The aftermath of a breakup is never pleasant. For me, I find the appropriate anecdote to be tears, hot showers, and consumption of sugary foods. Listening to music can also be beneficial, (though it never feels good to be at that all time low where you slip down against a wall and moan “This song was written for me!” ) Today, SALT&STATUS provides the top five songs to deal with a breakup with your boyfriend or girlfriend. You’re welcome.
pink lemonade: the wombats
‘Another magical Friday night, I think I’ll sit this one at home.’ The Wombats’ catchy song provides an example of a venter whom feels heartbroken for their lover loves another lover. It’s okay to stay and feel sorry for yourself for a bit. Just don’t leave too much time wallowing in self-pity.
bad to me: loon lake
‘When all you do is lie to me. Steal my confidence and dreams.’ Remind yourself, as you immerse yourself in this Australian band’s melody, that they were not worth it. Who needs another dream-stealer to deal with?
we are never getting back together: taylor swift
‘I mean this is exhausting, you know, like, we are never getting back together. Like, ever!’ Move on, sista. T. Swizzle is the queen of breakups, and look at her; she’s got Grammys and MTV awards for those! Keep yourself in this mindset.
that’s life: frank sinatra
‘But I just can’t let it, let it get me down … ’cause this fine old world, it keeps spinnin’ around.’ This is extremely true. Immerse yourself in the music of the swing era, because remember, some things never change. Sinatra was very right about the fact that the Earth keeps turning. So ensure your world does too.
haven’t met you yet: michael bublé
‘I might have to wait, I’ll never give up. I guess it’s half timing and the other half’s luck.’ Preach it, Bublé. After all, ladies and gentlemen, they left your life for a reason. You’ll find another, even if you haven’t met them yet. ★