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This #TBT Playlist Will Take You Through Every Stage Of A Relationship
Skip navigation! Raise your hand if you've ever found yourself in a dingy dive bar, or a taxi, or even the middle of a grocery store, when a certain song came on and — while you were minding your own business — the lyrics gave you such chills that you thought, Omg, this song was written ABOUT ME. Raises hand. Ever since that moment, it became your song. Because whatever you were experiencing the moment you first heard it — whether it was falling in love, breaking up, or being cheated on — comes flooding back, every time that song, YOUR song, comes on.
Though most of us want to come out of the other side stronger, sometimes we just need to spend a day or a week in bed. Few people can pen a heartbreak anthem like the Canadian songstress., Usually, we go through life with all its numerous challenges.
It seems like Swift has a tune for basically every kind of breakup. In the song, Swift takes swing after swing at the guy who did her wrong. This little ditty goes out to anyone who has ever been cheated on. Anyone who has ever been in a similar situation knows that being cheated on leaves you with a gut-wrenching feeling, a rollercoaster of emotions, and a plethora of unanswered questions that keep running through your head. The pain that comes with cheating is something that few would wish on even their worst enemy, and Taylor proves that even celebs are no exception to these relationship hardships.
Whether to motivate, console or inspire, there is something about song lyrics that can really make a person think differently. And when it comes to the best love songs about relationships, there is no shortage of romantic love quotes to be found in the emotional material department. Most artists have at least one song about love. Some may be more famous for singing about their exes and how moving on was beneficial to their newfound strength. For most of us, the majority of relationship songs are at least somewhat relatable, especially when you're in that stage of being right in the process of falling in love while you are listening to them. When you're not in the presence of the person you love, the lyrics from love songs have a way of bringing those butterflies back to your stomach. And when things aren't going as well as you'd like, life lessons abound in romantic music.