What is This Thing Called Love: 1930s & 40s Love Songs

February 24, 2017 - Comment

Songs about that most universal of all emotions, love, strike a chord with anyone who has or has had stars in their eyes. Of course your partner is the most wonderful person in creation – and why not? Such a relationship heightens your awareness and you really do look at the world through rose-coloured glasses.

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Songs about that most universal of all emotions, love, strike a chord with anyone who has or has had stars in their eyes.

Of course your partner is the most wonderful person in creation – and why not? Such a relationship heightens your awareness and you really do look at the world through rose-coloured glasses.

You will therefore have an affinity with all of these songs – you’ve either been there, or at least you can imagine yourself in the singer’s place.

Ella Fitzgerald – Taking A Chance On Love

Nat King Cole – Sweet Lorraine

Tommy Dorsey & Connie Haines – What Is This Thing Called Love?

Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra – The Sunshine Of Your Smile

Jimmy Dorsey & Helen O’Connell – All Of Me

Bing Crosby – Sposin’

Artie Shaw & Helen Forrest – Say It With A Kiss

Perry Como – May I Never Love Again

Coleman Hawkins & Thelma Carpenter – He’s Funny That Way

Benny Goodman – These Foolish Things

Teddy Wilson & Billie Holiday – More Than You Know

Fats Waller – When Somebody Thinks You’re Wonderful

Dinah Shore – Body And Soul

Frances Langford & Tony Martin – Why Do I Love You?

Louis Armstrong – I Can’t Give You Anything But Love

Nan Wynn – Think It Over

The Mills Brothers – Old Fashioned Love

Teddy Wilson & Helen Ward – Here’s Love In Your Eye

Gene Krupa, Anita O’Day & Johnny Desmond – Two In Love

Judy Garland – A Journey To A Star

Glenn Miller & Ray Eberle – The Nearness Of You

Dorothy Lamour – The Man I Love

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