The Perfect Break-Up Car Playlist
Posted: 29th September 2016
You’ve just jumped in your car and you’re on the way back from a break-up and with no surprise, you’re feeling rather low. Are you the only one feeling like this? The truth is no, we’ve all felt like this, especially the biggest of celebrities, including Adele and Beyoncé.
Sometimes you just need some music to accompany your mood, so check out the list below for the perfect break-up car playlist. Trying to find the perfect car to do exactly this? Check out some of the vehicle leasing deals available.
1. Someone Like You – Adele
Adele – A sensational singer who’s able to really pull those tears from your eyes whether you’re feeling down or not. It’s possibly one of the most listened to song of 2011 which means it’s only right for it to be featured on this break-up playlist. So, sit back, sing your heart out and jump on the path of hating your ex.
2. Marvin’s Room – Drake (Clean)
Whine Time – This song is so deep, even you start to forget about your actual ex and start to miss Drake’s ex. Avoid the cups of the rose, delete the pictures on your old phone and don’t call them and just go home – it’s the best way. Drunk texting is never OK.
3. I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston
A Classic – With this song, it’s all about the build-up to the big ‘And I…’. Make sure you’re not at any traffic lights at this point, because you will without a doubt, look like a fool – but you’ll feel great whilst doing so.
4. Irreplaceable – Beyoncé
Inner Sass – Whenever you listen to a Beyoncé song, these are the few minutes in which you realise you don’t need no one in your life, because you are strong and independent. Wipe those tears away, get your best outfit – and remember ‘to the left to the left. You’re capable of anything.
5. Forget You – Cee Lo Green
R&B Fever – This 2010 hit makes you question if money really is the motive? But regardless of this, you need to forget them as soon as possible. The other version of the song is perfect for if you’re really filled with hatred.
6. Leave (Get Out) - JoJo
Throwback – The song that was making all 13-year-old girls hate men from the get go. Having no idea what she was actually singing about, we knew that someone had messed up well and truly. Thanks JoJo, for teaching us from such a young age.
7. No Air – Jordin Sparks
Duet’ing – This is one that definitely tugs onto your heart strings. Break-ups are a real rollercoaster of emotions and with this song, you’re able to sing both parts, to yourself and get all deep in your feelings and stuff.
8. Breakeven – The Script
Typical love song – The Script are known for their love songs and catchy ones at that. The chorus to this song just automatically slides off the tongue and you can’t help but belt it out at the top of your lungs. It’s catchy, it’s heart-breaking and it’s damn right perfect for after a break-up.
9. Dry Your Eyes – The Streets
Turn around – Who knew that the same band that created the song ‘Fit but You Know It’ could make such a tear-jerker. With its relatable lyrics and friendly advice, it’s a must have for the break-up playlist - and, it's proper British.
10. Keep Your Head Up – Ben Howard
What it says on the tin – This guy knows how to help you pull through the bad times. By doing these selection of things, the world will not be coming to an end like you thought so keep your head up, keep your heart strong and stop crying. The upbeat music will definitely give you a push.
11. I Don’t Wanna Know – Mario Winans
Old School – A little bit of old school RnB is exactly what you need to sooth your mind and keep you calm. This well-known song by Mario Winans is just the heart-aching tune you need in order to vibe when you’re feeling down.
12. I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
Female power – Anyone and everyone knows the words to this song and it’s the one ballad that makes you feel invincible. So end your car playlist with this number one hit and turn that frown upside down – you will survive.
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