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Romantic Love Phrases and Cute Love Quotes in German 🥇
Say something lovely and cute in German to your sweetheart
Do you want to impress your crush?
Here are some German quotes about love and cute romantic phrases that you can use (not only for Valentine’s Day).
These romantic German phrases are beautiful ways to express your love and to flirt a little.
I love you every second of my life.
Du bist so wunderschön!
You are so beautiful!
Dein Lächeln verändert meinen ganzen Tag.
Your smile changes my whole day.
Alles, was ich jemals wollte, war dich zum Lächeln zu bringen.
All I ever wanted to do was to make you smile.
Niemand ist perfekt, aber du bist perfekt für mich.
Nobody’s perfect but you’re perfect for me.
Ich esse nicht, ich schlafe nicht, ich tue nichts anderes, als an dich zu denken.
I don’t eat, I don’t sleep, I do nothing but think of you.
Ich liebe den Moment, wenn du mir in die Augen schaust und dann lächelst.
I love the moment when you look into my eyes and smile.
Du bringst Farbe in mein Leben und ein Funkeln in meine Augen.
You add color to my life and a sparkle to my eyes.
Wenn ich krank wäre, würde dein Lächeln die süßeste Medizin sein.
If I were sick, your smile would be the sweetest medicine.
Ich könnte eine Million Mädchen küssen, aber es würde nicht so viel bedeuten, wie deine Hand zu halten.
I could kiss a million girls but it wouldn’t mean as much as holding your hand.
Du bist immer noch das erste, was mir einfällt, wenn sie sagen: „Wünsch dir was.“
You’re still the first thing that I think about when they say, „Make a wish.“
Halt einfach die Klappe und küss mich.
Just shut up and kiss me.
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