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10 songs that will give you all the feels on your next date

You know what the perfect third wheel is to your next date? Music! While there is always good tunes coming out (we honestly can't stop listening to "Despacito"), there are some songs from the past that you *must* consider jamming to on your next date. With them, they bring a blast of nostalgia that will give you *all* the feels when you're hanging with your bae and *def* turn on the romantic vibes.

1. "Home" by Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros 
You know this one? You’ve probably heard it at the end of a dozen movies! It gets everyone in a feel-good mood. 

2. "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield
This song is honestly just iconic. It's popped up everywhere, from graduation ceremonies to sweet sixteens! And, now, your next first date.

3. "I Gotta Feeling" by The Black Eyed Peas 
Every high school dance plays this song at least once. It’s the ultimate feel good song and one you and your boo can't pass up a dance to.

4. "Photograph" by Ed Sheeran 
Everyone loves Ed Sheeran. Need we say more?

5. "For You" by Angus and Julia Stone 
This song is somber and intimate, great for a cozying up and stargazing on a chilly summer night with your sweetie. 

6. "Sweet Creature" by Harry Styles 
Harry Styles' song will remind you that love and relationships are worth it 100%.

7. "Just the Way You" Are by Bruno Mars 
Bruno Mars’ sweet side shows in this song and when you sing along, you'll show yours, too!

8. "Perfect Illusion" by Lady Gaga
This song makes you want to dance! Although it has a deeper and more serious meaning, the tune is catchy and uplifting. Anyone up for a sunset car ride with the windows down?

9. "Primadonna" by Marina and the Diamonds 
Such a fun, exciting and sassy tune to rock out to on your next outdoorsy date.

10. "Don’t Stop Believing" by Journey 
A classic is a classic for a reason!

What do you think about these first dates songs? Did you try them out? Let us know in the comments below!

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by Amrita Bhasin | 8/16/2018
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