It’s February. Stores are overflowing with heart-shaped candies, pink and red is everywhere, and romantic comedies are being suggested to you on Netflix. It can only mean one thing– Valentine’s Day is upon us. Whether you’re a Valentine’s Day hater or a blissed-out lover, this list has something for everyone. Here’s a song for every kind of person on Valentine’s Day.

1. “I Love You, I Love You, It’s Disgusting” – Broadside

For the Valentine’s Day lovers, who enjoy spoiling their friends or their significant others or even just their mom. This one is for those of you with a lot of love in your heart to give. This sugar-sweet song will make anyone blush.

2. “Tell Me It’s Okay” – Paramore

For the single people who don’t want to mingle, this song is all about self-love. It’s okay to be single, it’s okay to be alone and it’s okay to love yourself. This anthem is about self-acceptance and finding your own happiness.

3. “If I’m Lucky” – State Champs

This song is undeniably adorable and perfect for the couple that is over the heels in love with each other. Whether it’s your first Valentine’s Day together or your 50th, this song is sure to give you that “butterflies in your stomach” feeling all over again.

4. “Move Me” – Badflower

Where there is love, there is often heartbreak. For those of you who are going through a breakup or just hurting over someone, this song definitely pulls on the heartstrings. Valentine’s Day can be tough for the broken-hearted but good tunes– even if they’re sad– can save the day.

5. “We’re Going to be Friends” – The White Stripes

For the besties who don’t need anyone but each other on Valentine’s Day. Sometimes you find a friend and immediately click much like in this song. Platonic love is just as important as romantic love and a box of pizza, chocolate, a movie night in your pajamas and good music with your best friends is a perfectly acceptable way to spend your V-Day.

6. How Do I Tell A Girl I Want to Kiss Her?” – Modern Baseball

For the ones crushing hard on someone and they have no idea how badly you want them. Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to tell them how you feel and this song would do it perfectly. Be brave, you’ll regret not telling them how you feel in the long run

7. “I Hate You” – Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes

For the people who have a true disdain for this holiday they believe was created by the greeting card company to sell cards and chocolate. This is the song you blast in your headphones while you watch the couples drinking milkshakes from the same glass.

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