35 Best Love Songs For Her – Your Girlfriend Will ADORE You For These

Want to score some serious brownie points with your girlfriend or wife? Want to tell her just how amazing she is? Would you like to surprise her and let her know how much you care, out of the blue?

Sometimes love is best communicated in a song.

In this guide, you will find many of the best love songs for her; she will adore you for these! All of these are cute songs to post your girlfriend on Instagram.

P.S. We've also got a piece on best love songs for him.


“Baby I Love Your Way” by Peter Frampton

Song year: 1975

When you fall in love with someone, you want to be around them all the time. You’ll get up early and stay up late just for a quick glimpse of them.

This Peter Frampton classic seems to say it all. And it’s about as gooey romantic as one can get.

When you want to let your significant other know just how special and irresistible, she is, there’s always “Baby I Love Your Way.”

“Wonderful Tonight” by Eric Clapton

Song year: 1977

She looks beautiful. And you can’t take your eyes off her. You’re taken aback by how much she suddenly means to you.

Slowhand’s classic ballad is all about being captivated by your love. And yes, the song does feature some beautiful guitar playing to complement the theme.

“Wonderful Tonight” is a great song for a night on the town, or even a more formal dress-up occasion. For me personally, this is one of the best love songs of all time.

“You’re The Inspiration” by Chicago

Song year: 1984

With the addition of Peter Cetera, Chicago basically wrote the rules for the modern ballad. “You’re The Inspiration” stands at the pinnacle of songs in this vein.

The message is simple – when you fall in love, your love becomes your inspiration. And because of it, it makes you want to be better. So, if you feel like she makes you a better man, this is a great song so share.

Fair warning – you can’t help but hear wedding bells in this tune, so if you aren’t serious, don’t bother sending her this timeless Chicago hit.

“Love Will Keep Us Alive” by Eagles

Song year: 1994

Love is exciting. But there are always ups and downs in every relationship. And fights are inevitable when you’re both serious about making it work.

“Love Will Keep Us Alive” is a song about letting love guide the way. Because sometimes the fights and challenges don’t make a whole lot of sense. But they make you better.

For love that endures, I’d recommend this sappy Eagles number.

“I Just Called To Say I Love You” by Stevie Wonder

Song year: 1984

So, it’s not New Year’s. It’s not Valentine’s Day. It’s not even Independence Day. But you still want to let her know how much you love her.

Well, isn’t that a coincidence. Because Stevie Wonder’s “I Just Called To Say I Love You” follows that narrative to a tee.

When you want to surprise her and let her know how much you care out of the blue, I’d give this song a try.

“No Matter What” by Badfinger

Song year: 1970

This tune has been covered by the likes of The Knack and Def Leppard and has thus been kept alive through the decades.

In that sense, it’s basically a “roots” song, because when you listen to it, you find out it’s a simplistic three-minute rock song. It does have some killer vocals and a strong melody though.

If she can do no wrong in your eyes, dedicate this ditty to her.

“Something Just Like This” by The Chainsmokers & Coldplay

Song year: 2017

In this powerfully emotive song, the narrator seems to be struggling to find his identity. And it might even be in a relationship that’s also struggling to find its expression.

Then again, this is how many relationships begin and even unfold. We may not feel like we measure up, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t worthy. And we may need to find a new self within the relationship.

Sometimes you want “something just like this,” even if you can’t put your finger on exactly what that is. This is how to tell her.

“Make You Feel My Love” by Bob Dylan

Song year: 1997

Dylan is the original wordsmith, and his songwriting has long been held in high regard through the decades.

“Make You Feel My Love” has been covered by plenty of artists you’re sure to know – Adele, Garth Brooks, Keely Clarkson, and more. Yes. It’s just that good.

When things are difficult for her, but you love her anyway, send this song in her direction for encouragement.

“Perfect” by Ed Sheeran

Song year: 2017

As with most Ed Sheeran songs, “Perfect” is an emotive tune with a bit of a backstory. The narrator tells of falling in love as kids but feeling like he’s nevertheless found the perfect woman.

Is it a little too personal to be applicable to your situation? We’ll leave that to you. But for those who can relate, it's perfect.

And there’s no doubt this is a sparkly clean pop song about love.

“Die A Happy Man” by Thomas Rhett

Song year: 2015

Accompanied by a rather familiar sounding chord progression, country singer Thomas Rhett sings about a great night with his girl and how much he loves her.

What if you never see the Northern Lights? What if you never got to go to the Eiffel Tower? In this tune, the narrator says he could “die a happy man” because he’s found his love.

Sometimes you just know when you know. And that’s when this song is for.

“You Send Me” by Sam Cooke, Another Top Love Song For Your Girlfriend

Song year: 1957

Sometimes mistaken for “you saved me,” “You Send Me” is a song about infatuation growing into love, and love growing into the desire to marry.

For a 50s recording, it features pristine production and Cooke’s vocals can be heard loud and clear.

But only share this song with her if you’re serious about her, okay?

“The Book Of Love” by Peter Gabriel

Song year: 1999

In this song, the narrator calls the book of love “long and boring.”

The truth is love doesn’t need to take a shape. It doesn’t need to look like it does in Hollywood films. It doesn't need to be predictable or expected. So long as you love her, everything is okay.

Love can be difficult and strange. And it can be full of longing and expectation. But that’s okay. When the book of love is boring, but she still fascinates you, there’s Peter Gabriel's “The Book Of Love.”

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