At one point in out lives, many of us go through a break up from a deep relationship. Sometimes that relationship may never be revived so the best decision is just to move on with life and find something better. Here are some songs that you can relate to if you in this type of situation.
1.Adele – Someone Like You
This track was inspired by the broken relationship that inspired most songs in the album 21. It was the first pure-piano ballad to ever top the Billboard Hot 100.
2. Juice WRLD – Lucid Dreams
In this song Juice uses the idea of controlling a lucid dream as analogy for his mental state. He tries to replace his ex lover in his dreams so as to avoid seeing his ex lover in his dreams.
3. Kygo & Miguel – Remind To Forget
The song talks about a finished relationship. He still has feelings for her but she isn’t good for him anymore. Remembering the heartbreak serves as a reminder to forget her.
4. Ariana Grande – No Tears Left To Cry
The song talks about picking yourself and moving on after a period of shedding tears.
5. Dua Lipa – New Rules
New Rules is about moving on from an ex and how you need to keep your distance from them. Its the breakup song that you wish you had when someone broke up with you.
6. Rudimental – These Days feat Jess Glynne
The artists contemplate a relationship that is over and had its up and downs. There is recollection of those days which are good or bad that led to the moment they are in now.
7. Taylor Swift – We Are Never Getting Back Together
8. Whitney Houston – I Will Always Love You
9. Adele – Send My Love To You
The song is pretty much directed toward the guy Adele dated between the subject of much of 21 and her husband.
10. Hailee Steinfeld, Alesso – Let Me Go
11. Avicii – Lonely Together ft Rita Ora
This song is about Rita’s struggle with a collapsed relationship her drunk mind wants her to revive, although she knows there isn’t any romantic love.
12. Destiny’s Child – Survivor
13. Kelly Clarkson – Stronger
14. Fergie – Big Girls Don’t Cry
This is the 4th single from The Dutchess and was certified quadruple-platinum. It was met with critical acclaim from critics praising the song’s lyrics, vocals and tone.