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Free Printable Love Song Lyrics Art

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This collection of free printable love song lyrics art is sure to bring out your inner sentimental sap! We’ve got songs from the past 6 decades, so there’s something for everyone!

[This post is for geared towards the men. Ladies, if you think they need it, feel free to print it out and put it on their morning toast.]

So. It’s that time of year again.

The time when Hapless Schmucks around the world make a beeline for the nearest florist to grossly overpay for a dozen long-stem roses.

In America, The Schmuck will then drive his Oldsmobuick to the nearest CVS, wherein he’ll plop down a fiver for a heart-shaped Whitman’s Sampler for Da Wife and a Slim Jim for himself.

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Content he’s fulfilled his annual duty, The Schmuck will smile to himself and marvel at his wondrous and preternatural husband skills.

Upon arriving home, he will note with satisfaction Da Wife’s smile (it’s the same smile every year), and bask in her gratitude when she says, “Roses and candy? You shouldn’t have, Harold. Really.”

Harold is beaming his own smile now, because he knows he’s still got it, even after all these years!

With a spring in his step, he walks to the bar and pours himself a bourbon and fixes Da Wife a whiskey sour.

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A timer beeps.

A meatloaf is produced and placed on a table set with linens and candles.

Lights are dimmed and candles lit.

As he tucks into his meatloaf, Harold looks up and sees the girl he married 40 years ago looking back at him from across the table.

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His breath catches in his throat at her beauty.

He puts his fork back on his plate and wipes his lips with a corner of a white linen napkin.

“I love you, Maribelle,” he says. He has never meant it more than at this moment.

Maribelle reaches across the table and places her hand upon his.

“Harold, my love,” she says and looks deep into his eyes, “I hate roses.”

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Don’t be a Hapless Schmuck!

Stop enabling the annual price-gouging in the long-stem rose market!

Do something original!

Da Wife (or Da Girlfriend) is a Woman, fer chrissakes!

Treat her like one!

Do something different!

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You don’t have to drop oodles of cash in some fancy French Snobatorium that serves food you can’t pronounce and likely can’t palate.

Just do something unexpected and (dare I say) a little romantic.

Okay, look, lemme help you out. You look a little lost.

You see these quotes? The ones below? Yeah, they’re Love Song Printables.

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What’s a printable? That’s a good question. I hadn’t heard of them either until my babes (Da Wife) told me about them a few years ago. They’re basically art you print at home. Yeah, they’re a thing.

Anyway, print one or two or three of them out. You can do it yourself or get them printed professionally. Totally up to you.

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But here’s the thing: you have to frame them. Don’t just give Da Wife a rolled-up love song like some sort of ancient papyrus scroll. Presentation is key, old chap!

Trust me, she’ll go gaga for it.

I’m talking foot massages for a week, even with your smelly sidewalk-slappers.

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You know what to do.

Now go do it!

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Have we missed a favorite love song of yours? Let us know in the comments, so we can start gathering lyrics for round 2!

We love to see our printables out in the wild! If you display our free printables in your home or use our free SVGs in your projects, and take a picture and post it on Instagram, be sure to tag us @TheNavagePatch!

Free Printable Love Song Lyrics Art

As usual, here is some information on the printables: we designed these 11 free printable love song lyrics art in three colors and to fit into a 16×20 inch frame or a 24×36 poster frame, though you may scale them up or down as necessary. 24×36 inch scales down easily to 20×30 / 16×24 / 12×18 / 8×12 / 4×6 inches, and 16×20 inch scales down to 12×15 / 8×10 / 4×5 inches with no problems. If you need help with scaling down these printables so you can print them using your home printer, then check out our “How To Easily Resize Pictures” post.

Note:  If you don’t have a large format printer like the Canon i8720 Printer (prints up to 13×19 inches) and are wondering the best place to get these large printables printed bigger than 8×12, we recommend trying Staples in your area or Amazon print shop. Both stores offer custom-sized prints on matte or glossy paper, and they both cost about the same. Staples also offers Engineering Prints, which are really affordable for large-format prints, but in some areas (like ours), they must be ordered from their online print shop.

Now it’s time to click on the button below to download today’s free printable love song lyrics art – they are all in the Book Page Art section of The VIP Patch.

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  1. LIke all of your projects, this one is great BUT don’t you run into copyright problems? These songs are still around. It’s probably okay to do it for you and Handan in your own home, but to post it on your website as a printable is different. You don’t want some eagle eyed lawyer calling on you!

    1. They stress these are for personal use only and are not selling anything with the lyrics. The lyrics are available online on quite a few sites. They are providing a print format at no cost, so they should be good. They are also siting the artist and giving them credit so they are avoiding plagiarism as well.

    2. Hi Karen, Mo summed it up nicely. Long and short: we’re not selling their work or claiming it as our own. We’re merely offering it in a format for people to print and hang as artwork.

  2. This is a great idea! I would love to see the lyrics to “It had to be you” in your second set.
    Thanks for the ideas!

