Falling out of love, songs 💔

Falling out of love, songs 💔
18th January 2022 sandra
Falling Out

 

There are few worse sensations than being in a relationship when you low-key know that it’s doomed. We think music could get you through that painful process of falling out of love, so we have created a playlist with some tunes with relatable lyrics and sweet melodies to help heal.

1. Afterlife – Arcade Fire

Besides the experimental nature of the song and the many layers, we can find a vulnerable message. Can we work it out again? This is the last call, the desperate one.
Can we work it out?
If we scream and shout till we work it out
Can we just work it out?
Scream and shout till we work it out

 

2. The Way Things Change – Yellow Days

And here we have another song whose instrumentals sound rather catchy and happy, but whose lyrics are quite dark or sad by comparison. Yellow Days introduces us to this dark message in the company of a very mellow melody.

And I cry, and you cry
‘Cause we don’t like
The way things change
And I hold it down but I hate to say
You keep goin’, you keep goin’

3. Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You – Julia Jacklin

How do you keep interested when you already know everything about someone? That’s what Julia tries to find out in this beautiful and intimate acoustic ballad.

We put so many things between these walls
And every gift you buy me, I know what’s inside
What do I do now?
There’s nothing left to find

 

 

4. Before you go – Lewis Capaldi

We often hear songs about how someone has hurt us but what about when you’re the one that did something wrong? How do you deal with guilt? How could you make this person feel better?

When you hurt under the surface
Like troubled water running cold
Well, time can heal, but this won’t

5. Between A Kiss and A Sorry Goodbye – Blaudzun

Blaudzun shares with us a message of despair. What can you do when you’re hopeless? What can you do when you already know that someone has been lying to you?

FEED ME WITH
YOUR SAD SONGS
IT WON’T CHANGE
THE LIES
BETWEEN A
FIRST KISS AND
A SORRY GOODBYE

6. The Dreamer – Anna of the North

Anna’s sweet voice contrasts with the emptiness that we often feel when a loved one is gone and a part of us seems to go with them too. If we’ve been growing together… who am I now?

I feel so uninspired
All the songs that I write
Are about you
You’re not about me anymore

7. You Were Good To Me – Jeremy Zucker & Chelsea Cutler

Jeremy and Chelsea intertwined their voices in this beautiful ballad about letting go of a relationship when you know deep down that it’s hurting your soul.

The first time
I saw you in the sun, I nearly died
I told myself I’d have to sacrifice
That’s when I fell into you

8. Losing You – Flyte

With their Beatles-esque sound, Flyte introduces us to a breakup story with a plot. The narrator starts being the one that got hurt in this relationship but then the tables turn.

Tell me where did you learn
To lie so well?
To love like a secret
That you’d never tell?

 

9. Nothing Much Has Changed, I Don’t Feel The Same – Daniela Andrade

Daniela remains peaceful under these strange circumstances where you don’t feel the same although nothing seems to have changed.

Nothing much has changed
But I don’t feel the same at all
Nothing much has changed
But I don’t feel the same at all

10. emily – Jeremy Zucker, Chelsea Cutler

Jeremy and Chelsea combine their voices together again on our ranking. This time, they tell the story of a relationship that needs mending but their hearts know that they won’t be able to solve all their problems. They still remain together but they deeply know that this situation is toxic and should end.

so I’ll bury the hurt and wait my turn
and we can pretend that people unlearn
when we both know it’s not enough

If you like this list and you’re falling in love or even if you’re alone at your house with your cat and you want to remember what love feels like, follow our playlist! And remember that if you have a love song, you can always use our submission form and we’ll listen! See you next week 🙂 And enjoy Falling Out of Love, if possible.

 

 

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