I'm very eclectic in my music tastes. I like a bit of everything, some classical, a lot of old jazz, Patsy Cline, folk music, Matt Nathanson and even some harder stuff from bands like 3 Days Grace, Stone Sour and Godsmack. There isn't a genre that I really hate so picking out just two songs is challenging for me.
What I have noticed is that I tend to really get attached to pieces that are evocative. Things that have underlying meaning (to me), or a lot of soul to them. Songs like Stone Sour's Hesitate, Papa Roach's Scars, or Linkin Park's Iridescent are always on my playlists. One of my favorites and always will be though is Fuel, before they decided on getting a new front man. Bad idea Fuel, bad, bad idea.
As I was flipping through the rest of my music I came across songs like Tonic's If You Could Only See, Vertical Horizon's Forever, Adele's cover of Lovesong, (The Cure's version is just as good), and Theory of A Deadman's Not Meant To Be. I should also mention Chrostopher Cross' Sailing here, that song was played when I got married. My current favorite 'love song' though is Matt Nathanson's Run.
Because it's my blog and I can do what I want, I'm adding one more. My grandfather was a huge Patsy Cline fan, probably where I got my love for it, but she really does have a lovely voice. Think Adele only an earlier version.