10 Swedish Songs For Your Valentine’s Day PlaylistFebruary 11, 2020
Love is in the air.
With Valentine’s Day coming up, amplify the chocolates, flowers and special dinner with a playlist filled with love. Here are 10 Swedish songs for your Valentine’s Day playlist.
ABBA – “Take a Chance on Me”
So many to choose from, but we’ll go with this one from 1977 that hit No. 1 in six countries and No. 3 in the United States.
Eagle-Eye Cherry – “To Love Somebody”
“Save Tonight” made Cherry a star, but this cover of Barry and Robin Gibb’s classic has us feeling good.
Zara Larsson “Love Again”?
Nothing heals a broken heart like finding love again…
Sabina Ddumba – “Blow My Mind”
Ddumba earned acclaim for 2016’s “Not Too Young.” We’re digging this one with Mr. Eazi from 2019.
Robyn – “Show Me Love”
Robyn has her fair share of breakup songs, but we take you way back to one of her first hits here in the States.
José González – “Heartbeats”
A cover of Swedish duo The Knife, Gonzalez’s acoustic version hits all the right notes of a challenging love story.
Ace of Base – “Lucky Love”
We’re hoping your love gets “The Sign” from this fun song from 1995.
Roxette – “It Must Have Been Love”
Is it possible to have a “love songs” list without “It Must Have Been Love?” Maybe, but if it ranks in Billboard’s Top 50 “love” songs of all time, it’s gotta be on our list.
The Cardigans – “Lovefool”
It’s been nearly 25 years since this song hit No. 1 in the States. It’s still making hearts beat a little faster today.
Avicii – “Tough Love”
Love isn’t always easy. This one from Avicii captures it: “There’s no place I’d rather be than in your arms.”