"How Do I Live" by Trisha Yearwood There was a time when every Hollywood movie needed a big, bombastic chart-topping song to accompany the climactic scene where the planet is saved, the boy gets the girl, or some other triumph is celebrated.Luckily for Trisha Yearwood, "How Do I Live Without You” is a great song that remains authentically romantic despite its inclusion in the "Con Air” soundtrack.Few songs age as well as this one – it sounds just as romantic and heartfelt as the day it was recorded.

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He married his high school sweetheart in 1988 and they have been together ever since.

"Can't Take My Eyes Off You" by Frankie Valli The infomercials for Time-Life music compilations from the 50s and 60s always include this gem.

"Can’t Take My Eyes off You” evokes nostalgic memories of date nights at malt shops and sock hops, but still resonates beyond its original context.

This is one of the most romantic classics of all time.

Do you remember what song was playing when you had your first slow dance?

What was onthe car radio during that painful breakup? Associating music with romantic moments and memories is a universal tendency."Wicked Game" by Chris Isaac Chris Isaac’s cooing voice is half country yodeler-half torch singer in this sweeping song of the wicked, wicked things a woman can do to a man powerless to love.The steamy video made a lot more sense when you discovered that Helena Christensen and Isaac were actually dating at the time the song’s release. "Love Me Tender" by Elvis Presley There’s little to say about Elvis that hasn’t been said before, but his velvety voice was never better used than in this ballad."You Light up My Life" by Debby Boone This song definitely won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but we all tend to be saccharine sweet when we’re in love.Be warned, though: this song’s like an insulin shot.Just try to resist getting on the dance floor when Beyonce tells her man how crazy in love she is with him.