20 of the Best Engelbert Humperdinck Songs of All Time

Engelbert Humperdinck is a well-known British singer who has had a long and successful career. He has managed to grab the hearts of audiences from his humble beginnings in 1967 until now. He has sung several well-known ballads that depict various aspects of love and is described as “one of the finest middle-of-the-road balladeers around”.

Do you want to know which songs of Engelbert Humperdinck are the best? Prepare your headsets and review the list below. Good luck with your listening!

1. “After the Lovin”

This gold record achiever was a single released in late 1976. It continued to gain success until early 1977. This song is very easy to listen to and talks about a man deeply in love with a woman.

The lyrics about is about making love. After the deed, the man realized he has strong feelings for the woman and promises that his love for her will never change.

2. “Release Me”

Engelbert Humperdinck was not the first musician to record this song, but when he sang it on a television show in 1967, it became a hit. His version received international acclaim and remained on the charts for a long time.

This song is about longing to be free after falling out of love. If your lover asks for this, can you grant it?

3. “Quando, Quando, Quando”

This upbeat and catchy song is tinged with romantic vibes and begins with poetic instrumentals that draws listeners to keep listening.

Quando is an Italian word that means “when,” and the story about this tune is a guy who is waiting for a female to notice him. The words imply that they are still in the courting stage, and the man is eager for her answer. Don’t make them wait too long ladies!

4. “Still”

This love song is for everybody who has ever been in love but failed to keep the relationship going. The story revolves around a man who is missing his woman.

He has a lot of memories of her. He admits that despite their horrible actions, he still loves her. The fact that they fell in love when they were still young may have contributed to their breakup.

5. “Les Bicyclettes De Belsize”

This 1969 number is about Belsize Park, located in London, United Kingdom. It is a song that did well and charted both in the United Kingdom and the United States. It talks about two people enjoying a bike ride side by side.

The two characters are young and idealistic, capturing the beauty of youth and the optimism that comes with love. It just shows how it is great to be young and in love.

6. “The Last Waltz”

This mellow tune from the 1960s is one of the best Engelbert Humperdinck songs. During its era, dancehalls and discos frequently played it as the closing song of the day. The melody talks about two lonely people who coincidentally met.

They agree to dance the “The Last Waltz” and eventually felt something special towards each other. The track closes that the two fell in love. The last waltz becomes the dance that brings two people together.

7. “Heart Don’t Fail Me Now”

This mellow and slow song features an an enchanting opening piano. As a short and sweet pop melody, it talks about the possibility of second chances. The protagonist in the track is gathering his courage to take a second shot in love.

8. “A Man Without Love”

This 1960s song makes for a rhythmic and pleasant listening experience. It talks about how life would be if no love is present in your life. The chorus is very catchy and you can feel the emotions invested in it.

The narrative is about a guy who still has lingering feelings for his ex lover. Based on how the song was performed, it appears like he still haven’t moved on.

9. “Spanish Eyes”

This tune is from the album “A Man Without Love” released in 1968. It is a ballad about a man meeting a lovely lady in Mexico. She has distinctive features like blue “Spanish Eyes”. 

The man has to leave the city which makes the woman sad and leaves her shedding tears. The man promises to return to her and asks the lady to wait for him until it happens.

10. “Am I That Easy to Forget”

This rendition of “Am I That Easy to Forget” by Engelbert Humperdinck is the highest-ranking version of this song. He released this in 1968 as a single from the album “The Last Waltz”.

The song is about a man who is depressed since his former lover has moved on. He wonders why it happened so quickly and if he is that forgettable.

The song captures post-breakup emotions, resonating with a wide audience. It achieved success in the US, UK, and Ireland.

11. “I’m A Better Man (For Having Loved You)”

This pop tune from 1969 is full of calming sounds. It’s about a man who confesses his feelings for a woman he adores and claims that loving her has made him a better person.

The song proves that even if a relationship does not end happily, it may still be beneficial. After all these years, the ex-couple still respects each other.

12. “What Now My Love”

This tune is from the 1967 album “The Last Waltz” and talks about a man contemplating his recent breakup. He feels sad and lost that the relationship did not work out.

This track is relatable for anyone who has faced a sad breakup. High in emotional turmoil, this track talks about a time when coping seems impossible.

13. “Beautiful Baby”

This lovely tune is from the album “You and Your Lover” which was released in 1983. The song’s lyrics tell the story of a couple’s relationship, all the way from their courtship to when they get married to the birth of their daughter.

The song celebrates the joy of parenthood, as the singer expresses happiness for having two wonderful girls in his life.

14. “Take My Heart”

Have you ever experienced a breakup? Was there a time you felt that it is only temporary and you will get back together? It is the theme of the 1966 song “Take My Heart” from the album “Release Me”. The protagonist feels certain that everything will work out in the end.

15. “Winter World of Love”

A well-received pop song around the world, this song is about a couple’s romantic love.

In the winter’s embrace, they chose to stay close, sharing intimate moments to keep warm. This song is perfect for cuddling with someone you care about.

16. “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”

This 1968 song is about a man who is mesmerized by the beauty of a lady.

His awe turned into a burning desire, which ultimately blossomed into love. In the track, the protagonist lavishes praise on the woman and begs her for an opportunity to love her.

17. “There Goes My Everything”

When one partner is unhappy in a relationship is unhappy, they are more likely to put an end to things and that’s the theme of the track, “There Goes My Everything”. It depicts a situation in which a woman abandons her husband. The story’s protagonist is depressed and ponders what went wrong and has no choice but to accept the break-up. 

18. “Sweetheart”

Ever felt in a one-sided relationship? “Sweetheart” song nails it. The song’s plot centers around a lady who, although getting love, is sad.

Her partner acknowledges her feelings and accepts that the relationship is over. This is a song about unrequited love where you set the partner free so they can find happiness. 

19. “This Moment in Time”

This is the title track from the same-named album from 1979. It was a popular track and is widely regarded as one of Engelbert Humperdinck’s best tunes. It discusses how love can alter a person’s perspective and when you are in love, everything looks lovely!

20. “She”

The title is familiar because it was included in the soundtrack of the box office blockbuster “Nottinghill.” Engelbert Humperdinck’s version, however, was released in 2003 on the album “Definition of Love.”

The romantic ballad is about a man who is fascinated by a lady’s beauty. It progressed to love and the lyrics declare his resolve to go to whatever length to be with her. Isn’t that what happens when love enters life!

Final Thoughts

Engelbert Humperdinck’s vocals have made fans fall in love over the years. The majority of his songs are relatable and passionate which makes it a worthwhile and relaxing to listen to. It’s ideal for days when you want to unwind and rest.

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