11 Songs About Commitment Issues

(Last Updated On: May 28, 2020)

Commitment issues is basically the fear of commitment often mainly to a romantic relationship. Those in such situations may experience mental distress and emotional difficulty when facing situations that need dedication to a particular long term goal. Here is a list of songs that talks about commitment issues:

1. Usher – Climax

The song was about a relationship that was cut short because he was unwilling to move to the next level since there wasn’t a deeper connection.


2. Partynextdoor feat Drake – Come and See Me

The two try to reflect on their attempts to maintain casual romantic relationships while the girls they are seeing want relationships.


3. The Chainsmokers – See The Way

The song touches on two sides of a relationship who broke up after one of them pushed the other one away and didn’t want to open up more about themselves.


4. Dua Lipa – Break My Heart

In the song Dua questions her relationship choices as to whether this new guy will break her heart.


5. Marshmello & Halsey – Be Kind

This is an empowering track that questions the motives of a significant other in a relationship. Instead of fully committing the person seems to be searching for something new.


6. Lil Wayne – How To Love

The song partly talks about a lady who had a lot of relationships that didn’t last and now she is reflecting trying to figure out why.


7. Demi Lovato – Heart Attack

This is a track about being afraid to fall in love. She describes the emotions one experiences as one free falls into love despite all efforts not to.


8. John Mayer – Half Of My Heart

The song earned Mayer a Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance in 2011.


9. Bebe Rexha – Meant To Be

Bebe Rexha once said that her sour experience with a past relationship has caused her to be uptight and guarded so she doesn’t like to throw her heart around.


10. Sam Smith – Too Good At Goodbyes


11. Jessi J – Not My Ex

This is a cautionary tale about carrying past romance issues into a new relationship.