Kenneth Downey, Too Close To Touch
In my opinion the most powerful love song on our discography is “Eiley.” It's not a typical love song but it does express, in a way, Keaton’s [Pierce, vocals] love for his sister. It is a testament of how strongly he feels for her and how he would give anything to have her back. Even his own life.
Joe Godino, the Menzingers
I think “Where Your Heartache Exists” is our favorite love song. I’m biased, though, because of how great I look in the video.
Blake Dahlinger, I The Mighty
We have a fair amount of songs about love and heartbreak, but the closest to a love song we have is my favorite song we've ever written. It's called “Slow Dancing Forever,” from our album Connector.
Jake Marquis, Sleep On It
In Sleep On It, I'm not even sure we've written a proper love song. Probably an older song of ours “Everything, All At Once” comes sort of close. We always touch on it, but it's usually in the past tense. Welcome to the broken hearts club.
Nicolas Lopez, Capsize
I think the closest thing we have to a real love song is “This Song Made Me Think Of You,” and even though the way we relate to it has changed since it was first written, I think if I had to dedicate one Capsize song to a girl at a school dance, it would definitely be that one.
Sherri DuPree-Bemis, Eisley
My current favorite Eisley love song is our new single “You Are Mine.” I wrote the lyrics for my husband and it's one of the most honest love songs I've written. We've been married eight years this coming April, and, even if sometimes we drive each other nuts, we're obsessed with one another and deeply in love.
Sage Nicole, the Regrettes
As for my favorite Regrettes love song, “A Living Human Girl.” It’s not your stereotypical love song. It's about self-love. That's what makes it so special. It's the type of love song we don't get enough of in the surplus of of love songs in the music world.
Simon Neil, Biffy Clyro
“Rearrange” is an apologetic love song. I'm basically saying sorry to my wife for all the shit she puts up with being married to me. I want her to know that without her I'd be nothing and I would do anything for her, even though I don't always show it.
Alex Gaskarth, All Time Low
I've never written super on-the-nose or stuff like that. Maybe “If These Sheets Were States” is one I really like as just a straight up I miss you/I love you kind of song.
Pete Wentz, Fall Out Boy
[We have] a bunch that are love songs. “Fourth Of July” is one I would go to. There's also one that's a hidden track on Folie À Deux called “Lullabies.” It's not a love song like a he-and-she love song, more of a love song for my first kid. But it's about just the love you can have for somebody.
Brendon Urie, Panic! At The Disco
I would have said “End Of All Things,” but now I think it’s “Death Of A Bachelor.” It’s that sentiment of, ”I’m not going to be a bachelor anymore. I’m yours.” There’s always been that one sentimental love song on every album—except Fever…[those are] anti-love songs.