Ever since people start writing songs, love songs have been around. After all, it is a universal language and subject. However, in order to make this list of 10 most tender rock ‘n’ roll songs ever, cuts had to cut deep into our hearts, saying things which might be a bit hard to put into our own words. Without further due, here is our list. Check it out.
1. You’re My Best Friend – Queen
From: A Night at the Opera (1975)
Queen are a British rock band formed in London in 1970. They originally consisted of Roger Taylor (drums, vocals), John Deacon (bass guitar), Brian May (guitar, vocals), and Freddie Mercury (lead vocals, piano). Queen song, You’re My Best Friend, found its way on our list. Queen bassist John Deacon wrote the song for his wife.
Its heartfelt message of love makes this song one of the band’s most enduring, as well as universal songs. You’re My Best Friend is also one of the most straightforward songs in the group’s catalog, featuring a bouncy Wurlitzer driving the melody and a winning vocal by Freddie Mercury. This song found its way on many lists, such as this one.