A Totally Un-Cheesy Valentine's Day Playlist

Each day leading up to Valentine’s Day, we’ll share a post in our Love, You series emphasizing your own personal growth in all your life’s relationships — regardless of their status. Here’s to finding warmth and wisdom in every moment on the journey, and learning to love yourself more along the way.

Whether it's a seventieth date or a second date, planning a Valentine's Day itinerary can be really stressful. Should the evening be calm and romantic? Fast-paced and fun? Somewhere in the middle? Well, while I can't plan your itinerary for you (sorry, guys), I can take one crucial element off your hands: the music.

This playlist does romance — minus the cheese — so you can get down to the business of wooing without worrying "Let's Get It On" might play next. (It won't. I promise.) So, take that extra time for a little yoga, a meditation session, or zone out in a hot bath. You should show yourself some TLC today, too.

1. You Don't Own Me — Grace, G-Easy

2. Begin Again — Purity Ring

3. Paradise Circus — Massive Attack

4. Fuel To Fire — Agnes Obel

5. The Bad in Each Other — Feist

6. Slow — Grouplove

7. Bridges — Broods

8. Inside The Idle Hour Club — Röyksopp and Robin

9. You Ain't Alone — Alabama Shakes

10. Criminal — Fiona Apple

11. Soon We'll Be Found — Sia

12. Girls Your Age — Transviolet

13. Icon Love — On An On

14. DNA — Clarity

15. Forever Bound — Von Grey

16. Sirens — Lola Marsh

17. Let It Go — Fe

18. You're The Best — Wet

19. Porcelain — Moby

20. I Found — Amber Run

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