'Dream a Little Dream of Me'
The Michael Bublé song was originally written by Fabian Andre and Wilbur Schwandt in 1931, and has been rerecorded by a plethora of artists since -- for example, Mama Cass and Ella Fitzgerald. Bublé's version definitely does this legendary song justice.
'The Way You Look Tonight'
This love song was written about the singer's ex-girlfriend Emily Blunt. The lyrics are about love's enduring power to create stability in an otherwise chaotic world.
Bublé's revamped version of the mambo classic from 1953 strays from the big band style we are so used to seeing from him.
His vocal performance accompanied by his swinging band make this Michael Bublé song a recipe for success, even if David Hasselhoff happened to butcher it years before.
'How Can You Mend a Broken Heart'
This heart-wrenching ballad is about breaking up with a love -- and how being on your own can cause an overwhelming shock to the soul.
'Haven't Met You Yet'
This melancholy yet hopeful tune describes the singer's yearning for love. Bublé sings, "And I promise you, kid, that I give so much more than I can get / I just haven't met you yet."
'Save the Last Dance for Me'
Originally recorded by the Drifters in 1960, Bublé's version of the popular song is sure to get people on the floor moving to the music. The song was the second single off his 2006 effort, 'It's Time.'
This Michael Bublé song -- which rocketed to the top of the charts in both the U.S. and Canada -- is about a man who is separated from his lover and his longing to be at home by her side again.