The number of pro-relationship or love songs purchased increased dramatically in the Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2010, continued to rise, reaching a peak in late February and then gradually decreases to a minimum mid-September.
The website money.co.uk conducted research and analysis on the report turnover pro and cons fight songs for the iTunes relationship in 2010 reveals some surprising correlations. While sales of feel good songs of love does not arise in Valentine peaked a few weeks later and the song anti-relationship started to climb from the third week of May. sales tracking control against the superior general of the songs in favor of the relationship by a good margin over the summer and fall, reaching its lowest point in late October, when the songs for the Love has started to take the lead again.
Holli McMenamin, a graduate of Psychology in London, said he did not see how or why the anxiety affects the sales relationship songs, but no clear trend. “It’s an interesting snapshot of the general population’s mood, and the fact that there are such definite peaks and troughs suggest that that it is not as random as you would expect, or at least, not just the result of the ‘powers that be’”.