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Our rules this time were simple: one, a breakup song can be vengeful, dignified, devastated, or whatever else, as long as the lyrics make explicit reference to a relationship that is ending or has ended.
Two, we limited it to one song per principal songwriter.
Three, this list goes back to 1960, which we feel represents the dawn of pop music as we know it, but we apologize to Edith Piaf, Frank Sinatra, Mozart, et al. Kelly Clarkson, "Since U Been Gone" (2004) ### Obnoxious text-speak aside, this is how you build a pop song. " (1981) ### Unlike almost every other breakup song ever written, "Don't You Want Me?
Clarkson's voice starts out low, the drums sound like a Casio keyboard, and you're wondering what's so great about this club and why you've been dragged here when you just want to sulk at home. " gives us both sides of the story, featuring the lead singer, Philip Oakey, dueting with bandmate Susan Ann Sulley.
Fittingly for a tune about trying to get out from under someone's spell, it's almost impossible not to sing along. New Order, "Age of Consent" (1983) ### In an angsty moment, count on a great keyboard riff to make you feel like it's going to be okay.
See "Age of Consent." At once calming, classy, and catchy, this is a requiem for a mostly-adult relationship.
I wish I could write songs this good, but then, what difference would it make? ), "Answering Machine" follows closely on the heels of something called "Gary's Got A Boner." No matter; the band's flippant side actually throws the vulnerability of songs like "Answering Machine" into sharper relief.
Over an intricate guitar figure, Paul Westerberg yearns to reconnect to a distant girlfriend, but it's clear she's slipping away.
Through Stefani's remorse-laden voice, it reminds of us the times we want to shrink away from the harsh truth, and choose silence over angry words. Jeff Buckley, "Lover, You Should've Come Over" (1994) ### Jeff Buckley's more known for his epochal cover of "Hallelujah," but "Lover, You Should've Come Over" showcases the sophistication of his own songwriting. Biggie gives us the backstory of himself and his lady, which is rife with lies, infidelity, and smack-talkin'.There's something comforting about the dignity the song finds in ending a relationship peacefully, even if things are usually a lot messier in real life. Wilco, "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" (2002) ### Jeff Tweedy often seems to be trying to obscure his emotional songwriting with avant-garde touches like weird ambient sounds, deliberately "wrong-sounding" notes, and obtuse lyrics.But none of those elements can stop "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" from succeeding in its titular aims. The Cure, "Pictures of You" (1989) ### "Pictures of You" is so devastating because it perfectly nails the mixed feelings of reminiscing about a past relationship — how we return to certain memories time and time again until they take on life of their own.— in many ways, an idea not that different from dozens of other songs The Beach Boys had recorded by 1966.But the wandering melody, harpsichord vamp, and rattling sound effects are way, way creepier than "Help Me, Rhonda" ever dreamed of.
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With chords more inspired by jazz than rock and a voice that sounds decades wearier than it has any right to, "Lover" is an elegiac ode to lost love from someone who seemed to know more about losing love than any of us. Sometimes the only direction you can point your finger is at yourself. Liz Phair, "Fuck and Run" (1993) ### The musical, lyrical, and spiritual opposite of "November Rain," "Fuck and Run" is wistful and blunt.