Train's Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)

Before their  hit song Hey, Soul Sister and If Its Love, there was Drops of Jupiter. The song was nominated for 5 Grammy back in 2002, and won two awards, one for best arrangement and the other for best rock song.

The song according to the lead vocalist Patrick Monahan was inspired by the death of his mother that came to him by a dream which was later turned into a love song.

And if you are wondering if there are more astrological terms in the song, there are plenty. Venus, Milky Way, shooting star, sun etc. Poetically, the use of references to planets, stars, and galaxies gives an ethereal feel to the music, contributing to its popularity. The lyrics propose a lost lover who has 'found a shooting star', explored the Universe, but comes home.

John Legend's P.D.A (We Just Don't Care)

I'm not really a fan of Public Display of Affection (PDA: kissing, hugging and, holding hands in public places), but this expressive song and naughty lyrics just keeps me coming back for more. 

The sweet piano ryhtm, the melodic drum beats plus his soulful voice makes this song one of my favorites.The soothing effect will reminisce that you have had an urge to make love romantically to someone. 

This song was the third released single in 2007 form his album Once Again and I been listening to this track up to this day. It just makes me smile.