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With Valentine's Day here, let's grab a ton (in no particular order) of our favourite love lorn ditties that you can play to your sweetheart.
"And if a double decker bus / Crashes into us / To die by your side / Is such a heavenly way to die." The most unlikely romantic sentiment ever.
"I, I will be king / And you, you will be queen / Though nothing will drive them away / We can beat them - just for one day" Bowie's most inspirational, anthemic lyric.
"Take my hand baby I'm your man / I got love maybe enough for two." Ten storeys! He's that into you!
"Let me be the one / that shines with you." An epic love song from the Gallaghers
"Are you gonna be the one that saves me?" Noel's absolute classic of a lyric.
"Well you and I collapsed in love..." They've made it to the end... of what, though?
The Modfather comes over all peculiar.
"I think it's time for me and you to take over the world," says Liam Fray. And who are we to argue?
"You go all red like the first time – I love it when you do that / God, I love it when you do that."
“Cradle me, I’ll cradle you / I’ll win your heart with a woop-a-woo!” God, we’ll miss these guys.
"However far away, I will always love you." Robert Smith wrote this for his wife's wedding present. 'Nuff said.
"Do I wanna know / If this feeling flows both ways? / Sad to see you go / Was sort of hoping that you'd stay." Curious chat from Alex Turner.
“If I just lay here, would you lie with me and just forget the world?” Wistful romance from Gary Lightbody.
"Yes, there's love if you want it / Don't sound like no sonnet, my lord." Ashcroft breaks our hearts again. The bastard.
"She's a little pirate in my mind / Singing songs of love to pass the time." A surprisingly sweet moment from Liam.
One for the wedding, obviously. "And it's hard to hold a candle in the cold November rain."
“You and me / Always / And forever.” A great tune for when you're at the top of your game.
"Can you read my mind?" Yes, try and work out what they're thinking...
Because everybody loves a happy ending. A delicate song from the classic Low album: "Please be mine / Share my life / Stay with me / Be my wife."
"I'm running away with you / That's all I ever do." One of Pete's more tender moments.
"I Don't Care If Monday's Blue / Tuesday's Grey And Wednesday Too / Thursday, I Don't Care About You / It's Friday I'm In Love". Robert Smith can't wait to see you!
Liam Fray sums up the perfect moment exactly: "We probably shouldn't have danced to that song."
An exhortation to get down to business while listening to some raucous fuzzy bass and drum anarchy.
Dave Grohl's most tender and affecting moment: "If everything could ever be this real forever."
"And I'm five years ago / And three thousand miles away." Because sometimes you can't shake off those memories.
"Don't waste your time on me / You're already the voice inside my head." They may rock out, but here's one of their gentler moments.
"Wait... they don't love you like I love you"." So moving it made Karen O burst into tears.
A song of strength and support from Mr Martin: "Lights will guide you home / And ignite your bones / And I will try to fix you."
Classic love song, from the Roses' early years. "Sally Cinnamon, you're my world!"
This is NOT like any other love, this one is different... from Morrissey's debut single.
"I try not to think of you but think of nothing else." Liam Fray looks back on a great love affair.
Another song for when it all has to end.
Despite his daft outfit, Luke Steele will still be your shoulder to lean upon.
They may be daft, but this song is spot on.
Musing on your lover when you're all alone at sunset.
Brett Anderson knows how to do the heartbreaking anthem.
Forget what Matt Cardle did to it, this is still a great song.
You can eat away Kele's sadness, he says. If that's not love, what is?
"You don’t have to be there, babe / You don’t have to be scared, babe / You don’t need a plan of what you wanna do / Won’t you listen to the man that’s loving you."
When teenage rock and roll dreams come true.
Sometimes friendship is the greatest love of all (sorry everyone).
Brian Molko gets all clingy and that.
Sad yet funny... romantic yet tragic. Classic Morrissey.
You were the sun in my Sunday morning, says Guy Garvey. Must have been a great Saturday night out.
For when it's absolutely at its best.
Jose turns electropop into acoustic bliss, thanks to this Knife cover.
Bono, don't be auch a numpty. Apologise!
Ms Welch sings of love from the heavens.
An ode to an intergalactic lover, from young Tim Wheeler.
Rick Witter gets all romantic.
Sleazy type takes lewd photos, but there's still a hint of romance there... isn't there?
The sweetest love song ever... if it lasts, of course.
More romance from Ash, a beautiful love song.
The original and best.
The, er, baser world of romance, courtesy of Acca Dacca.
Ultra gentle ballad from the Gallic synth lovers.
So... if you snuff it, he'll be close behind. Emo!
An emotional moment from John Power.
Chris Martin wrote a song for you. Here it is.
From Damon Albarn's bittersweet period.
Everything about you is so easy to love says Matt Bellamy.
More celestial romance, courtesy of laughing Lou.
What a lovely sentiment. Or is it?
Simple, old fashioned teen romance.
A song for the lovers.
Typically perverse sexy times from the Pixies... "A big, big love."
Britain's biggest romantic balladeer sends one out for all of you.
Forget the nonsense about this being about heroin, it's just a great love song.
One of Brandon's more perplexing lyrics, but one of the band's most romantic.
For some reason, this encapsulates a great summer romance perfectly.
Those strings! Marry me now!
Sounds like a tricky relationship about to kick off.
A fractious relationship finally comes good in this Humbug track.
London may be full of broken hearts, but you can find strength in Mumford.
A typically rocky relationship from the Libs here.
Do you want a bit part in Evan Dando's life?
Despite being at their stadium-straddling biggest, the '2 could still get to you.
Well, there's no point beating about the bush, is there, Mr Jagger?
Pull yourself together, man.
Lusty thoughts from Alex Turner, with a bitter undertow.
The best-known song from Matt Hales and star of an advert.
Caleb is there for you. Although he doesn't seem to happy about it...
Pure sweetness from Evan Dando.
Sometimes love makes you silly, yes.
For when you don't want to go there, but you have to.
Muse's most delicate moment…
Another emotionally wrenching ode from Tom Smith.
Calm down, Johnny! Have a cold shower or something.
Because sometimes you shouldn't go there.
Others may try to ruin it, but this is still a classic.
Pure emotional angst from Kele. It'll be better soon, honest.
The most romantic voice ever?
It bears repeating.
The gentler sound of young Mr Weller.
"Wherever you are / Well, know that I adore you / No matter how far / Well, I can go before you / And if ever you need someone / Well, not that you need helping / But if ever you want someone / I know that I am willing."
"Tried to keep you close to me / But life got in between / Tried to square not being there / But think that I should have been."
"I guess what I'm trying to say is I need the deep end / Keep imagining meeting, wished away entire lifetimes / Unfair we're not somewhere misbehaving for days."
"I don’t wanna go to school / I don’t wanna take the call / I just wanna be a fool and get lovesick with you / I don’t wanna move my head, lay around and die in bed."
"And I'll be yours to keep / A wind in the shadow, a whale song in the deep."
"I swear she's destined for the screen / Closest thing to Michelle Pfeiffer that you've ever seen, oh."