Top ten modern Irish love songs for St. Valentine’s Day - VIDEOS
Get in a romantic mood with some our favorite lovers tunes
With Valentine’s Day just a few days away, these songs from Irish singers will get you in the mood for a day filled with love and romance.
1. The Pogues - Love You til the End
A blending of classic and modern influences, The Pogues’ hit ‘Love You til the End’ is a perfect sentiment for Valentine’s Day.
2. The Script - For the First Time
This recent smash hit from Dublin natives The Script is about overcoming the hard times through love.
3. Snow Patrol - Signal Fire
‘Signal Fire’ is but one romantic selection from Belfast natives Snow Patrol’s lengthy list of love songs and was featured on the ‘Spiderman’ soundtrack.
4. Westlife - Unbreakable
This love is unbreakable, unmistakeable, untouchable ... ah, Westlife, you always have had a way with words.
5. U2 - All I Want is You
The name of this epic ballad from Ireland’s favorites, U2, says it all.
6. Sinead O’Connor - Nothing Compares to You
Though often controversial, you can’t deny Irish singer Sinead O’Connor and her 1990s hit ‘Nothing Compares 2 U.’
7. Dropkick Murphys - Peg O’ My Heart
Boston’s own Dropkick Murphys remake this old classic into a modern and upbeat love tune.
8. Ronan Keating - When You Say Nothing at All
Ronan Keating topped the charts with this cover for the film ‘Notting Hill.’
9. Bell X1 - How Your Heart is Wired
Kildare natives Bell X1 take on the complexities of love with modern beats.
10. Van Morrison - Crazy Love
This Van Morrison classic is the perfect slow tune to set the mood for Valentine’s Day.
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