'('Til) I Kissed You'
More than 50 years later, the real-life brothers' 1959 single still captures the rush of newly found love perfectly.
Ray Hildebrand and Jill Jackson, not a couple, changed their first names to match their 1962 debut hit.
'Since I Fell for You'
Lenny's passionate vocals perfectly capture the pain of unrequited love in his cover of the big-band classic.
Frankie sings to the goddess of love for help, in a voice that already seems to be halfway to the heavens.
'Love Me Tender'
The power of Elvis' voice led stores to order a million copies of this song the day after he sang it on TV.
The Canadian doo-wop quartet combine their vocal talents to apologize for some bad two-timing behavior.
'Walkin' After Midnight'
Reportedly, Patsy had to be persuaded to even record this love song, now hailed as a country music classic.
'Then He Kissed Me'
'Goin' Out of My Head'
She sent him out of his head, but Little Anthony's high-pitched falsetto was already out of this world.
'All Shook Up'
Perfectly sums up that moment when you know your world has just turned upside down, in a really good way.
This 1969 hit draws inspiration from the reminders of old love, like the photos we've all boxed up somewhere.
'Dedicated to the One I Love'
Two other groups sang it previously, but the soaring vocals on this 1967 version make it the one everyone remembers.
'Wishin' and Hopin''
Great advice from Dusty: If you want to find the love of your life, you better be willing to work hard for it.
He's been admiring her form out on the waves. No, no, seriously, he's talking about her surfing technique.
'Chapel of Love'
It sounds a whole lot easier to plan a wedding back then. Where's time travel when you need it?
'Tell It Like It Is'
Yes he's pleading, and yes his voice is quivering, but he's man enough for a "yes" or "no" answer. Just be honest.
'To Sir With Love'
Love and respect flow from student to teacher -- who opened her eyes to so much -- from the hit 1967 film.
'You've Really Got a Hold on Me'
It's the classic quandary: He loves her, can't stand her. Leaves her, then can't live without her. Oh, dear ...
'And I Love Her'
All those young, wholesome American girls really didn't stand a chance against those charming Brits, did they?
'(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher'
Wilson originally sang it like a ballad, until producer Carl Davis advised him to follow the percussion -- resulting in the heart-racing favorite we still hear today.