  3. I think I LOVE you! Thanks- SO much! Brilliant idea!
    Oh! if you happen to have time. We would be thrilled to have “you are my sun” by Lionel Richie

  4. LOL! As I was looking at which songs you offered, it suddenly showed “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and for a second there I was worried that was someone’s idea of a love song ???

    You don’t have our song, but this is the perfect inspiration to create something similar using the lyrics from ours. Thanks for the great idea!

  5. These are brilliant! At Last was our song for our wedding and hubs and i still play and listen to it weekly. We dont celebrate valentines perse, but this will be a great piece to hang in his office!

  6. “Can’t take my eyes off you” my husband had a mariachi band perform this song to me the night before we eloped. Awe!

  7. What a great idea! I agree…much, much better than chocolate or roses AND they’ll probably last longer too! How about “If Tonight Is My Last” by Laura Izibor? Always one of my favorites. Going on 29 years for me and the hubs!

  8. Great idea. Great lyrics. I still like the chocolate and roses, though. Years ago, while still working, I had a student doing her preclinical with me. I expounded on my theory that a woman should get perfume, chocolates, flowers, and jewelry for Valentine’s Day (never happens to me!). Well, students never have any money, but onValentine’s Day she brought me a gift. A sandwich baggie with a few Hershey kisses (she knew I was trying to lose weight), a small silk rose, a handful of Avon perfume samples, and a child’s dollar store jewelry package with earrings, a ring, and best of all, a plastic tiara with a ruby red heart in the center! Well, I immediately donned all the jewels and got great looks as it was something I never did; I worked in an OT clinic with psych patients (veterans) who were rather used to some of my shenanigans. It was a great day! Thanx for bringing back the memory!

  9. My 50th wedding anniversary is the 30th of this month. Our first song we danced to was by Elvis can’t help falling in love. Could you post that. I would love to give it to my husband. If you could email me it that would be wonderful

  10. Love’s an adventure for sure as you well know ?
    In This Life/ Collin Raye is a good one.
    Thanks for the printables! You guys come up with the best stuff!

  11. I absolutely adore these, and this idea! My jam band has always been INXS, and my all time fav would be “Never Tear Us Apart.” You’re the best, Greg!

  12. I would love one from the song “Amazed” by Lonestar❤️!!! That’s our song and I’d love to hang it in our room! The hubs still sings it to me…it was playing while he asked me to marry him—-in front of his entire squadron at the Marine Corps Birthday Ball. That’s been 16 years ago!

  13. I must be really old I do not know many of the songs. But our song is “The 12th of Never, and for our 25th it was “How Do I Live?”

  14. Ya’ll read my mind! We played “At Last” as the recessional at our wedding. I have been wanting to make a sign with that for years and never found the time. You did it for me! I enjoy everything ya’ll do but this is the BEST. I’m going to et it printed today. THANK YOU!

  15. May I please second “Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Elvis? My son and his fiance (both in their early 20’s) will be using that as their first dance song later this year. When might you have “round two” available? Thanks for always having such great ideas!

  16. Recently discovered your website and love it. I really love the love songs as I am a Romantic. Celebrated 50 years of marriage after dating my husband for six years (I was 15 when we met and he was 16. We knew then we were soulmates). If you ever have time, I would love to have the song, “Days of Wine and Roses”. Thanks and keep up the great postings!

  17. Please consider doing I Can’t Help Falling In Love with You–Elvis Presley. My parents were married for 48 years, passed away at 68 (much too soon) within five weeks of each other. Please also consider doing Still the One–Orleans. This is “our song” for me and my husband. We’ll have been married for 45 years this October and we still cherish and adore each other. We really celebrate our married life as my husband comes from a family where everyone has married and divorced multiple times. His mom was married 6 times and his oldest sister 7! We have been so blessed to have found each other and to share this time called Life together. It’s always and adventure and I love him more with each moment!

      1. Thank you! We work hard at it and we love the joy and work of being married. Life with my Greg is the greatest adventure I could have dreamed of. You and Handan are such a cute little couple, it’s fun watching you share your life adventure with all of us. I recommend your blog every chance I get. Love the idea of the recipes!

  18. This is amazing! I would love Let’s Stay Together by Al Green and Come Away With Me by Norah Jones (our wedding song!)

  19. I would like the lyrics to the song everything I do I do it for you by Bryan Adams, It was my wedding song

  20. Would LOVE Save the Last Dance for Me lyrics. If you know the story of the meaning of the song…Doc Pomus contracted polio as a child and had to walk on crutches, before eventually being confined to a wheelchair in mid-life. He refused to be restricted by others’ perception of his disability, pursuing as a young man the attentions of attractive women and a career as a blues singer. Yet behind the romantic charm of “Save the Last Dance” lies the hidden regret and yearning he felt about his disability, which was encapsulated on one memorable day. The song is about a man telling his sweetheart to enjoy dancing the night away with other men so long as she saves the last one for him. It was inspired by Pomus’s wedding to the actress Willi Burke in 1957. At the reception, he sat and watched his beautiful bride dance with other men, including Raoul, his brother.