Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. In this time of crisis, love and relationships analysts are betting on a big comeback of serenades. Sounds cheesy? Maybe, but it doesn’t cost much, and it’s a sure win if you show good taste (in your lady’s eye, anyway)! Discover our selection of “seduction” scores that you can download off the “Free Score of the Day” section of mySongBook this week.
Scorpions – Still Loving You (Full Score)
Probably the one FM-radio Hard-Rock band with more fans among the ladies than among men. If you can sing at the same time, you are marriage material.
Plain White T’s – Here There Delilah (Guitar/Vocal)
Show off your trendy side, with a song arranged for solo guitar. This is melancholy, sure, but the “I-think-of-you-while-watching-the-raindrops-outside-the-window” still works. No need to re-invent the wheel, is there?
Ben Harper – Sexual Healing (Full Score)
Don’t play coy, here. Just play the tune, and then… With a title like this, you are sending quite the subliminal message to your honey, for sure.
Elvis Presley – Love Me Tender (Solo Guitar)
Our elders are entitled to their own references. Seriously, though, this is an exclusive arrangement that will put your playing technique to the fore. You are a stray bachelor? This is still a great picking exercise for you.
Jason Mraz – I’m Yours (Ukulele Duet)
The ukulele is quite the trend of the time. With this song, you’ll stick to the current vogue. You are fashionable, there, no doubt about it.
Led Zeppelin – Since I’ve Been Loving You (Full Score)
Now is time to take your electric guitar out and to turn your tube amp on. This is a suave song full of mellow, to play standing with your detached hair falling on your face and the spotlights aiming right at you. On the other hand, you may do without the dragon-printed “Jimmy Page” shirt. No need to get carried away that way.
The Rolling Stones – Angie (Solo Guitar)
Watch out, you’re taking risks here! Even though this is an absolute classic, you’d better focus on your playing technique and avoid getting too much into the lyrics. We shall decline all responsibility for any and all break-ups, starting this Wednesday, February 15th, 2012.
You can follow our daily additions on mySongBook and on Twitter this week. Good luck, and this is hoping this all works out for you. If not, well, at least you’ll be practicing great songs that may one day come in handy for a future hook-up scene.