Sad songs love broken relationships

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Suffering from unrequited love? While some people might suggest you handle a breakup with dignity, I am not one of them. Given heartache is the currency of musicians, there are melodies for every emotion going — songs to cry to, laugh to, drink to, think to. Even just songs to stare out of the window to, not thinking about anything much at all. The latter taught me about feminism before I knew what feminism was. She taught me to stand up for myself, not to take shit from anyone, and that life isn't perfect.

In You Oughta Knowan angst-filled chart-topper, she reminds her ex of the mess he left before swiftly moving on to a new lover. And why shouldn't she? If someone has treated you badly, I think you have every right to be angry and scream about it at the top of your lungs.

Duplicity I hate to bug you in the middle of dinner It was a slap in the face how quickly I was replaced Are you thinking of me when you fuck her? The beautiful thing about this song is that it describes a break-up with sensitivity and without blame. I get the impression that Carole has left her lover 'Something inside has died and I can't hide and I just can't fake it'she is the one who is changing, but she still respects the love they once shared together.

This song isn't even about a break-up, it's about a mindset; it's about feeling frustrated, lost, tired and bored with yourself. When I broke up with my University boyfriend, even though I dumped him, I was still heartbroken. The only person who managed to cheer me up was my brother, who, being my little brother, couldn't really offer up much emotional insight. Instead, he just stood up to put on Dancing in the Dark. We didn't talk about it - we didn't need to - we just danced like no one was watching and suddenly everything was okay.

So while technically this isn't about heartbreak, it will make you feel better. Remember: 'you can't start a fire sitting round crying over a broken heart. It's a painful description of a relationship in which both people love one another, intensely, but are also hurting each other in the process.

Whether or not they are ready to admit it, it's time to let go. If you've walked away from someone only to get dragged back in, this is the song for you. One of the worst things about losing someone is the feeling that you'll never meet anyone else you love as much. That's when you must turn to Diana Ross and The Supremes.

When you feel like giving up, this song will give you a pep talk. It will say, you may need to wait a while and it might not be easy, but the love you deserve will find you in the end. It's not difficult to see why Ian Curtis' wife, Deborah, felt 'angry' and 'humiliated' when she learnt this song was about her. It's a brutally honest description of a disintegrating marriage.

To me, what makes it so beautiful is that the melody is pop-y and upbeat, despite the emotions underpinning it, and it's a song that will stay with you forever. The saddest thing about this song is you can tell the writer has put every faith in this man "Oh I thought the world of you" and didn't see the end coming. Why is he holding another woman's hand? Why is he lying all the time? Was it just a Sad songs love broken relationships to him? It seems so. If you recognise these symptoms, wise up now: don't let yourself be wrapped around anyone's finger.

You know I'm such a fool for you. You got me wrapped around your finger, ah, ha, ha. Do you have to let it linger? Do you have to, do you have to, Do you have to let it linger? This is another angry sort of breakup song, particularly for anyone whose lover said they needed 'a break'. I'm sorry but 'a break' is a coward's way of ending a relationship, and I'm with Ben Folds on this one: if someone says they need some space or time to think, ask them to return your white t-shirt and don't look back.

Etta James finds it so painful, in fact, she'd rather go blind than see her old flame walk away with someone new. Before the 'I'm-totally-over-it' phase comes denial, which is where this infamous ballad comes in. Originally penned by Prince, it's a song full of longing and grief, and while O'Connor's version reflected on the loss of her mother, it has been an anthem for the broken-hearted ever since. But he's a fool. The dreamy vocals, strained with operatic emotion, culminate on a wailing note that yanks on my heartstrings. If I were Orbison's old flame, I think I'd give him a call after listening to this.

After you've cried, cried some more, drunk wine and then drunk yet more wine, it's time to move on. In this song Dylan tells us the reason he's travelling on is because of a woman, someone who he gave his heart to, one who wanted his soul. I think it's a good example of how, even when there's a part of you which wants to stay "I wish there was somethin' you would do or say, to try and make me change my mind and stay" ultimately, you always know when you need to walk away and try to wish your ex well.

There's an acceptance in these words, a heavy, hardened resolve, that makes me want to cry. Can there be anything worse than 'a half-hearted love that will never be whole'? The lyrics capture the most painful type of love: one that's so nearly right, but not; like a beautiful jumper that doesn't quite fit. Being in a relationship like this is like trying to fit a square brick into a round hole. It's never going to work, but you want it to, so you will keep on forcing it until you have no ounce of energy left.

And finally - the line 'I learn to cry for someone else' is utterly, brutally perfect. Because it captures that wonderful feeling of letting someone new into your life when you least expect to. When Taylor thinks about bringing up her ex, her new date starts talking about the films he watches with his family and she realises 'for the first time what's past is past'. Listen to this song and know that, when you're bruised and utterly heartbroken, when you think you'll never fall in love again - that's when on a Wednesday, in a cafe, you'll watch it begin again.

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