I don't listen to Justin Bieber or Lady Gaga. But I have a kick-ass, UNIQUE music collection.
It seems that my opinion on how important music is to a relationship and how my taste in music is far superior to most people's has ruffled some feathers. So, in an effort to help those poor Lady Gaga, Coldplay and Justin Bieber fans out there, I'm doing them a favor by offering my 10 favorite love songs... that aren't mainstream and lame.
Plus, Plan B may soon be available over the counter. No more awkward Planned Parenthood visits.
The creepiest song lyrics ever. Having babies too late may be even less safe than we thought. Do not start having sex with your neighbor if you want a relationship. Is your guy totally into someone else? Plan B may soon be available over-the-counter. Good-looking friends make you look... better. Hugs may not be as innocent as you think. France may ban prostitution.
Taylor's making headlines with new single "Sparks Fly," but can she match the classic author?
The pop star is taking her lovelorn anthems—including her new single "Sparks Fly"—across the country in one of the biggest tours this summer, but her lyrics seem to have gotten a little help from a literary predecessor. Can you guess which lines are by the young songstress and which were penned by the "Pride and Prejudice" author?
To commemorate Amy Winehouse, tell us which of her love songs moved you.
During her lifetime, the late Amy Winehouse recorded dozens of songs chronicling her tumultous relationships—most notably, that with Blake Fielder-Civil, with whom she went through a rocky divorce in 2009. In addition to being soulful, her songs espouse an honesty so rarely found in pop songs today.
If you were happy to see Taylor Swift win CMT Video of the Year, we think you'll like this playlist!
If you enjoyed last night's CMT awards and was happy to see Taylor Swift win CMT Video of the Year, then we have the playlist for you. Read on for Swift's top five workout songs that—trust us—you'll want for your next workout!
The top eleven love songs that we couldn't stop listening to in 2010.
From Katy Perry to Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift to Gaga, there were plenty of love-themed tracks to enjoy in 2010. Here are the songs that have been sending our collective hearts aflutter for the past twelve months, in case you managed to them out of your head in the first place.
A look at some enduring love songs and the women who inspired them.
When American Idol finalist Crystal Bowersox performed Janis Joplin's "Me And Bobby McGee" last week, it got everyone thinking about who the real Bobby McGee was. The tune, written by Janis' former lover Kris Kristofferson, might have actually been inspired by Janis herself. Some songwriters are much more forthcoming about the muses behind their compositions. Here now is a list of love songs and the famous ladies who inspired them.
Is her new single just bragging about her man’s equipment?
While on tour in Europe, Beyoncé took some time out for a holiday to Barcelona with her hubby, Jay-Z. She also debuted her new single, "Ego," which sharp listeners might interpret as an ode to her husband's endowment. No, we're not kidding. Look at the lyrics, y'all:
Why? Well, you got the key to my heart
But you ain't gonna need it, I'd rather you open up my body
And show me secrets, you didn't know was inside
No need for me to lie
It's too big, it's too wide
It's too strong, it won't fit
It's too much, it's too tough
He talk like this 'cause he can back it up
He got a big ego, such a huge ego
I love his big ego, it's too much
He walk like this 'cause he can back it up