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In the aftermath of a breakupyou want to take some time to heal and possibly cry your eyes out in your car listening to sad breakup songs. We get it. The heart wants what it wants, and sometimes it just wants to feel. Here, you'll find the best breakup songs of all time complete with a few kiss-off tracks, for good measure. Rihanna may release club hit after club hit, but she really shines in her more vulnerable moments, like this pleading love song that is guaranteed to wreck even the strongest heart.
No list of sad love songs would be complete without the queen of heartbreak ball: the one and only Adele. This breakup ballad leaves you feeling empowered and ready to move on with the fierceness and dignity that only Queen Bey can inspire. When Drake and Rihanna team up, magic happens. Dolly Parton wrote this legendary love song, but Whitney Houston made it very, very, very famous.
This slow burning, pleading ballad featuring the golden voice of Christina Aguilera is about how powerless you can feel in a dying relationship. Did it break your heart when you first heard it? Taylor Swift knows her way around a love song. The pain and the regret are raw and real as Florence belts out, "I've been a fool and I've been blind. I can never leave the past behind.
I can see no way. Soulful singing with a dash of twang makes this the perfect country break up song: "Picture-perfect memories scattered all around the floor. Reaching for the phone 'cuz I can't fight it anymore. And I wonder if I ever cross your mind? For me it happens all the time. Brimming with breakup vibes, this pop-rock hit perfectly captures the moments leading up to a breakup: "She's all laid up in bed with a broken heart while I'm drinking Jack all alone in my local bar and we don't know how we got into this mad situation, only doing things out of frustration.
Stuck in reverse? Lights will guide you home, and you can cry your eyes out as this song plays on repeat. This one cuts deep: "You roll out of a bed, and down on your knees, and for a moment you can hardly breathe. That's exactly what the absolute worst breakups feel like at first. On the sassy side of splits you'll find "Ex's and Oh's. When you're ready to move on, press play on this Kygo hit. Boyce Avenue also does a breathtaking acoustic cover with Sarah Hyland that's also worth checking out.
No good conversation ever starts with "We need to talk. Slow and chilling, Bay's crystal voice will have you reaching for your tissues in no time. Cry it out, girl. Let it go. Sometimes it's wrong, sometimes it's right. For the times it's wrong, just exhale with Whitney. Wishing they'd call? Losing hope? Can't sleep? Feeling like the world is cruel? This is your jam. This breakup song captures that moment where your love is withering, your bond is weak, and things are just a mess.
If you're the opposite of fine, and the harsh reality is you're not over it, take comfort in this song that proves you're not the only one that feels this way. Passenger perfectly captures the unique emptiness that a breakup feels like: "Only know you've been high when you're feeling low, only hate the road when you're missing home, only know your lover when you let her go.
Wondering if you'll ever get over it? You will. But in the meantime, you've got the sweet stylings of the one and only Babyface. With angst and attitude, JoJo almost makes you happy it's over: "Get out, right now, it's the end of you and me. It's too late and I can't wait for you to be gone. You said that you would treat me right, but you were just a waste of time. Feeling lonely? Missing the beautiful beginning of the relationship, long before it all went awry?
If you're finding it hard to move on, this is your soundtrack. When everything is falling apart and you don't want to acknowledge it, that's the time to press play on this hit: "I know this will kill me when it's over. I don't want to think about it. I just want you to love me now. Carole King wrote this Grammy-winning breakup song in a single day after her relationship with James Taylor ended. The '70s lyrics still apply today: "It's too late, baby now, it's too late.
Though we really did try to make it. Somethin' inside has died, and I can't hide and I just can't fake it.
Either way, this will give you chills. If you know, deep down, that you're going to come out of this better and stronger, this is your anthem. Her angel voice. This song, however, is all about moving onward and upward. It's the song to play when you've had it up to here and you just want to shake your ex or soon-to-be ex off.
Throw it back with this quintessential '60s hit: "Go away from my window, leave at your own chosen speed. I'm not the one you want, babe. I'm not the one you need. This will end up on repeat when you're in the post-breakup anger phase: "They say that they don't see what you see in me. You wait a couple months then you gon' see. You'll never find nobody better than me.
If you've had enough of an endless merry-go-round of breaking up and getting back together and are ready to break up one last time, this song is for you. Feeling underappreciated? Or just plain confused as to why your crush isn't feeling you?
When I make me so damn easy to need. I got beauty, I got class, I got style, I got … And you don't even care to care. You know that feeling that your former flame has left a permanent imprint? Jordin gets it: "I loved you once, needed protection.
You're still a part of everything I do. You're on my heart just like a tattoo. Just like a tattoo I'll always have you. If you can relate to the feeling of wanting to take a chainsaw to everything your ex ever touched, then press play. When it's hard to deal and you wish you could just yell out "Please don't leave me!
Press play on this track instead. There are some relationships that are so special that you remember the love years and even decades later. This is actually a really sweet breakup song. Nothing bad is said about the ex—it's just a fond look back at once was: "You look like a movie. You sound like a song. My God, this reminds me of when we were young. Miley likens her love to a broken house: "There's nothing left, it's smoking—and we both know it. Not all breakups are sad: some are happy affairs where you cut ties with the person who always rained on your parade.
You think I'm crying on my own well I ain't. The show's over, Rihanna's had enough, and like the title says, her ex can just take a bow. This OG heartbreak song has it all: a melancholy melody, a soulful voice, and lyrics that are chock-full of pain and sorrow. If you've said goodbye, but still don't feel like it's goodbye, this is the song for you. You can't help sing along to this classic rock hit: "Oh Maggie I wish I'd never seen your face.
You made a first-class fool out of me. But I'm as blind as a fool can be. You stole my heart but I love you anyway. Breakups can leave you feeling so hurt you practically need stitches, and Shawn Mendes can relate.Songs about moving on after a break up
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35 Top Songs About Moving On After a Break-Up