14 songs to add to your anti-Valentine’s Day playlist

Whether you’re newly single, missing an ex, or just focusing on yourself, we have a song for that

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Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate that special person in your life. However, we know that some of you might be alone on February 14th.

Whether it is because of a recent breakup, still getting over that one ex, or single you is too much fun, we have a song for that.
Please listen responsibly!

“Tear Drops on My Guitar” by Taylor Swift

We had to throw a T-Swift song on this list. This classic will have even the most macho guy singing along.

“I Let A Damn Good Woman Leave” by Riley Green

As Mr. Green started his mullet journey, he dropped this gem. Goes to show that you can do a lot of stupid and bad decisions, but letting a good one go hurts the most.

“Excuses” by Kolby Cooper

“It ain’t you, it is me” — just nothing but excuses!

“She Wouldn’t Be Gone” by Blake Shelton

Hindsight is 20/20. It is funny when your person is gone, you have clarity on what you could have done to keep them.

“You Lie” by The Band Perry

Might as well throw gasoline on a fire! Lying is a talent, and some do it very well

“Everytime I Hear Your Name” by Keith Anderson

Healing takes time. However, one day you smell a smell, see a place, or hear a name and it takes you back to those old memories.

“I Got The Boy” by Jana Kramer

Nothing is worse than a “right person, wrong time” type of relationship. This Jana Kramer hit makes us wonder: Would you rather have the future or the past?

“What Have I Got To Lose” by ERNEST feat Dean Dillon

Would you go back for a do-over if you lost all you had? Two of the greatest songwriters on one song!
“After losing you/ What have I got to lose... Holding on to one last prayer/ There it goes in cold thin air/ I should’ve known it was too good to be true”

“A Cigarette” by Gavin Adcock

When you’re all alone and all you want is that one person to be there... sometimes you’ll just settle for a cigarette.

“Tell Me You Get Lonely” by Frankie Ballard

When you’re heartbroken and hurting, you just hope the person who left is too. That way you know it was real.

“Do You Believe Me Now” by Jimmy Wayne

It wasn’t that we were jealous or paranoid, we knew what we had and why someone else would love to call you theirs.

“Fly On The Wall” by Lauren Watkins feat. Jake Worthington

We are moving on and I’ll let you go, but I would be a fly on the wall to see how the new person loves you.

“Leave the Pieces” by The Wreckers

“Just take your love and hit the road!” The Wreckers really did something with this 2006 banger!

“I Believe in Ghosts” by Jason Aldean

We’re not saying we believe in spirits or apparitions, but we are haunted by your love’s ghost!

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