'Jackson', Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
In 1967, Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash recorded 'Jackson' together, reaching #2 on the country music charts.
'I Got You Babe', Sonny and Cher
Sonny and Cher topped the charts for three weeks with their 1965 hit, 'I Got You Babe'.
'Proud Mary', Ike & Tina Turner
In 1971, Ike & Tina Turner brought us 'Proud Mary', and Tina's stage prowess was forever cemented in our minds.
'Crazy in Love', Jay Z and Beyonce
In 2003, 'Crazy in Love' spent 2 months at the top of the Billboard charts, and more than 10 years later, Jay Z and Beyonce are more informally known as Mr. and Mrs. Carter - and Family. In love, indeed!
'Evergreen', Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson
In 1976, while filming A Star is Born, Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson's relationship flourished, giving even more chemistry to their recording of 'Evergreen', the love theme from the film.
'Frozen Love', Buckingham Nicks
Pre-Fleetwood Mac, in 1973, Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks recorded 'Frozen Love' together.
'Over You', Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton
In 2012, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton performed her Platinum-certified hit 'Over You' live, and left no doubt of their love for each other with their soulful performance.
'Love Will Keep Us Together', The Captain and Tenille
1975's 'Love Will Keep Us Together' was so popular it led to 'The Captain and Tenille' variety show and an invitation to the White House to perform before President Ford and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
'It's Your Love', Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
The lovely duet by the First Couple of Country Music, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, 'It's Your Love' topped charts forsix weeks in 1997, and Faith was pregnant with the couple's first child in the video for the song.
'Something in Common', Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown
Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston's one and only musical collaboration 'Something in Common' was released in 1993 about an unlikely couple that find common ground o build a relationship on - apparently a true story.
'Who You Love', John Mayer and Katy Perry
John Mayer has called his on/off relationship with Katy Perry 'private and human'. Their duet is the story of opening your heart up and allowing yourself to fully love the person in your life.