James Arthur's 'Say You Won't Let Go' Among Top-Trending Love Songs Around the World

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James Arthur in the video for "Say You Won't Let Go."

In honor of Valentine's Day, LyricFind releases the top-trending love songs, based on lyric searches around the world.

​James Arthur’s “Say You Won’t Let Go” is the top trending song about love in the United States, according to data provided by LyricFind.

In honor of Valentine’s Day, LyricFind analyzed the top-trending songs about love in various regions of North America, South America, Europe and Australia over a three-week period leading up to the Feb. 14 holiday. The graphic below shows the top songs about love in 11 countries.

The LyricFind Global and LyricFind U.S. charts rank the fastest momentum-gaining tracks in lyric-search queries globally and in the U.S., provided by LyricFind. The company is the world's leader in licensed lyrics, with data provided by more than 4,000 publishers and utilized by more than 100 services, including Amazon, Pandora, Deezer, Shazam, Microsoft, Yahoo, SoundHound and iHeartRadio.

Arthur’s “Say You Won’t Let Go,” about falling in love at first sight, spent two weeks at No. 1 on the LyricFind Global chart in October. The track is featured on his second studio album, Back From the Edge, and has been climbing up the Billboard Hot 100 since its debut on the chart in November; the song currently sits at No. 27 (on the chart dated Feb. 25).

In an interview with Genius, Arthur said he wanted to write a song about “spending your life with someone, even after death.” Hence the lyric, “But I wanna stay with you, until we’re gray and old.”

In Spain, the top song about love is Neiked’s “Sexual,” featuring DYO. The upbeat dance-pop track spent 12 weeks on the LyricFind Global chart, jumping as high as No. 3 in November. The track also appeared on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart at No. 22 (chart dated Jan. 7).

Elsewhere on LyricFind’s top-trending love songs, Calibre 50’s “Siempre Te Voy a Querer” is the top song in Mexico. The track, whose Spanish title translates to “I will always love you,” is at No. 8 and climbing on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Feb. 25).