Grab your hunny. It’s time to celebrate National Lover’s Day on April 23. On a day designed specifically for lovers, this playlist is the perfect addition to your date night. With deep, meaningful lyrics, and romantic melodies, you’ll set the mood for the absolute perfect love fest.

“All of Me” by John Legend

John Legend has a way of crafting his lyrics to be relatable, emotional, and truthful. This number 1 hit song took over the airwaves and still tends to be one of the most popular wedding songs.

“How Long Will I Love You” by Ellie Goulding

Looking for a song that will tell your partner just how long you’ll love them? This is the one. “How long will I love you? As long as stars are above you, and longer if I can.”

“You in January” by The Wonder Years

Love is about the little things. The Wonder Years writes, “I ran the dishwasher this morning, I wanted there to be clean plates for you tonight,” which really goes to show that love is not all about flowers, cards, and candy.

“Little Things” by One Direction

Speaking of little things, this One Direction song talks about the little things you tend to forget: how perfectly your hands fit together, the freckles no one notices, the way you talk in your sleep, and so many more small details that make you fall deeper in love day by day.

“Anyone” by Justin Bieber

Who says love songs have to be ballads? Pouring his heart into the lyrics, Bieber wrote this song for his wife Hailey and is a true confession about how he’ll never love anyone the way he loves her.

“You and I” by Ingrid Michaelson

Love is not about money; it’s about happiness, safety, adventure, and commitment. Grab your partner and dance the night away… just the two of you.

“Better Together” by Jack Johnson

Do you and your partner bring out the best in each other? Could you imagine your life without them? Sounds like you’re simply better together.

“Goodnight Moon” by Go Radio

You’ve heard it time and time again: Never go to bed angry. “Goodnight moon, and goodnight you.”

“More Lucky Than This” by Brent Walsh

Love is a gift and this song describes exactly how lucky we are to find it: “Waking up with you is like Christmas morning; you’re the present I get every day.”

“Like Real People Do” by Hozier

Leave the past behind and focus on what you and your partner have created. There is no need to dig up what you’ve gone through with past lovers, but instead, simply “kiss like real people do.”

“First Times” By Ed Sheeran

It’s no secret that Ed Sheeran knows how to write a love song, and he did not disappoint with his most recent album, = (“equals”). No matter how long you’ve been together, there will be “a million first times.”

“Best Friend” by Jason Mraz

For every couple that considers their other half their best friend, this one is for you.

“Cemetery” by Say Anything

Max Bemis is known for a very unique style of writing that makes you think, but, in “Cemetery,” the lyrics are very obviously written from a place of love: “I’ll face the one who made my disgusting heart from a lump of clay. Should he ask what got me through; If he asks me, it was you.”

“In Case You Didn’t Know” by Brett Young

This song is a great reminder that telling your partner how much you love them can really go a long way.

“I Choose You” by Sara Bareilles

A partnership is hard work, and Sara Bareilles reminds us of that. Let your partner know that you will choose them over and over and over again.

“Still Into You” by Paramore

Couples fight, and that’s okay. Reminder each other of that with these lyrics: “I should be over all the butterflies, but I’m into you. Baby, even on our worst nights, I’m into you.”

“I Want Crazy” by Hunter Hayes

Be wild, be free, and be crazy in love. This country hit is the perfect way to remind each other that being crazy in love is fun, exciting, and filled with adventure.

“You Had Me @ Hello” by A Day To Remember

Did you instantly fall in love with your partner? This song is the perfect addition to your playlist.

“Annoying” by MOD SUN

When your brain is consistently occupied with thoughts of your lover, it can be ANNOYING, but in a good way. MOD SUN writes, “I think I was born for your eyes only. Never felt like this before, and it’s annoying.”

“More of You” by JP Saxe

Craving more of your partner? Let them know with this romantic song.

Now that you have an idea of the perfect Lover’s Day playlist, it’s time to start planning a romantic day for the both of you. Add more songs to the list and get ready for some much-needed quality time.