The season of hearts has come. A lot of lovers are celebrating their love for each other, giving flowers, chocolates, and having intimate dates. Nowadays, people are conceptualizing on a unique way to celebrate their Valentine’s Day. A different approach but still with a touch of sincerity and purity of love. And for me, listening to a song would be enough. With this, let me give you the greatest Valentine song of all time, a song for your heart, the song for the couples, and for the singles, too. Here’s “Valentine” sang by Jim Brickman and Martina McBride.
A Little Bit ‘Bout The Valentine’s Day…
The day of romance we call Valentine’s Day is named for a Christian martyr and dates back to the 5th century, but has origins in the Roman holiday Lupercalia.
Furthermore, Martyrdom stories associated with various Valentines connected to February 14 are presented in martyrologies, including a written account of Saint Valentine of Rome’s imprisonment for performing weddings for soldiers, who were forbidden to marry, and for ministering to Christians persecuted under the Roman Empire. According to legend, during his imprisonment, Saint Valentine restored sight to the blind daughter of his judge, and before his execution, he wrote her a letter signed “Your Valentine” as a farewell. This is the beginning of the Valentine’s Day celebration all over the globe.
A Song For A Proposal…
Every women’s dream is to have a husband to be with them for the rest of their lives. Every men’s vision is to have a wife to carry their children and completes a family. Indeed, “Valentine” is simply a perfect hymn for a proposal. I’m pretty sure a proposal will be smooth according to your plan with the treatment of this song.
A Song For A Wedding…
In addition, many couples would like to use the song for their wedding. Isn’t just so nice and romantic seeing the bride walking down the aisle while the groom waits? And the most genuinely of all, both of them looking into each other’s eyes as they exchange their vows?
A Little Bit ‘Bout The Song…
“Valentine” was recorded by the soulful recording artist Jim Brickman and the ultimate soprano of country music Martina McBride. Additionally, the prodigious lyrics were co-written by Jim Brickman himself.
Moreover, “Valentine” topped both the pop charts and country charts as well. On the Billboard Hot Country Songs, the song peaked at No.9 and No.3 on Billboard Adult Contemporary. On the other hand, the song was part of Brickman’s album entitled “Picture This” and McBride’s album entitled “Evolution”.
Both artists collaborated to offer a very special song for the people who believe that love is unconditional. Bottom line is that “Valentine” will remind us that love can conquer all and love is the supreme facade to bind people.
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Jim Brickman, Martina McBride, Valentine
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