Music Monday- Break Ups

Relationships are like pants. We try on different pairs looking for the right fit. Sometimes we find a pair with the perfect combination of comfort and style. While others, well…. let’s just say they looked better still on the rack. But without trying them on, dancing around the dressing room and twirling in the mirrors, we have no way of knowing.

breakup songs

This week’s playlist, as featured on The Loveumentary, is a mixture of genre’s and styles, but songs that fit collaboratively under one theme- Break Ups.

From revelations and new beginnings to regret, confusion, and longing to be (back) together, the collection encompasses many aspects of both before and after a couple parts ways. Featuring artists such as U2, Justin Timberlake, The Lumineers, Passion Pit, The Cure, and many more, it’s a fun and upbeat mix to bop your head to, despite the negative connotation with it’s theme.

This Music Monday playlist is available on both spotify and 8tracks. We would love for everyone to listen, subscribe, and share with others. To receive future Music Monday playlists, or follow along with the The Loveumentary series, you can subscribe, or follow on twitter and facebookHappy Monday and share the love ❤

**Some songs have explicit lyrics.

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13 responses to “Music Monday- Break Ups

  1. I look forward to your Music Monday. It’s a great start to my week! Throughout the week, I enjoy your music choices. Thanks Marisa!!!

  2. This is a great concept! Sorry I didn’t find it (your blog) sooner. As a musician (a serious one in a former life – not in the Shirley MacLaine sense) and songwriter it appeals to me. Keep it up.

    Oh – and Til Tueday’s Everything’s Different Now album is a spectacular breakup LP. Aimee Mann wrote the songs right after her split with Jules Shear. Some remarkable work in there.

    Cheers!

  3. Like pants, some of us buy music we have no business buying, showing off all the wrong shapes, serving only to annoy everyone we encounter. Not you, of course. Just looking in the mirror, a little.

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