• Maisie Loh

5 Songs To Learn To Play For Your Valentine


Valentine’s Day is only one month away. There is nothing like learning a good love song to belt out to your significant other. Or better still, you can choose one of these 5 songs to learn to play for Valentine’s Day with your better half at Ritmo Music Studio. Just make a request with our patient teachers to learn your favourite romantic ballad.


“Closer” by Tegan & Sara


You might want to celebrate Valentine’s with this upbeat song “Closer” by Canadian Tegan and Sara. The song was released as a lead single in 2012 and won the “Single of the Year” at the 2014 Juno Awards and featured on Glee’s 82nd episode. In 2013, it peaked at number one on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Songs chart. Time to groove to V-day with your loved one.


“All of Me” by John Legend


If you prefer something slower and romantic, you can check out “All of Me” written by John Legend who wrote the song for his wife Chrissy Teigen. The song, a tender piano ballad, became a number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100, knocking off “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, which spent 10 weeks as number one in the United States in 2014.


“R.E.M.” by Ariana Grande


How about a newer love song released in 2018 by Ariana Grande? “R.E.M.” is a R&B tune released in Grande’s fourth studio album Sweetener. R.E.M. refers to rapid eye movement sleep, which we experience dreams prior to sleep and awakening. Grande has said that the song is about dreaming someone into your life and it is one of her favourite tracks in the album.



“More Than Enough” by Alina Baraz


Perhaps you might like this electro chill and slow but melodious “More Than Enough” by Alina Baraz. Initially released as a single in February and March in 2020, Baraz was then included in Baraz’s album It Was Divine. The song is the perfect love song to sing to your other half. Who doesn’t want to be told that they are more than enough?


“Delicate” by Taylor Swift


“Delicate” is a mellow electro pop love song with elements of dance-pop and tropical house. The song was written by Swift as her confession to a prospective lover. This might be a song you would like to learn to confess your love if you don’t yet have a soul mate. This song debuted as a sleeper hit in the United States and peaked at number twelve on the Billboard Hot 100. It was the biggest radio hit from Swift’s album Reputation, the singer-songwriter’s sixth studio album.


Start learning your favourite love song now. Sign up for a trial at Ritmo Music Studio if you are not already learning music.


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