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The Anti-Valentine’s Day Playlist

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demo sistema binario             If you’re feeling less than cheery about this year’s Valentine’s Day, we’ve compiled ten of the best anti-valentines day songs from 2015 and earlier.

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“Hello,” by Adele

opcje binarne książki It’s no secret 2015 has brought in numerous number one hits about love and break ups. One major hit in particular was Adele’s ‘Hello.’ With lyrics like “I must have called a thousand times, to tell you I’m sorry for everything that I’ve done,” you can’t help but wonder what the pop star did to feel so sorry that she had to call a thousand times.

“Sorry,” by Justin Bieber

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“You Should Be Here,” by Kehlani

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“Stiches,” by Shawn Mendes

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“Break Up in a Small Town,” by Sam Hunt

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binär optionen traden It seems like every song on iTunes Top 100 this year was a breakup or makeup song, but we can’t forget about the classics, specifically the cheating boyfriend love songs that paved the way for playlists like this.

“Survivor,” by Destiny’s Child

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“Heartless,” by Kanye West

binäre optionen call und put gleichzeitig ‘Heartless’ by Kanye West is another throwback love song. Ever wonder how your ex could be so…heartless? Well so did Kanye West. If you need a pep talk from Yeezus himself, just listen to the line, “You wait a couple months then your going to see, you’ll never find nobody better than me.”

“Over You,” by Daughtry

If you sometimes feel like the walls are caving in and that you’ll never get over your ex, Daughtry’s classic hit ‘Over You’ may help. His lyrics will let you know that you’re not alone, and you too will get over them.

“Cry Me a River,” by Justin Timberlake

You can’t forget about Justin Timberlake’s ‘Cry Me A River’. Did you know the 2004 hard-hearted song about a cheating ex is rumored to be about former girlfriend Britney Spears? In the song he asks her, “you told me you loved me, why did you leave me, all alone,” as she begs for forgiveness.

“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” by Taylor Swift

Now it would only seem logical to end this Anti-Valentines playlist with the biggest breakup singer of perhaps all time, Taylor Swift. Her hit song ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ was one of the biggest hits from the last couple years. If your ex calls you up this Valentine’s Day weekend, just play him this line, “I just…I mean this is exhausting, you know, like, we are never getting back together. Like, ever.”

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