8 Songs to Hint You’re in Love with Your Crush

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8 Songs to Hint You’re in Love with Your Crush

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| May 26, 2018

8 Songs to Hint You’re in Love with Your Crush

By Karina Sitaldas

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Have you ever had that feeling when you’re crushing on someone so hard, but you just can’t get yourself to tell them? You try looking for the perfect moment but you talk yourself out of every one that comes your way because you’re too shy. Well, we might have just the solution for you: music. Wait for that perfect moment in the car, when you’re on the way home with your crush after a perfect day out, and put on this playlist. If you play the entire list, there’s no way they’re not going to get the hint. Go on, give it a try! Thank us later.

Can’t Help Falling In Love With You – Elvis Presley

The classic of all classic love songs. So many artists have created their own versions of this but the original Elvis version will always have some sort of magic behind it. Make sure you throw some doe-eyed glances towards your crush’s way too — that’ll set the mood for sure!

 

Best Part – Daniel Caesar feat. H.E.R.

With Daniel Caesar’s soulful voice, this song sounds even more heartfelt. “Best Part” compares a lover to all the things that can brighten a day — coffee in the morning, sunshine in the rain, he even compares her to the best part of a movie.

 

Favorite Thing – Yuna

Yuna can make pretty much everyone feel special with her melodic voice. This is a perfect song to play for anyone that no matter what they do, you think is adorable; even when it’s just sipping on their coffee in the morning. Also for that person that helps you believe in yourself, when you don’t know how to.

 

I Knew This Would Be Love – Imaginary Future feat. Kina Grannis

This song is an adorable unraveling of how from the moment the couple met, they knew that they had each other’s hearts and that it would turn into love. Side note: the singer, Jesse Epstein, got his stage name “Imaginary Future” from the lyrics of one of his wife’s songs. How adorable is that?