Best Long Distance Relationship Songs 2010
The best long distance relationship songs of 2010 are those songs you turn to in lieu of failing to have your lover/companion/casual sex partner right in front of you for touching purposes. These songs fill the void somewhat, but only in that they symbolically remind you of your relationship with your lover/companion/sex partner and cause you to long for them all the more.
- "Teenage Dream" The lovely and talented Katy Perry (who is a gift to the world, for sure) features "Teenage Dream" on her latest 2010 album and it makes this list of the best long distance relationship songs of 2010. It belongs at number one because it features, first and foremost, Perry's soulful and wide vocal range that makes listening to this modern day masterpiece quite a treat—even if you are no fan of teeny bopper/overly sexualized pop music. Perry has gone on record as feeling pure in the moment of writing this song (since she's so skilled that not only does she sing songs for a tween audience, she on occasion also writes her own lyrics) and you, too, will feel very pure after you have listened to this song and let it get inside of you.
- "Rude Boy" The second-best long distance relationship song of 2010 has to go to that blessed and beautiful survivor of domestic violence, Rihanna. "Rude Boy" is a common term for delinquents in Jamaica, but Rihanna's use of it is a more proper and noble use since it references those timeless human behaviors of both sex and teasing. Just listening to this song will easily make you desire all those times in the near future when you can hopefully tease your lover/companion/casual sex partner into some sex and teasing.
- "OMG" Usher's "OMG" proudly takes up the final spot on this list of the best long distance relationship songs in 2010 just because it features the much vaunted and widely praised recording technique called auto-tune. In addition, it has a groovy beat and vibe that is based upon a dance and club theme. The song may not win any merits for being intelligent—it is about meeting some women in some club (very casual and mundane at best)—yet it is still a fun-to-listen-to pop song that is of a mid-tempo song structure.