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Unforgettable - Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole
Nat King Cole had the hit with this song about a girl nobody can forget. This latter version features his daughter, Natalie, and it's sung as a tribute to Nat. Both are unforgettable, and so is this fine ballad.
Universe - Mark Wills
You're My Universe" is another way of saying someone is their everyone. Mark Wills sings this country ballad over a standard country steel guitar, piano and rhythm arrangement. It's warm way of expressing appreciation.
Wachet Auf- J.S. Bach
Wachet Auf" was one of J.S. Bach's prettiest melodies. It's nice, calm dinner music. It just makes you feel good when it's played.
Walk With You- Edwin McCain
Edwin McCain sings about taking a slow, sweet walk with his girl. McCain sings it over a quiet, folk-is arrangement. It describes how this walk brings back great memories.
What a wonderful world- Louis Armstrong
Friends shaking hands/Saying, 'How do you do?'/What they're really saying is, 'I love you." These are fantastic lyrics because they pinpoint how people -- mainly men -- behave. They don't always say what they're feeling, but they show it somehow. Louis Armstrong sings it perfectly with his gravel voice.
 When I Need you - Leo Sayer
Leo Sayer sings a song of devotion about one who is "only a heartbeat away." It's mainly just piano and Sayer's voice. He vocalizes with devotion.
When I said I do - Clint Black
Clint Black sings "When I Said I Do" with his real life wife, Linda Hartman. It's a wonderful wedding song. He's a country singer, but this ballad will appeal to everyone.
When I'm - The Beatles
Young people have trouble imagining growing older. This Beatles song asks if a partner will still love them, when they're 64. It's test of true love. The arrangement is kind of jazzy, which is very different from much of the typical Beatles music from that period.
When You Come Back Down- Nickel Creek
Nickel Creek is a bluegrass act. This song, though, is an acoustic ballad. It's all about waiting someone.
When You Need Me- Bruce Springsteen
When you need me, I'll be there," Bruce Springsteen sings in this ballad. He sings it over a sparse arrangement. Springsteen has always sounded older than his years. He vocalizes his vow to always be there for another.
When You Say Nothing At All- Alison Krauss
Non-verbal communication is essential in any relationship. Sometimes people say more without words than they every do verbally. This acoustic, bluegrass-accented Alison Krauss song speaks of this behavior.
When You Say Nothing At All - Ronan Keating
Ronan Keating sings this song about how people express themselves over a piano-accented pop arrangement. He hears a lot of talking, without saying much. But when he sees his girl, she speaks volumes -- just the way he looks at him.
White On White - Danny Williams
This big string arrangement tells the story from a dad's perspective about a daughter getting married. He sings of his pride. The song's title describes the wedding gown, a big part of any wedding ceremony.
Who Knows Where the Time Goes - Judy Collins
Sandy Denny wrote "Who Knows Where the Time Goes," which Judy Collins sings. It's all about the passing of time. This makes a person wonder where all the time goes.
Wild World - Cat Stevens
As if we didn't already realize it, Cat Stevens reminds us that the world we live in is a wild place. It's almost like saying, 'drive carefully.' Shouldn't that go without saying? This aggressive folk song makes it's point, though.
Wind beneath my wings- Bette Midler
Bette Midler is a great entertainer. She can act in funny movies, and even sing funny songs. This song, though, is serious. It's about how another one seemingly keeps their loved one in flight.
Winter - Tori Amos
Tori Amos has recorded stranger songs than this one. This is one of her more straightforward songs about how "things change so fast" in life. It's also a song about always wanting another one near.
Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton
Eric Clapton, known as slowhand for his guitar skills, sings a quiet one. It's just a sudden reflection on how good a woman looks, dressed up to go out. It’s a sweet ballad.
You and I - Stevie Wonder
This early Stevie Wonder songs finds the singer/songwriter sitting at the piano, telling his girl he's glad he found her. Wonder has one of the most naturally soulful voices. He pours so much sincere feeling into the way he sings.
You and Me Against The World - Helen Reddy
Helen Reddy sings about the bond between a mom and daughter. It's true, sometimes it feels like two against the world. That’s a bond that will never fail. Sometimes outside friction causes a bond to grow tighter. This ballad expresses such a situation.
You Are A Big Girl Now - Stylistics
The Stylistics sang great harmonies. This song speaks of how a girl grows up to be a woman. It's a light soul song. This girl is no longer "daddy's little girl."
You Are Loved (don't give up)- Josh Groban
This song was originally a Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush. They sang it as a duet. Josh Groban sings it as a big, pop-classical ballad.
You Are So Beautiful - Joe Cocker
The way Joe Cocker's voice breaks up during this song is a nice, vulnerable moment. It's rare to hear on a recording. However, some of the most honest statements are honest like this.
You Are the Sunshine of My Life - Stevie Wonder
Sunshine represents light and warmth in a life. So when Stevie Wonder calls a woman the "sunshine of his life," he's putting her in a special place. This '70s soul song also brings warmth and light to the listener.
You Belong to Me - The Duprees
Everybody is looking to belong. This old Duprees song claims ownership. This is ownership in the best possible sense. It's the ownership of love.
You Bring Me Joy- Anita Baker
When a lover brings joy to your life, that partner's keeper. It's one thing to bring home the bacon. Nevertheless, joy is better than good food. You can eat and be miserable. Anita Baker sings about the one that brings her great joy.
You Can Let Go Now Daddy - Crystal Shawanda
This is a country ballad. It speaks of the relationship between a parent and daughter. It's hard to let go of our children. But a time comes when we must.
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