Songs that put you "in the mood"

So I'm watching the football game, and a commercial comes on with Marvin Gaye's "Let's get it on". I don't even know what the product was they were advertising, but I went upstairs and gave the lady the look, and she shot me down like "I ain't got time for that". LOL. But man, those first few chords on that twangy guitar get me. What's yours?

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I love Marvin Gaye, At Last (Nina Simone) oh, so many, but you asked for one.

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@Irene_L.A., yeah that one will do it too. Great romantic ballad. Love Nina.

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Anything by Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Crosby Stills Nash and Young...and more. I am a huge music aficionado.
I'm in the mood for love, simply because your near me, funny but when your near me, I'm in the mood for love.
Sorry, got carried away...smiling smiley

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Ok Irene,

"Some day, when I'm awfully low
When the world is cold
I will feel a glow just thinking of you
And the way you look tonight..."

We;re getting a playlist going here! smiling smiley

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If I loved you, love wouldn't come in an easy way, round in circles I'd go, longing to hold you but afraid and shy, I let my golden chances pass me by.
I grew up in the 50's/60's listening to great jazz like /Ella, Nina....Jazz and love longs all the way.
San Francisco...Hungry I and tons of jazz clubs, now if my memory doesn't deceive me, let's go!!!!!

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@Irene_L.A.. Carousel. Awesome. I'm curious if the younger members of the forum (I'm 56) have any more "modern" examples.

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I like "At Last" by Etta James...

@Irene_L.A. wrote:

I love Marvin Gaye, At Last (Nina Simone) oh, so many, but you asked for one.
I saw Etta James in concert once, I also saw Ray Charles and Miles Davis in concert (different shows of course).
"The Greatest Romance" by Prince

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People in my generation or Gen Z: Bruno Mar's First Time or my favorite, Jhene Aiko's Bed Peace, depending on the type of girl I'm engaged with at the time.

Whenever I'm messing someone a little older than me, but is still a Millennial: Janet Jackson's Anytime, Any Place.

Haven't messed with anyone my parent's age (Gen X). But if I ever did: maybe some Sade?

As for my grandparent's age, a Baby Boomer, I'd play something more their style like Paul Anka.

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@Tarantado, thanks. I'm not familiar, but I will look those up. And BTW, if you got so lucky, don't dismiss the older set. There's something to be said for "experience". smiling smiley And wait, did you just call me old? LOL!

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I LOVE YOU FOR SENTIMENTAL REASONS....Sam Cooke

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Ravel's Bolero [www.youtube.com]

ETA: Misspelling

Seriously, nobody cares that you're offended.

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Clapton "Wonderful Tonight"
Chris Isaac "Wicked Game"
Aretha "I never Loved a Man"
Anyone covering "My Funny Valentine"

My parents were hippies and I spent two if my high school years selling vinyl in an actual record store. I could do this for days and love the above suggestions. what a great thread. TY
My personal favorite (not a love song)...The beat goes on....Sonny and Cher days......brings a smile to my face, I'm the oldest member, so, bear with me. Neil Diamond .....anything he sang....

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The commercial was for Applebees. I think Wal-Mart started the trend of using Generation X classics in their commercials. I like it.

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