : Hackslap, I like your taste in bands. And thanks for the mentions on the songs ; even if they did n’t make my tilt : ) Raymond Philippe from The Netherlands on March 24, 2014 : Oops. You forgot several Marvin Gaye songs ; – ). decent list of songs btw. Akhil Dev from India on March 24, 2014 : fantastic list.. truly.. I only knew stairway and sleep together of roses from the top 10 but others are amazing besides … thank you for suggesting some dependable music to listen to.. WillStarr from Phoenix, Arizona on March 24, 2014 : And it ‘s actually not all that sensuous either. I stand corrected. Harry from Sydney, Australia on March 24, 2014 : Its an perplex list – I ‘m a huge fan of AC/DC, Enigma, Foreigner and of class Bon Jovi ! .. if I had to make a hypnotism though ..what about the Peabo Bryson/Roberta Flack song.. ” Tonight, I Celebrate my Love, For You ” ..and Patti LaBelle ‘s “ If you Asked me To ” Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 24, 2014 : Hey Will. That is actually one of my favorite songs of all meter ( though I prefer Dolly Parton ‘s original ). But it did n’t make my list for one reason : it sometimes leaves me sad : ( But indeed, a antic song. Thanks for dropping in ! WillStarr from Phoenix, Arizona on March 24, 2014 : great list but I ‘d like to squeeze in one more : “ I Will Always Love You ” – Whitney Houston ( Or did I miss it ? ) Beth Perry (author) from Tennesee on March 24, 2014 :

Thank you Christin ! It is dainty to know others that have eclectic tastes in music : ) Christin Sander from Midwest on March 24, 2014 : amazing tilt ! You have the whole rate of styles and a fortune of my favorites listed. Enigma has a lot of lustful songs that are wholly mesmerizing. I absolutely adore Lay Lady Lay – one of Dylan ‘s best songs. Springsteen ‘s I ‘m on Fire – decidedly hot and soulful. Wow -great list all around I could go on and on : )

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