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VH1's Top Ten Love Songs of All Time

How well can you identify the 10 songs VH1 picked as the best love songs ever?


 

Quiz ID:#22272
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Category:Music
Created By:Paladin

 



#1   At #10, this song by Paul McCartney was dedicated to his wife and appeared on his first solo album (even before Wings!). Which of these songs was it?






#2   At #9, this song was a movie title, and has been remade by Luther Vandross, Kenny Rogers, and Mariah Carey. The original song was a duet between Diana Ross and Lionel Ritchie. Which of these songs was this?






#3   Mariah Carey covered this #8 song in addition to the #9 song. Journey released this song in 1981, which told of two young lovers and their struggles to reconcile. Which of these songs was this?






#4   Hailed as Elton John's best ballad ever, and "a near-perfect song" by Allmusic.com, which of these songs did VH1 proclaim the #7 best love song of all time?






#5   At #6 on the list, this Celine Dion hit was the theme song for the movie "Titanic". Which of these songs was it?






#6   The #5 song on VH1's list was performed by Whitney Houston, but was actually written by Dolly Parton in 1973. Whitney's version became one of the best-selling singles of all time. Which of these songs was this?






#7   Coming in at #4 is a song by the Jackson Five, featuring a young Michael Jackson who later said this song solidified the Jackson Five's career. Which of these songs was this?






#8   The #3 love song on the list is well known from a touching scene in the Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze film, "Ghost". The Righteous Brothers released this song in 1965. Which of these songs is it?






#9   At #2, this song was a huge hit for Aerosmith, and was featured in Armageddon, a film starring lead singer Steven Tyler's daughter, Liv. Which of these songs was this?






#10   This Elvis song was #1 on VH1's list, and was first heard on the Ed Sullivan show in 1956. Shortly after, Elvis released the single, and soon a movie of the same name. Which of these songs was this?






 

 



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