Most Listened Best Love Songs Of The 90s

Love songs from the 90s have stood the test of time and have transcended generations.
Love songs from the 90s have stood the test of time and have transcended generations.( Source : worldwidetune )

Top love songs of the 90s are 1. I Will Always Love You, 2. My Heart Will Go On, 3. As Long As You Love Me, 4. Everything I Do, and more.

The 90s undoubtedly bound everyone with its diverse music scene. Many agree that this decade was certainly a path-breaking one in the music industry.

To this day, people turn back to the 90s when talking about love songs. Be it Pop, R&B, Country, and more genres there is a lot in the store surrounding love songs.

The reason why is that these tracks have remained true to their roots irrespective of the evolution of the music. Without further ado, we present you with some of the best songs on love released in the 90s.

Top Love Songs Of The 90s

Song Name:Artist Name:
I Will Always Love YouWhitney Houston
My Heart Will Go OnCeline Dion
As Long as you love meBackstreet Boys
Everything I DoBryan Adams
I Don't Want to Miss A ThingAerosmith
AlwaysBon Jovi
You're Still the OneShania Twain
More Than WordsExtreme
Truly Madly DeeplySavage Garden
Think TwiceCeline Dion

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1. I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston

I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston is one of the best love songs of all time. This 1992 song undoubtedly has stood by the test of time.

Released via Arista Records on November 3, 1992, this song made a record as the best-selling of all time by a female solo artist with a sales record of 20 million copies.

I Will Always Love was certified Diamond by the RIAA, making it Whitney's first diamond single. Likewise, it also bagged a Grammy Award for the category of Record of the Year in 1994.

2. My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion

My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion is one of the best love songs of the 90s. It is considered the singer's signature song.

The track bagged eleven awards for the song including Grammy Awards for the Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, and Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television.

Likewise, it is also a recipient of several awards including Academy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, MTV Asia Awards, Japan Gold Disc Awards, Billboard Latin Music Awards, and more.

The song made the record as the second-best-selling physical single by a female with record sales of over 18 million copies across the globe. Likewise, it is also the world's best-selling single in 1998.

A new music video of the song was released on March 23, 2023, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Celine's performance of the song at the Academy Awards in 1998.

3. As Long As You Love Me by Backstreet Boys

As Long as You Love Me by Backstreet Boys ranks high among love songs of the 90s. It is a BPI Platinum-certified song.

Surprisingly, the song was never released as a commercial single in the United States; however, it was successful in becoming an MTV staple.

The track stayed at number 4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Airplay chart for 56 weeks. As Long as  You Loved Me recorded sales of over 530,000 in the UK.

The lyrics of the song describe the reciprocity of a relationship. In the first narrative form, the vocalist imparts the message that no matter what past you have, there will always be someone who will love you regardless of those circumstances.

4. Everything I Do by Bryan Adams

Everything I Do by Bryan Adams is one of the top songs of the 90s. This major hit song was distributed via AM Records on June 17, 1991.

The song gained colossal commercial success, acquiring the number-one position on several music charts in at least 19 countries. Everything I Do spent 16 consecutive weeks at no.1 on the UK Singles Chart.

It was nominated for the Grammy Awards for the category of Record of the Year in 1992. The Grammy-nominated song also made it to the nomination list of the Academy Award for Best Original Song; however, lost it to Beauty and the Beast.

The song was certified with 3x Platinum by BPI and RIAA for recording certified unit sakes of 1,850,000 and 4,100,000 respectively.

Correspondingly, it has also been certified Platinum by NVPI, RMNZ, IFPI Danmark, IFPI Austria, and more. The music video of the song has amassed over 466 million views on YouTube so far.

5. I Don't Want to Miss A Thing by Aerosmith

I Don't Want to Miss A Thing by Aerosmith is the theme song of the 1998 film Armageddon. It is an RIAA 5-fold Platinum-certified song.

The track peaked at number one in several countries across the globe which includes Australia, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Greece, Ireland, Norway, Italy, and more.

Initially released as a radio-only single, Columbia Records were compelled to issue it commercially in August 1998 considering the surge of his notability.

Eventually, the song peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart at no.1, making it the first and only no.1 single in the United States.

The notability of the song helped Aerosmith propel to a new height of success. Similarly, it also helped in surging the introduction of the band to the new generation too.

6. Always by Bon Jovi

Always by Bon Jovi was released on September 12, 1994. The single has sold over three million copies across the globe.

American TV director Marty Callner directed the official accompanying music video of the song which features Jason Wiles, Jack Noseworthy, Carla Gugino, and Keri Russell.

The song is an RIAA Platinum and Gold-certified song for the shipment of 1,000,000 and 500,000 copies. Correspondingly, it is also certified gold by FIMI, NVPI, RMNZ, GLF, and more.

7. You're Still the One by Shania Twain

You're Still the One by Shania Twain is one of the top country love songs. It is the third single from Shania's third album Come On Over.

Released on January 27, 1998, this remarkable song debuted at no.2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, making the record for being Twain's first top-ten hit in the US.

Lauded with positive acclaim and reviews, the single racked up two Grammy Awards out of four nominations. Likewise, You're Still the One took home several awards including Billboard Music Awards, and so on.

It acquired 2x Platinum certification from RIAA for shipment of 2,000,000 certified units. Correspondingly, the song also got Platinum from ARIA and BPI, and Gold certification from IFPI Danmark. 

8. More Than Words by Extreme

More than Words by Extreme was the third single from the band's second album. The ballad song was released in March 1991 via AM Records.

Lyrically, the song imparts the urge of wanting his lover to do more than just say that she loves him. More than Words acts as a warning that the phrase 'I love you' has become more vague for people use it so lightly that they think fix everything with it.

The song performed well on the charts, debuting on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart at number 81 and eventually peaking at number one. Likewise, the song also made it to number two in the UK.

The black and white accompanying video for the song was directed by Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton. Not to forget, it is an ARIA Platinum-certified song.

9. Truly Madly Deeply by Savage Garden

Truly Madly Deeply by Savage Garden is from their self-titled debut album. It was dropped by the two-male band on March 3, 1997.

This 1997 released song became a commercial success debuting at number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart on December 6, 1997. In fact, it stayed in the chart for a full year.

Similarly, the song topped in the duo's home country of Australia, and in Canada. It became the 10th biggest-selling song of 1998; however, couldn't pass forward to number four in the United Kingdom.

Released through Roadshow Music, Warner Music, and Columbia Records, the song depicts the story of two lovers who aren't together. The man laments about his past actions and wants to start over to make everything right.

The song became the main theme of the 1998 Rom-com movie Music from Another Room. Two music videos; one for Australia and the other for Europe, accompanying the song were made.

10. Think Twice by Celine Dion

Think Twice is a third single from Celine Dion's third English-language album The Color of My Love. It was released in July 1994 in North America.

The song remained on the top all over Europe including the UK, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden. It was certified Platinum by BPI in September 2017 for making record sales of 1,418,966 copies in the United Kingdom.

The official accompanying music video directed by Randee St. Nicholas starts with a shot of Celine lying in bed. It has cumulated colossal views, currently over 66 million on YouTube as of now.

Penned by Andy Hill and Peter Sinfield, the rock-influenced song emphasizes the importance of reconsidering the emotions of others prior to making a decision.

The singer is telling her lover to think wisely before parting ways with her through the lyrics. She discovers this distant feeling in their relationship caused by her lover's desire to leave her.

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