Every love story has a soundtrack. Even if there wasn’t significant music playing in the background the day you two met, kissed, or first had a date, music has a way of evoking senses leaving you immediately nostalgic for special moments. Music compilations can transcend you back in time. Date night music doesn’t necessarily have to be very romantic and cheesy. It can still be beautiful with a few upbeat tracks as well.
Plan your date night out accordingly with the best beats!
In order to make a great date night playlist, it has to be equal parts meaningful and nostalgic; fun and playful; romantic, and representing each partner’s musical preferences. Music works beyond words and action and communicates our emotions with little or no efforts at all. It’s a great connector between two individuals. A new date night or a simple night out can shift gears with a great music compilation. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different genres. Mix some of the classics from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and even adult contemporary to blend in the evening.
Classic tunes that make the difference in the long run!
Some of the best date night music compilations include ‘The Book of Love’ by Peter Gabriel, ‘Happy Together’ by the The Turtles, ‘You & Me’ – Dave Matthews Band, ‘Take the World’ – Johnny Swim, ‘More than Words’ – Extreme, and even newer tracks like ‘Better Together’ by Jack Johnson. You can switch moods with Indie tracks with Norah Jones’ ‘Come Away with Me’, ‘Feeling Good’ by Michael Buble, and ‘No One’ by Alicia Keys. A must have in your music compilation is Stevie Wonder’s ‘For Once in my Life’.
Music can make those silent moments that much better!
Whether your date is a swanky restaurant or even holding hands in your car, music can create the difference between what you say when there’s nothing to say. The difference between an awkward silence or a lasting conversation. Music let you wear your guard down lower, making it easier to connect and communicate. Not everything the movies tell us about a classic Marvin Gaye song is correct – you can choose your ‘romantic’. Knowing your partner is fundamental in creating a date night play list. You preferences must reflect in a carefully planned out list.
Smooth tracks that calm the nerves!
For a smoother track list, you can experiment with ‘Ghostwriter’ by RJDJ2, ‘Do you Realise’ by The Flaming Lips, ‘Thinking Bout You’ by Frank Ocean, and newer songs like ‘Skin’ by Rihanna. You can add ‘Lose it in the End’ by Mark Ronson, ‘Can I have it Like that’ by Pharell Williams, ‘Sex on Fire’ by Kings of Leon, and Adele’s ‘Make You Feel My Love’. With date nights around the corner, don’t just be stuck with a romantic card, the flowers, and champagne – add music to underscore your grand plans. You can even have the perfect date night at home by setting the right music.
Start your night with the perfection music beat!
You can start your own date night compilation with a few steps; speak to your partner and find out what their preferences are. Ask them what relaxes them. You can be the best judge of this by seeing how they react to particular songs. If you notice that their eyes light up to particular songs, you definitely should have that song on your list. Add songs that remind them of their first high school crush, their first Valentine, their first kiss. Nostalgia has a way of livening the spirit. There may be songs that don’t necessarily have ‘love’ in it – ironically, it can be about losing the love of your life, but it could make you emotional and tend to appreciate each other’s company.
In the same way, there are songs that can set the stage for more intimate moments. This can be a great initiator that can ease them into intimacy.
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