What Is The Most Romantic Song That You Have Ever Listen To?

Name the most romantic songs1.BEAUTIFUL WORDS [ a romantic song https://youtu.be/GfkBL3ChE98
Everyone knows the most romantic song is Fly Me to the Moon:
Fly me to the moon    Let me play among the starsLet me see what spring is like On Jupiter and Mars
In other words, hold my hand
In other words, baby, kiss me   
Fill my heart with songAnd let me sing forevermore  
You are all I long for
All I worship and adore
In other words, please be true
In other words, I love you   

One of the best pop songs - EVER! And a pretty good, romantic song at that.......

The Association - "Never my Love"

George Thorogood - what a price. 
Motörhead- love me forever. 
WASP - LOVE machine. 

I guess each for every moment, no best of here, could be a dozen or more, depends.
Just came up
Let’s stay together - Al Green.
Never Tear us apart - INXS.
Friday i’m in love - The Cure.
The look of Love - Dusty Springfield.

Not really super romantic to some/most, but my wife and myself played this (cassette in an 83 Honda Prelude in the mid 90's) while driving back from one of our few/but great vacations.

The trip was to San Francisco (we rented a small 2BR bungalow in Berkeley) and we met up with a couple we knew from the Internet who were attending a medical convention in SF @ the time (they lived in NC back then - nice/cool couple in person).

The vacation was a blast and after Santa Cruz we WAY diverted to Pismo Beach to have a bowl of Clam Chowder @ The Splash Cafe (arrived 30 minutes before closing).

There was a severe highway jam once we were about an hour away from LA and we ended up diverting again to Palm Springs (got us out and around the jam) and spent the night @ a friend's house.

We live in the Los Angles area and I logged almost 2000 miles on that trip.

Anyway, the song is "You Sexy Thing - I Believe in Miracles" by Hot Chocolate.



"Don't Get Me Wrong" Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders

Shivers almost every time I hear it, especially this acoustic version.

Eternal Flame by the Bangles is pretty good.

"Close your eyes, give me your hand, darlin'
Do you feel my heart beating
Do you understand
Do you feel the same
Am I only dreaming
Is this burning an eternal flame"

What a bunch of goopy mush buckets.  :-)

Bobby McGee!!! Chris or Janis

Ok Ok..

In the Chapel in the Moonlight. Dino

What about Elvis? He's got something ay?

Here's a few:
Another Day - Roy Harper
Suzanne - Leonard Cohen
Sail Away - Neil Young
Under the Cherry Moon - Prince
Daniel Martin Moore ‎– Turned Over To Dreams
Lili Marlene - Marlene Dietrich
Tindersticks & The Walkabouts - Take Me
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These Foolish Things.

By anyone, although I do like Bryan Ferry’s version.

The runner up is....

...nothing so far.
I’ll have to go with an album since in this case it doesn’t seem to right to not play it in its entirety -> Enigma - McMxc A.D.
Ween/ stay forever
grant Lee Buffalo/ honey don’t think. 
Many more but I’m tired. 
My personal candidates --

"O Mio Babbino Caro" from Puccini's opera "Gianni Schicchi."
Or "Michelle" by the Beatles.
Phil Collins - Against all Odds - Take a look at me now. 
To me this sums it up for me. My lost love 37 years ago...
On a lighter note Fly me to the Moon.
"Close to You"  Carpenters
"Case of You" Joni Mitchell
"Unchained Melody"  Elvis Presley
"Cherish"  The Association
"Unforgettable"  Nat King Cole
"Coming Up Close"  Til' Tuesday

"We have All the Time In the World," Louis Armstrong in the James Bond Movie On Her Majesty’s Secret Service title track. This was towards end of Pops career, but I still get goose bumps.

John Barry composed the love song "We Have All the Time in the World", with lyrics by Burt Bacharach’s regular lyricist Hal David. It is heard during the Bond–Tracy courtship montage, bridging Draco’s birthday party in Portugal and Bond’s burglary of the Gebrüder Gumbold law office in Bern, Switzerland. Barry recalled Armstrong was very ill, but recorded the song in one take.

"Marie," Randy Newman.  Achingly beautiful, a man sings his lover's praises while laying bare his soul with nothing held back.

First time ever I saw your face. Roberta Flack
Killing Me Softly. Roberta Flack
I have a fairly good idea what type of music this crowd here is auditioning  on their $25K+ setups.
All these tunes are great but will sound better on a vintage mediocre Hi Fi
Some really romantic songs here! 

My pick is 'some enchanted evening'.  By anyone.  Just heard it for the first time a couple of years ago whilst watching South Pacific.  Can't get it out of my head.
"Today" by Jefferson Airplane would certainly be one for me. Really beautiful, and heartfelt.