The List: Favorite Break- Up Songs

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What’s your favorite break-up song? Every time I ask this question I always get the strangest looks. Why would you have a favorite song for such a depressing event? Dane Cook explained it best in one of his stand-up routines, “Sometimes the world taps you on the shoulder and says, you’re going to cry today.” Break-ups are inevitable, like dropping a plate full of spaghetti onto your lap when you are wearing white. I have found that most everyone has a go-to song to describe exactly how they feel in that moment. I think knowing someone else who has gone through this exact situation, and lived through it, is very comforting. So after polling my friends, here are just a few of our favorite break-up songs:

1 End of the Road- Boyz II Men

2 I Can’t Make You Love Me- Bonnie Raitt

3 Someone Like You- Adele

4 Don’t Look Back in Anger- Oasis

5 Miserable at Best- Mayday Parade

6 Fighter- Christina Aguilera

7 Stupid Boy- Keith Urban

8 Nothing Compares to You- Sinead O’Connor

9 Nothing Else Matters- Metallica

10 Don’t Cry- Guns and Roses

 

Did your song make the list?

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2 thoughts on “The List: Favorite Break- Up Songs

  1. Don’t Look Back In Anger will always be my favorite, and it’s Oasis’ best song period.

  2. Donna Angelo says:

    That Bonnie Raitt song was a biggie during my last breakup. Another one was “Say It” by Jared Sagal. Thankfully, The Bob turned that song turned into “Over You” by Chris Daughtry.

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