The time has come for men and women to start planning how they are going to show their significant other exactly how deep their love is. Some men show their lady some love by going the wining and dining route. Others will send the kids to their grandparents so they may have a quiet night at home that reminds the couple of the time they shared before they had children. If one of those people who are trying to have a quiet night at home for the lover’s holiday, you’re definitely going to need some tunes to set the mood.
The Urban Daily got hit R&B crooner Joe to pick six of his personal favorite love songs from his catalogue and tell us how they can help shape the special evening. You better listen to Joe’s advice. After all, this is the man who wrote and produced some the sexiest songs of the 1990s. We shouldn’t have to mention “All The Things” or the song he wrote and produced for Xscape‘s “Traces of My Lipstick” project called “Softest Place On Earth.”
Pull up a chair and take a lesson from Joe aka Dr. Love.
“All The Things (Your Man Won’t Do)” (1996)
Joe says: “The song was written with the help of Joshua P. Thompson and is great to me. It give hope to what a woman wants but feels she is missing.”
“I Wanna Know” (1999)
Joe says: “[The song] is sensitive and hones into her feelings. Let’s her know her feelings matter.”
“Love Scene” (1997)
Joe says: “[This is] a love anthem.”
“I’d Rather Have A Love” (2013)
Joe sys: “Incredible, because it’s decision time when it comes to love. Very symbolic, like Valentine’s Day.”
“Love & Sex” (2013)
Joe says: “Simple. There’s a difference. Let the listener self-reflect on what that is to them.”
“Peep Show” (2000)
Joe says: “[It’s] a recipe for a love scene.”
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