The Best Breakup Songs

Breakups are always hard on anyone, but sometimes music can be a huge help when trying to get over your ex. Out of the thousands of songs out there that are about breakups, there are a few that stick out, whether they make you cry even more or help you get over your ex easier, here are some of the songs that are ~perfect~ to listen to after your heart breaks in two. 

Some of the songs on the list are country songs, so in that case, there will be separate lists for country break up songs, then songs to cry to, of course, some happier songs. 

P.S. Obviously some people have different opinions on what songs work best for their breakup, but these are just some songs that helped me personally and I got other people to like them, too:)

Country Breakup Songs:

  • “What If I Never Get Over You” by Lady Antebellum

  • “When Did You Stop Loving Me” by Hunter Hayes

  • “Someday When I Stop Loving You” by Carrie Underwood

  • “Easy” by Rascal Flatts

  • “When it Rains it Pours” by Luke Combs

  • “More Hearts than Mine: by Ingrid Andress

  • “Here Comes Goodbye” by Rascal Flatts

  • “Just a Dream” by Carrie Underwood

  • “Break Up in the End” by Cole Swindell

  • “Girl Crush” by Little Big Town

 

Crying Breakup Songs:

  • “Out of Love” by Alessia Cara

  • “Wrong Direction” by Hailee Steinfeld

  • “Ghost of You” by 5 Seconds of Summer

  • “What If The World Was Ending” by Julia Michaels and JP Saxe

  • “Somebody That I Used to Know” by Gotye

  • “Quite Miss Home” by James Arthur

  • “Falling” by Harry Styles

  • “Little Do You Know” by Alex & Sierra

  • “This Town” by Niall Horan 

  • “Before the Storm” by Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus

 

“Hype” Breakup Songs:

  • “Truth Hurts” by Lizzo

  • “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” by One Direction

  • “Shout Out to My Ex” by Little Mix

  • “Problem” by Ariana Grande

  • “Repeating Days” by R5 

  • “Why Don’t You Love Me” by 5 Seconds of Summer

  • “Never Really Over” by Katy Perry 

  • “Don’t Hurt Like It Used To” by Grace Carter

  • “I Wanna Know” by NOTD and Bea Miller

  • “So Yesterday” by Hilary Duff