10 Love Songs From The 90's
The 10 love songs from the 90's were commercially and critically successful. Multiple songs on the list won both Grammy and Oscar Awards. They were so popular that you probably remember the lyrics to some of the songs. Surprisingly, a lot of the 10 love songs from the 90's come from movie soundtracks, which helped spur them into popularity.
- "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" by Elton John. It's one of the 10 love songs from the 90's that won a Grammy, and Oscar. The song was in the animated movie "The Lion King" and was featured when Simba fell in love with Nala. In 1994 the love song was so popular it was the most played on radio and TV.
- "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" by Aerosmith. The love song from the 90's was featured in the movie "Armageddon." It was Aerosmith's first #1 song, and is about wanting to spend time with a loved one. Even thought Aerosmith performs the song, it was written by Diane Warren.
- "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston. Houston made the 90's love song popular again when it was featured in her movie "The Bodyguard." The song was written and recorded by country singer Dolly Parton in 1974, and Houston put a soulful R&B spin on the love song. It was a #1 hit for Houston, and stayed at the top for 14 weeks.
- "I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" by Meatloaf. Released on the 1993 album "Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell," the 90's love song was a #1 hit. The album version is 12 minutes long, but got cut in half for radio play. Meatloaf won a Best Rock Solo Performance Grammy for the song in 1994.
- "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion. One of the 10 love songs from the 90's was released on the "Titanic Soundtrack" in 1997. It turned into the biggest selling single of 1998. The soft and delicate love song won an Oscar and four Grammys, making it a commercial and critical success.
- "All My Life" by K-Ci & Jojo. The lyrics are about finally finding that perfect person to complete you. It is a great song to play for a new love that can express how you feel. The love song from the 90's was so popular that the duo featured it on their "Greatest Hits" album.
- "Kiss from a Rose" by Seal. The 90's love song was originally released on Seal's second album, but was re-released in 1994 on the "Batman Forever" soundtrack. The Grammy winning song is a soft, sweet love ballad that's still widely known as one of Seal's best songs. The sweet 90's love song went #1 on the Billboard chart.
- "This Kiss" by Faith Hill. Released in 1998, it was the first single Faith Hill mixed the pop and country sound together. It was a huge crossover success, and sprung Hill into the mainstream charts. The 90's love song was also released on the "Practical Magic" soundtrack.
- "Don't Speak" performed by No Doubt. One of the 10 love songs from the 90's is from the 1995 album "Tragic Kingdom." It was only released as a single in the UK, and went #1 on the charts. The lyrics are about two people in love that cannot make the relationship work. The song is about singer Gwen Stefani's relationship with bassist Tony Kanal.
- "You Were Meant for Me" by Jewel. The 90's love song was the second single released on the 1995 album "Pieces of You." In 1996 the country/folk love tune became the most played song on US radio. It is an emotional song that sounds great with electric, or acoustic guitar.