It’s Valentine’s Day and you want to do something nice for your sweetie. Want to make it special and sexy? What better way than to press up against each other in the kitchen after a romantic candlelit dinner, just the two of you? Here’s a playlist of 28 songs to dance to in the kitchen on Valentine’s Day.
“Don’t be scared it’s over now, I swear.”
Everything’s okay when you’re in each other’s arms.
“It’s so different when we touch.”
A Valentine song for the sweet and passionate butterflies that last.
“Our love is a star, sure some hazardry, for the light before and after most indefinitely.”
Poetic and lovely.
“I wanna wake, I wanna wake, I wanna wake from hot dreams of you.”
If you want something sexy, this is the one.
“This game of cruelty is easily the most boring part of the week.”
Love can be so cruel.
“Strawberries, cherries and an angel’s kiss in spring. My summer wine is really made from all these things.”
“Voilà je regarde les autres pourtant je ne leur trouve rien.”
Just say, “Je t’aime.”
“All along it was a fever. A cold sweat hot-headed believer.”
Is it hot in here?
“But your name is a wave washing over me. No games just a slave to you totally.”
You know you’re in it for good when you’ll let your lover pull you down.
“Go ahead and play for keeps.”
Embrace and sway a little with this tune.
“If you were worried ’bout where I been or who I saw or what club I went to with my homies, baby don’t worry you know that you got me.”
Some hot hip hop for lovers.
“I don’t eat, I don’t sleep, I do nothing but think of you.”
You can both drink the love potion tonight.
“It’s been a long time, wondering why the summer smells like sin and wonder.”
“She said, ‘Hello mister, pleased to meet ya.’ I wanna hold her, I wanna kiss her. She smelled of daisies.”
A Valentine song full of longing and wanderlust.
“When we were strangers, I watched you from afar. When we were lovers, I loved you with all my heart.”
For dancing in the moonlight, or the candlelight.
“Like a river flows surely to the sea, Darling, so it goes, some things are meant to be.”
Maybe it’s foolish, maybe it’s fate. It’s surely a sweet Valentine song.
“Darling, I’ve been so satisfied. Honey, since I met you.”
The fatal attraction of coffee and cigarettes can’t keep you from dancing to this Valentine song.
“Do you remember when we met? That’s the day I knew you were my pet.”
An oldie but goodie.
“Wrap me in your arms. I can’t feel it, but rock me in your arms.”
Just do as Sylvan says there.
“You see her when you close your eyes. Maybe one day you’ll understand why.”
All you need to understand is the feeling of each other close and swaying.
“You will never see what you mean to me.”
It’s cute and it’s sweet.
“And for your love I would do anything. Just to see you smile upon your face.”
If you would do anything, start by dancing to a Valentine song in the kitchen.
“Je perde le sommeil et je perde le pétille.”
If you’re losing sleep, let it be to dancing to this Valentine song.
“Time means so much if all I have is your sweet touch.”
A Valentine song for the sweet touch of dancing close.
“Well it’s been building up inside of me for, oh, I don’t know how long. I don’t know why, but I keep thinking something’s bound to go wrong.”
Not much can go wrong when you’re dancing in the kitchen to a Valentine song.
“You could be my silver springs, blue green colors flashing. I would be your only dream, your shining autumn, ocean crashing.”
A sort of sad one, but lovely nonetheless.
“When the rain is blowin’ in your face, and the whole world is on your case, I could offer you a warm embrace, to make you feel my love.”
A Valentine song for a sweet embrace.
“I can’t forget. Hold these arms around me. Think of how you found me, found me in those arms.”
A Valentine song for the best one yet.
If you’re still looking for some sizzling Valentine’s Day date ideas, read this: How to Plan a Romantic Valentine’s Day Date for Your Loved One.
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