10 Romantic Movie Songs

Saturday, January 29 by Yvonne Glasgow

These 10 romantic movie songs are wonderful and will make anyone who listens to them fall in love all over again. Romantic songs remind us of love and romantic moments in our lives and these songs make us want to watch the movies on this list all over again.

  1. “Up Where We Belong” by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes is the love song from “An Officer and a Gentleman.” This romantic movie song is not only memorable for its lyrics, but for the wonderfully poignant and romantic film it is tied to.
  2. “In Your Eyes” by Peter Gabriel brings back memories of the scene in "Say Anything" where Lloyd is holding the boombox over his head under Diane's window, trying to win her back. “Say Anything” was a great romantic flick in the '80s.
  3. “Almost Paradise” by Eric Carmen is full of heart as far as romantic movie songs go. From “Footloose,” this song is touching.
  4.  “(I've Had) The Time of My Life” by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes exudes all the romance that "Dirty Dancing" is filled with. It starts of slow, then it gets filled with passion! 
  5. “My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion became a staple of love music. Romantic movie songs really met their match when the “Titanic” made its way to the big screen. This song makes people cry. 
  6. “Can You Feel The Love Tonight?” by Elton John found its way into the hearts of both adults and children. This wonderful romantic song was featured on “The Lion King.” 
  7. “I Don't Want to Miss a Thing” by Aerosmith tops all rock romantic movie songs. This love song was featured in “Armageddon.” Nothing brings out love more than facing certain death. 
  8. “Take My Breath Away” is a light romantic song by Berlin. It stole our hearts in “Top Gun.” 
  9. "Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers is nothing but pure romance in a song. This timeless romantic movie song made “Ghost” even more romantic than it already was
  10. “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston is definitely one of the best romantic movie songs of all time. “The Bodyguard” may not be as memorable a movie as it once was, but the love song will live forever.