Bob Dylan's song "Make You Feel My Love" originally recorded for his 1997 album Time Out Of Mind has become something of a contemporary pop standard. The gentle love song has been a chart hit for Billy Joel and Garth Brooks, but it is Adele's heartfelt reading that is most often recognized as the definitive recording.
"In Your Eyes" was first released as a track from Peter Gabriel's 1986 album So. However, it is the 1989 teen romance Say Anything that made the song one of the top classic love songs of all time. The movie's character Lloyd Dobler serenading his ex-girlfriend with a boombox playing "In Your Eyes" is one of the iconic film scenes of the 1980s.