Some of music's 10 best love songs of the 90's are still favorites today. From Celine Dion to Whitney Houston, the radio airwaves were and still are filled with the most romantic music and lyrics known to date. The lyrics melt the heart and can make a night filled with passion.
- "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" Performed by Elton John, this classic 1990's love song is from the "Disney" movie "The Lion King". The single hit the airwaves in 1994 and reached number four on the Billboard charts. While known for the movie, the song became an instant hit within many cultures as It included African vocals.
- "Don't Speak" Performed by rock group No Doubt, this single was released in 1996 with the group's lead singer Gwen Stefani singing about her recent break up with co-band member Tony Kanal. While the lyrics are of a break up, it is still one of the best love songs of the 1990's. It was the third single from the band's second album.
- "Everything I Do" Performed by Canadian rocker Bryan Adams, this song is known as a power ballad and was an instant hit when it debuted in 1991. The single was first heard during the "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" movie. The single spent seven weeks at number one on the Billboard charts.
- "From This Moment" Performed by Canadian country music megastar Shania Twain, this 1997 single was the fourth released from her "Come On Over" album. It was also one of the most played songs at weddings across the country. It is one of the best love songs of the 1990's. It was Twain's second biggest hits in her career.
- "How Do I Live" Performed by two country music singers, Trisha Yearwood and LeeAnn Rimes, this is absolutely one of the best love songs of the 1990's. Released in 1997, by both singers, Yearwood's version was heard on the big screen for the movie "Con Air." Rimes' version had more of a pop tempo to it and her version remained on Billboard's Top 100 for 60 weeks.
- "I Will Remember" This song was co-written and performed by Sarah McLachlan in 1995 and is from the movie soundtrack "The Brothers McMullen." The song became a hit in 1999, when McLachlan released a live version. The may only have three verses but it known as one of the best love songs of the 1990's.
- "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" Performed by two music genres and performers, country music star Mark Chestnutt and rock band Aerosmith, the song was a hot on both the Billboard and Country Billboard charts. The song was on the soundtrack for the movie "Armageddon" in 1998. While both versions are classic love songs, Aerosmith's version was better received in the music world.
- "I Do (Cherish You). Another love song in the 1990's performed by two music groups from different genres. Both country music singer Mark Wills and pop group 98 Degrees released this song in 1998. Either version can be considered one of the best love songs of the 1990's and it definitely is a high requested song for weddings.
- "I Will Always Love You" Originally released by country superstar Dolly Parton in 1973, the song made a huge comeback in 1992 when performed by Whitney Houston. Houston's version was the hit single from the soundtrack "The Bodyguard" and it became one of the biggest selling hit singles of all time. It is one of the best love songs of the 1990's.
- "Because You Loved Me" Was the first single released from Canadian singer Celine Dion's "Falling Into You" album and was the love song from the movie "Titanic." Most people view the song as a love song but it was actually written by music lyricist Diane Warren for her father's encouragement. It is the ultimate love song of the 1990's.
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