The group uses not the book, but rather the dictionary of love, to very clearly define their feelings for you.
'Never My Love'
Play this soothing, reassuring song anytime your lover asks you when you're going to be tired of him or her...
'I'm Into Something Good'
Play this song. Something tells me you're smiling and that your head's bobbing from side to side. Yes?
'Ooo Baby Baby'
He'd better be singing one of the sweetest, silkiest songs ever. Check the lyrics -- this guy messed up good!
'Baby, Now That I've Found You'
Boxers say keeping the title is harder than winning it. He's up for the challenge when it comes to her heart.
'Wouldn't It Be Nice'
The sweetest, most beautifully orchestrated, slightly idealized vision of future domesticated bliss ever.
A clearly devastated, but still graceful and composed Paul McCartney reflects on his recent heartbreak.
'Reach Out (I'll Be There)'
The words are genius, but it's the strength and confidence in his voice that really reassures you.
'Someday We'll Be Together'
Now hold on, some random guy is keeping the lovely Miss Ross waiting? What is this, science fiction?
Nothing you can do to change her mind, huh? This is clearly before Internet browser histories existed.
'(You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman'
Who better to sing an anthem about what it feels like to be a strong-willed woman, in love, than 'The Queen of Soul'?
'Ain't Too Proud to Beg'
Peer pressure: dismissed! Gender roles: rejected! He's determined to keep his girl no matter what the cost.
Originally sung by Audrey Hepburn in 'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' this became Andy's signature number.
'This I Swear'
These folks don't hold back, laying out the full A to Z of romantic promises for their intended sweetheart.
Flat-out poetry set to music. In just 12 lines, this song details all of a guy's romantic hopes and dreams.
He's happy to walk around with a silly grin, just as long as she keeps making him smile. Awwwww ...
'Where the Boys Are'
Theme from the groundbreaking 1960 teen movie, and one of the first to explore premarital romance openly.
'Strangers in the Night'
Most guys couldn't pull off singing "shoo-bee-doo-bee-doo" so earnestly. Well, Frank isn't most guys.
'I Want You, I Need You, I Love You'
Meat Loaf said "two out of three ain't bad" -- but Elvis Presley is going for the jackpot this time around.
In the real world, he's dumped. In dreams, they're still hand-in-hand. Only Roy could make this not creepy.