12 Songs When You Can’t Move On After A Break Up

(Last Updated On: January 30, 2019)

Break ups happen every day and the feelings that come with heart break can wreck your balance. Sometimes moving on is the hardest thing for someone to do and trying to get back with your ex to fix what is broken is the only thing that seems logical. Here are some songs to resonate with those feelings.

1.Charlie Puth feat Selena Gomez – We Don’t Talk Anymore


Here we see a couple who are bemoaning the regrets after a breakup.

 

2. Justin Bieber & Blood Pop – Friends


This is more about staying amiable after a breakup.

 

3. Cher Lloyd – Want You Back


The song is about how she broke up with a guy whom she though wasn’t good enough for her. Now that he has moved on, she wants him back.

 

4. Post Malone – Better Now


Post Malone sings about a past relationship and believes that his ex has feelings just as he does yet they are both masking the fact.

 

5. Ed Sheeran – Happier


The song is a story of someone reflecting on a failing relationship. The singer describes the paid of seeing their partner with someone else however the only way he can let his lover to be truly happy is to leave them.

 

6. Calum Scott –  You Are The Reason


The lyrics in the song show that even if the relationship is undergoing difficult times, the love may never go away.

 

7. Hailee Steinfeld – Rock Bottom


The song is about two people who are not good for each other and their relationship has descended to a complete rock bottom but they can’t let go.

 

8. XXXtentation – Sad


X sings about the struggle of letting go of a loved one and the feeling of depression that comes with it.

 

9. Rihanna – Stay


The song is off Rihanna’s 7th studio album Unapologetic.

 

10. Gnash – I Hate U, I Love U


Gnash describes the track as missing someone sucks but it’s important to feel.

 

11. Rihanna, NeYo – Hate That I Love You


This is an uptempo duet between Rihanna and Ne-Yo which talks about conflicted love.

 

12. Pink – Please Don’t Leave Me


This is a song from her fifth studio album and is a mid tempo track that talks about a love-hate relationship. It is about not being able to let go of a person who may have a bad effect on you.