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Features |  13 Feb 2016 18:48 |  By RnMTeam

Valentine's Day Special: From West, with Love

MUMBAI: Since time immemorial, 'Love' has always found music as its ideal medium to propagate itself through generations and ages. To count how many songs on love have been composed would take a lifetime, but to pick some of the current decade's songs that will make you weak at the knees is not any easier either. picks five tracks released since 2010 that shout 'love' in the most pleasant manners and instantly made an ever-lasting connection with the audience in India -

Adele - Hello

Talk about love, and Adele would not be featured? Doesn't sound right. The record-breaking composition 'Hello' from her latest album '25' changed the face of charts since its arrival and one can understand why. Adele sings about love like no one does, and once again the queen of romance reminds why 'love' can never be replaced.

Taylor Swift - This Love

When it comes to love in real life, no artist can express about aspects that revolve around the emotion and Swift, known for using her music to express her experiences, has left an irreplaceable impression of 'youth icon'. Her 2014 release album '1989' broke too many records, though mended too many hearts.

One Direction - I Want To Write You A Song

With lyrics like "I want to write you a song/ One as beautiful as you are sweet/ With just a hint of pain/ For the feeling that I get when you are gone", English-Irish boy band One Direction showed immense maturity through their album 'Made in the A.M.'

Daft Punk ft. Julian Casablancas - Instant Crush

French duo Daft Punk released their last album 'Random Access Memories' eight years after the previous one, and what followed is history. With collaborators like Pharrell Williams and Giorgio Moroder, Daft Punk totally changed the music scene and the way sound was consumed. But, yet again, the song about love from the album, featuring The Strokes' Julian Casablancas makes the song unique - thanks to the combination of Daft Punk's futuristic sound and Casablancas' soothing vocals.

Sam Smith - Stay With Me

A minute into the song titled 'Stay With Me' from his debut album, and you would understand how Sam Smith precisely depicts the nature of the new-age generation. "Oh, won't you stay with me?/'Cause you're all I need/This ain't love it's clear to see/But darling, stay with me"
Smith is definitely an artist to look out for, and the voice for James Bond's latest theme, does have every ability to become the voice for millions of people in love.