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To celebrate Valentine’s Day, we asked our international team for their favorite love songs from around the world. Put them all together, and you have one wonderfully diverse, romantic, and loveable playlist. Take a romantic trip around the world with BLEND’s Valentine’s Day mix of the greatest international love songs. We recommend listening on shuffle for the best experience:
Thank you to all the BLEND Team members that contributed to this playlist, and a special thanks to all of our talented translators that submitted songs including: Qenut, Safinaz, Elisa, Verlow, Tatiana, Karina, Vion, Meriem, Sandra, Marija, Zbigniew, Nathanael, Hugo, Isabelle, and Sofia.
Looking to reach multilingual audiences this Valentine’s Day? Check out our free Valentine’s Day ads in 6 major languages, or contact us to learn more about our professional translation solutions for any campaign.
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