Songs have always been your escape, whether you’re working out, going to an uninteresting party, or in an unpleasant situation.

We are fortunate to have such enduring music at our disposal to carry us through the day.

Take a peek at some of the most well-known musicians of the twenty-first century: Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Rihanna, and Enrique Iglesias. They have all written a number of heartfelt love songs that have made the musicians some of their biggest and most cherished hits.

Ocean Eyes, a song by Billie Eilish (2015)

When Eilish’s breakthrough song was originally published on SoundCloud, she was just 14 years old and had whispery, dreamy vocals.

The haunting chorus, “I’m scared/ I’ve never fallen from quite so high,” makes it easy to imagine lovers in an embrace, blissfully unaware of anything else.

Song by Rihanna, “Love on the Brain” (2016)

When it comes to producing catchy love songs, Rihanna is an expert, but “Love on the Brain” satisfies a deeper, more passionate desire than almost any other private track in her discography. Her gripping falsetto aches with need in a manner that her admirers have never heard from her, and the doo-wop production’s older, deeper flavor adds to this.

“Love Story” by Taylor Swift (2008)

Taylor Swift has written several love songs since “Love Story” was released 14 years ago that are much more sophisticated and subtle, but she has admitted that she will still have to perform them.

“I’m A Freak” by Enrique Iglesias

It wasn’t the first time Enrique and the American rapper collaborated, but “I’m A Freak,” the first multi-market single from the Sex And Love album, was unavoidably a massive international club hit.

Could I Have This kiss forever

Enrique’s ability to hire an icon like Whitney Houston at the very beginning of his worldwide career speaks much about the excitement surrounding him. Whitney still holds the distinction for the finest duet ever recorded with this seductive classic from lyricist Dianne Warren.