28 Spanish Love Songs for Every Day of February
Did you know you can learn the language by practicing Spanish love songs?
Here are 28 of the best—one for each day of February!
They say Spanish is one of the most romantic languages of the world, so surprising your Valentine with a Spanish serenade is not a bad idea. Let one of these beautiful hand-picked pieces inspire you.
Choose the song that makes your heart sing and learn Spanish while impressing that special person this February!
¡Aprendamos canciones de amor en español!
Let’s learn Spanish love songs!
Songs About Love at First Sight
1. Todo cambió – Camila (2006)
Todo cambió means “Everything Changed” and it’s a Spanish love song about the new feelings the singer has now that he met his significant other.
He tells us in delicate words how easy it was to fall for this woman; how he interrupted their first conversation to tell her that she’s the love of his life. Talk about love at first sight!
2. Entra en mi vida – Sin Bandera (2001)
Entra en mi vida or “Enter My Life” is about a man begging someone to enter his life. The lyrics detail how all logic and reason sometimes exit the heart to make room for love.
This is one of the most beautiful songs in Spanish and is perfect for a relationship that is beginning.
Fun Love Songs
3. Todo de ti – Rauw Alejandro (2021)
Todo de ti was the romantic summer song for her of 2021. It has a little funk, some 80s skating and a lot of daydreaming fun clichés.
Do you like dancing duels? You got it. Are you into skating rinks? The video setting is in one. “Everything About You” is one of the best songs to send to your crush—there’s compliments everywhere—and is perfect for beach playlists. Half a billion viewers endorse it.
4. Mi nuevo vicio – Morat (2018)
“You Are My New Vice.” That’s how intensely these guys describe the feeling. They talk about a relationship where she has the upper hand, where her dice are loaded.
This Spanish love song has a fun melody, fun lyrics, and even a fun official lyric video.
5. Magia – Álvaro Soler (2021)
“The magic of your lips talks to me about Peter Pan and Rock n Roll.” How cute is this? Magic is one of my favorite crush songs ever.
The first part of the lyrics is Álvaro asking that special person out on an outdoor adventure that I’m sure went well.
6. La cosa más bella – Eros Ramazzotti (1996)
“The Most Beautiful Thing” is one of the best songs to dedicate to your significant other. As a native Spanish speaker, you can recognize this Spanish love song everywhere.
The chorus says:
“There will never be something more beautiful than you,
Something as incredible as you,
Unique as you are,
Immense when you want,
Thanks for existing.”
7. Hasta que amanezca – Lucero (2017)
Regional music is the best. It is a magnificent window to other cultures. Beautiful Lucero sings this Spanish love song for him saying “love me and let me love you my way … let people talk.”
8. No hace falta – Mijares (1991)
In “There’s No Need” or No hace falta, Mijares tells us about a beautiful, perfect love. He says there’s no need for expressing love with words, gestures or giving looks.
Love is always there, when something changes it is just the scenery, not the feeling.
9. Si nos dejan – Luis Miguel (1995)
This Spanish love song is perfect for a mariachi serenade. “If they let us, we will love each other forever… we can still be happy.”
This is for a couple that knows how to overcome the terrible challenges of a world that seems to disapprove of their relationship.
10. Canta corazón – Alejandro Fernández (2004)
“I told you singing that without my kisses you can’t start your mornings.”
This is a song about a couple that is back together… and Alejandro knew all along they’d be back.
11. Colgado en tus manos – Carlos Baute and Matha Sánchez (2008)
“I’m hanging by your hands so don’t let me fall.” This couple remembers all the fun trips they made and the poems they wrote to each other.
It is a fun Spanish love song with a lot of rhythm perfect for a duo.
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Songs About Someone You Can’t Be With
12. ¿Qué voy a hacer con mi amor? – Alejandro Fernández (2004)
What Will I Do With My Love? is what Alejandro Fernández asks while explaining painfully how he did everything he could to keep her but she didn’t want to stay.
He doesn’t know what to do with all the love he has for her, once beautiful, now piercing and pungent. His heartbreak will get to you quickly with this popular classic.
13. Me niego – Reik (2018)
In the video they aren’t together anymore. Things happened, they miss each other but can’t go back.
They have moved on but “losing each other” takes a different meaning now that he was in a car accident. This Spanish love song is about denial and wanting each other back.
