7 Amazing Breakup Songs That Know Just How You Feel ...

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Amazing breakup songs have a way of saying exactly what we are feeling.

These songs on this list have helped me get through all of my breakups.

Sometimes just singing along can make you feel better.

If you are going through a hard breakup, you need to listen to these amazing breakup songs!2

1. All Hail the Heartbreaker – the Spill Canvas

The Spill Canvas has a huge repertoire of amazing breakup songs, but none of them evoke the emotions of a bad break up more than All Hail the Heartbreaker.

As the name would suggest, the song is about feeling like you have nothing left after giving everything to the person who broke your heart.

The first part of the song sounds rather upbeat and happy and talks about the feelings you have when you first fall in love.

As the song progresses, the lyrics and music become slower and sadder.

The song also addresses some of the behaviors we do after a bad breakup: “So tonight I’ll sit and pick apart your pictures and overanalyze your words.” Honestly, who HASN’T done that?!

All Hail the Heartbreaker also has my favorite breakup line, “What if I ripped your heart apart at the seams.

Maybe then you’d know how I feel.”

2. Konstantine – Something Corporate

Konstantine isn’t just one of my favorite breakup songs, it’s also one of my favorite songs of all time.

The lyrics deal with many hard situations we go through as young adults.

Something Corporate’s vocalist, Andrew McMahon, wrote the song about a breakup he went through with his girlfriend Krystal.

The story goes that one night Andrew got drunk at a party and ended up cheating on Krystal.

She wanted to leave him, but just couldn’t.

The song deals with trying to repair their relationship after the incident and the eventual breakup.

There are a lot of personal references in the song, which is what makes it so special.

The line, “It’s to Jimmy Eat World and those nights in my car, but this time I’m alone and I don’t see those stars.

I’m not your star, isn’t that what you said?

What you thought this song meant?” is a direct reference to Jimmy Eat World’s song For Me This is Heaven.

If you don’t already know that song, give it a listen too.

It’s another great breakup song!

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