If you’re thinking about giving love another chance, here are a few songs to consider. Sade’s “Still in Love With You,” John Lennon’s “Starting Over,” and Mary J. Blige’s “Come to Me” are all great choices.
‘Still In Love With You’ by Sade
Still in love with you is one of four previously unreleased Sade tracks on the new Best of Sade compilation. The song is a romantic love song and features the vocals of Sade Adu. The song has a simple melody, and Sade’s voice dominates the chorus.
‘Come to Me’ by Mary J. Blige
In a promo video for her new album, Mary J. Blige features rapper Fabolous. The duo are both dressed in summery ensembles and appear to be on vacation together. The video also features 13 tracks from Blige’s new album, her first with 300 Entertainment.
‘Taking a Chance On Me’ by ABBA
Taking a Chance On Me by ABBA was one of the most popular singles from the 1970s. Its upbeat backing track made the song one of the group’s most upbeat songs. It was not originally part of ABBA’s repertoire and only became part of it in the later years. The song peaked at No.1 in the UK and remained there for seven weeks.
The song was written by Benny Andersson and produced by Bjorn Ulvaeus. It features unusual vocal harmony. The song was originally titled Billy Boy, but its lyrics were later changed to ‘Taking a Chance On Me.’ The song was a hit in many countries, including the UK, Belgium, and Ireland. It did not reach the top of the US chart, but it did reach the Top 3.
‘Change My Mind’ by Shinedown
Shinedown have experimented with different concepts and themes for their music in recent years. Their new album ‘Change My Mind’ is their first concept album and it follows the journey of a mysterious, abstract individual. This persona starts off in a depressing headspace and works through different issues throughout the album. Towards the end, a triumphant track, ‘BRILLIANT,’ barrels through the speakers with defiance.
The band had already written a few songs for the album when they met with producer Rob Cavallo. The producer has a multi-platinum track record and is a Grammy winner. Shinedown’s new line-up features bassist Eric Bass and guitarist Zach Myers. This new lineup has resulted in a much bigger sound than before.
The band’s debut album is still a solid listen today. The track “Burning Bright” is particularly noteworthy. Nevertheless, the band should use their bridges more often. It will add more punch to their songs. The band’s debut album is an underrated classic.
The band’s music is often characterized by emotions more than by themes. The songs reflect anger, frustration, disillusionment, and hope. The underlying message is that change is necessary and it’s never too late to start living your dream.
‘Against All Odds’ by Phil Collins
‘Against All Odds’ by the legendary British singer-songwriter was released as a single in 1984. It reached number one in the US and UK and stayed there for three weeks. The song went on to be the fifth best selling single of 1984 in the US. It received numerous accolades, including a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male, in 1985. It was also nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe. However, the film didn’t include Collins’ song.
The song peaked at number two in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It also reached number three on the European Hot 100 Singles. It has since appeared on compilation albums such as Mariah Carey’s Heart and Soul (2005) and Steve Brookstein’s The Greatest Hits: The Best of Phil Collins