15. Equivocada – Thalía (2009)
“Mistaken” is about a girl in a painful love, where she realizes she is not reciprocated. She is still in love but has to be strong and make difficult decisions.
The live interpretation of Mexican singer Thalía is just beautiful and very moving.
14. Prometiste – Pepe Aguilar (2015)
“You Promised Me” sings Pepe Aguilar about a love that didn’t keep their promises of not leaving, of staying for good and bad.
This Spanish love song is nostalgic and is one of the songs to listen to when you miss someone.
16. Tu falta de querer – Mon Laferte (2015)
We don’t know why the couple broke apart—not even the singer knows—but they aren’t together anymore.
Mon Laferte is desperate to know why there is a falta de querer (lack of loving). Of all the songs about loving someone, this has to be one of the most cathartic ones in Spanish.
17. Inevitable – Shakira (1998)
Before her hips didn’t lie, Shakira was a hopeless romantic. But this Spanish love song is more of a confession. She admits to all the things she does when there’s no one around.
Although Shakira knows he isn’t coming back, she can’t forget him, because loving him is “Inevitable.” Sad and powerful.
18. Amor eterno – Rocío Dúrcal (1978)
Some Spanish love songs are tragic. In this song, they can’t be together because he died. But she sings “Eternal Love” and promises she will be next to him soon enough to keep loving each other.
Sometimes old songs are the best, this one is classy, classic, and crushing.
Love Songs for Teens
19. Eres – Café Tacvba (2003)
“You are” is a cult piece of art when it comes to Spanish love songs. Written by the iconic band Café Tacvba, the lyrics are perfect for a serenade.
The video is about teen love, and it is black and white which makes it all more dramatic and beautiful at the same time.
This song is about how passionate and enthralling the first love can be. “You are what people promise when they love each other, my salvation, my hope and my faith.”
20. El chico del apartamento 512 – Selena (1994)
This Spanish love song is about a girl that writes letters day and night that she can’t deliver to the boy of the 512 apartment.
Emblematic Selena sings this as remembering her first impossible love. As far as we know nothing ever happened between them, just innocent looks and word exchange, but it can sure make you feel like you are 14 all over again.
21. Brillas – León Larregui (2013)
“You shine, you shine so pretty.” This is not a song, but a poem by talented songwriter León Lárregui.
The lyrics and video of this Spanish love song tells us of a carefree couple, looking at the moon, playing the guitar, with no worries whatsoever.
The vibe of this piece is contagious and invites us to have a moment of peaceful introspection and to enjoy yourselves.
22. Cuando me enamoro – Enrique Iglesias and Juan Luis Guerra (2010)
According to Enrique Iglesias, the time stops when he falls in love, he wasn’t expecting it but it happened and his soul finally came back to his body. You can slow dance to this one.
23. Somos novios – Luis Miguel (1994)
In this Spanish love song Luis Miguel tells us about a perfectly imperfect couple, with strengths and weaknesses, that sometimes get mad but regardless they are in love.
It is an extremely romantic classic by the most popular living singer in Mexico.
24. Mi persona favorita – Alejandro Sanz and Camila Cabello (2019)
This is a fun Spanish love song about your favorite person. It has Spanish guitars, the Andalusian voice of Alejandro Sanz and the Cuban accent of Camila Cabello.
25. Nunca es Suficiente – Los Ángeles Azules and Natalia Lafourcade (2018)
He is playing with her love without realizing that what she offers is unconditional. He made her cry after he left, his karma is not to have a place in her memory.
The sweet voice of Natalia Lafourcade and the joyful melody makes you forget what the lyrics are about. It is almost a moving-forward song.
26. Solamente tú – Pablo Alborán (2011)
Have you ever felt like your significant other is incredibly unique?
This Spanish love song “Only You” describes exactly that and empowers the other to be their authentic self and to not cover scars.
27. Estoy enamorado – Thalía and Pedro Capó (2009)
Thalía was mistaken but now she is in love. “I am in love and your love makes me great.”
I think this is what everyone wants to feel when falling for a special person. Passionate lyrics, promises, and confessions.
This intense mix of emotions makes this song a moving, powerful one.
28. Te amaré – Miguel Bosé (1978)
This Spanish love song is a promise as the name translates to “I will love you.”
He swears love to a person that has faults and weaknesses like every human being, he promises that love will always remain.
Practice These Love Songs To Learn Spanish!
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