1950s female vocal with bigband jazz. Classic sounding. Authentically recorded in 1954.Add to Playlist
Ready for commitment. She’s the one for him. Male Vocal Country style.Add to Playlist
Authentic 1970s recording. Psychedelic hippy influenced jam about love. Peace.
Smooth male vocal. Funky groove with jam band, congas, wurly keyboard, talkbox, and psychedelic effects.
Artist: Bill SandwickAdd to Playlist
Song of young love and fear of being accepted. Yearning for happiness in a different place. Sort of a beach groove with a hint of reggae feel to it. Characterizing a controversial love affair yet with an optimistic mood.Add to Playlist
Sweet female singer songwriter song about broken releationships. Soft Piano and vocal that expands into full production.Add to Playlist
Soulful Singer Songwriter. Starts mellow and reggae like. Upbeat half way through.Add to Playlist
An alternative rock song that sounds similar to the Offspring. High energy and melodic. Lyrics about love and a special girl. Catchy chorus. *Warning one explicit lyric in this track*Add to Playlist
A smooth and emotional female vocal that resembles a Martina McBride or Kelly Clarkson sound. This track feels like an upbeat ballad and speaks of a girl depending on the love of God. Perfect for a religious/spiritual scene.Add to Playlist
This track begins with bouncy Sara Bareilles sounding riffing on piano and guitar. It instantly sets a playful minor mood with an elegant female vocal. Very catchy chorus melody that would work perfect for a religious/ spiritual scene or a theme of someone seeing the very essence in another.Add to Playlist
Sounds like Gwen Stefani, No Doubt, Victoria Justice. Song that talks of a woman trying to get her man in line. “Talk to me baby, or I’m gonna walk” Maybe the man is interested in another woman and trying to make excuses to get out of this relationship, but this girl is tough and she’s gonna have the last word… Pop/Rock track with a female vocal.Add to Playlist
This track is reminiscent of Five For Fighting but with some modern electronic stylings. “I’m done with you” this is a stereotypical break up song. Very Gavin DeGraw, Neon TreesAdd to Playlist
This song is characterized by its pop ballad piano and its modern vocal style. The drums pull this track to the rock world. Theme about a girl having a bad day but from the perspective of the observer/guy interested. Tone is empathetic,, sympathizing with this girl.Add to Playlist
Sounds like Jason Mraz, The Killers, Hunter Hayes
This guy found the girl he was looking for. Pop song with a bouncy piano. Great male vocal very passionate, storytelling, singer/songwriter vibe. Can be taken as inspirational – search until you find the girl right for you.
Sounds like Jonas Brothers and Neon Trees. This poppy song has an authentic male voice that seems to characterize itself as the song plays. Broad, relatable lyric. Themes of love, dance, romanceAdd to Playlist
Heartfelt pop song about a breakup that left each person “crushed” Appropriately defines any dramatic high school relationship that seems like the end of the world when it’s over. A few tears may have been shed for the inspiration of this song.Add to Playlist
Authentic 1950s recording..
In the style of “Bobby Bare” and “Ray Price”
The relationship is over, but wondering “What Did I Do” to make it happen.
This song was authentically recorded in the 1950s.
Upbeat fun retro rock and roll about a guy so deep in love
and happy he thinks it must be a dream.
This track fits on a playlist with Buddy Holly and Gene Vincent.Add to Playlist
Pop Singer/Songwriter, Female vocals, emotional song about warning signs and regrets.Add to Playlist
Soulful male vocal, pop r&b, downtempo cool emotional vocalAdd to Playlist
Rock song, gruff emotional male vocal, overcoming the obstacles and reaching for the top, aggressive electric guitar and drums, but not metal.Add to Playlist
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