Every Breakup Has Its Song

What this breakup doesn't take into account is how much jail time you'd receive for damaging your ex's items. Maybe this time you should think before you move. It probably will save you a criminal record.

If you don't, at least you'll have a memorable story for friends and family.

The 'I Still Love You' Breakup

No one loves you more than me and no one ever will

Some breakups may be amusing, inevitable or amicable; but there are some that are so heartwrenching because the love remains.

Lauryn Hill painfully sang about how much she loved her ex in the aptly named "Ex-Factor." The thing about this breakup is that it's incredibly honest. It has to be. But the realization that sometimes love isn't enough to keep two lovers together is at the central trouble of this break.

Loving you is like a battle
And we both end up with scars
Tell me, who I have to be
To get some reciprocity

The lyrics serve as a reminder that not all break-ups are as simple as walking away.

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