The Ultimate List Of The Best Breakup Songs.

Get dumped? Hating life? Then you need the “Ultimate List Of The Best Breakup Songs.” It’s not that mainstream crap, this list is crowd-sourced by losers just like you.

Download the MP3s instantly from Amazon’s MP3 Store or just add your own suggestions in the comments section, and we’ll add ’em to the Ultimate List Of The Best Breakup Songs.

15 replies on “The Ultimate List Of The Best Breakup Songs.”

WHY THIS LIST SUCKS:

Hey, this list is pretty much entirely user-generated (that means BY YOU PEOPLE). So if you don’t like these songs, add some better ones in the comments! (NOTE: Once we add your song, we delete your comment to avoid cluttering up the place.)

Going through a breakup
This is probably the best list i’ve found thus far. Happy, sad, angry… all reactions are here. Rock, alternative, pop…. all of the above. Good compilation list.

Playlist?
I think you guys should separate the playlist into tinier ones. I.e. I need to cry songs, fuck you songs, i hate your new girlfriend songs… you get the point

Some songs
Front Porch Step “I Won’t Say That I’m Ok”
Dead by April – Calling
Box Car Racer – There Is
Good Charlotte – Predictable
good charlotte -break apart her heart
La dispute- Such small hands
La dispute-Andria
Three Days Grace – Gone Forever
Apocalyptica – I Don’t Care
Black sabbath She’s gone
Bowling For Soup – Since We Broke Up
Bowling For Soup: Why Don’t I Miss You

Might be a database glitch. We’ll look into it.
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Some of these songs are used two and three times.

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Love this list, here’s more
NO SURPRISE by Daughtry (the ultimate breakup song)
Breakeven by The Script
Not Meant To Be by Theory of a Deadman
Brilliant Disguise by Bruce Springsteen
Just Like a Pill by Pink
You’re Too Possessive by Joan Jett
Nobody’s Fault But Mine by Page and Plant

GOOD BYE TO YOU BY MICHELLE
GOOD BYE TO YOU BY MICHELLE BRANCH (UNPLUGGED)
Should’ve Said No by Taylor Swift
Picture to Burn by Taylor Swift
Cups (You’re Going to Miss Me When I’m Gone by Anna Kendrick
She’s Gone by Daryl Hall and John Oates

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