Goodbye love songs

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FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song. With each goodbye we say, we mourn the loss of pattern and familiarity in our lives. Marriages, friendships, jobs, and love affairs end. New career opportunities take us to different locations. Children go off to college. Loved ones die. Some of the hardest goodbyes are the ones that are sudden, unexpected and don't allow the luxury of parting words or gestures.

At times it's a choice, while at others it's chance. If you're fortunate, you get to say farewell. But that often doesn't make the transition easier. Is it any wonder that many of life's most stressful events involve goodbyes? If you're struggling with a goodbye, why not assemble a Goodbye Playlist for yourself or someone important in your life? Below, we have a long list of pop, rock, and country favorites to get you started. Our list includes songs that are wistful, melancholy, celebratory, grateful, and even snarky. You're bound to find some to ease you through this transition.

Clinging to the remnants of a dying relationship, the narrator in this song reminisces about all that he and his lover have been through. He grieves the loss of their relationship. They have been sweethearts and friends, and it wounds his soul to say goodbye. Sometimes your life path diverges from that of friends and loved ones, as educational opportunities, job changes, or relationship obligations send you to far-flung places.

This song sees such forks in the road as unpredictable and normal. As he says goodbye, the narrator rejoices, " I hope you had the time of your life. Goodbye has been difficult for the narrator in this country song from He has been left mourning the end of his relationship with the woman he loves, and more than anything he wishes he could spend one more day with her.

Don't wait until goodbye to say what you need to say. If you've ever had a relationship that was perfect while it lasted but ended badly or too soon, then this country hit will resonate. The man in the song recalls the high point in the relationship when the couple danced under the stars. He had no idea that goodbye was in their future, but he still wouldn't trade their time and experience together for anything:.

And now I'm glad I didn't know The way it all would end, the way it all would go Our lives are better left to chance I could have missed the pain But I'd have had to miss the dance. Because her mother was a paranoid schizophrenic, as , Marilyn found herself in foster care and in an orphanage, and she endured abuse and deep feelings of rejection. As Marilyn became a model and actress and eventually rose to the heights of super-stardom, she struggled with addiction, depression, and deep issues with trust.

At only 36 years old, the American icon died of a suspected drug overdose. Her death was ruled a suspected suicide. And it seems to me you lived your life Like a candle in the wind Never knowing who to cling to When the rain set in. And I would have liked to know you But I was just a kid Your candle burned out long before Your legend ever did. Elton John rewrote the song in after the death of Princess Diana of Wales. This version became the second-biggest selling song of all time.

She wants to tag along but knows that as much as it hurts, she needs to stay and let them fly free. It may be that you will not meet again in this life. Standing at the edge of goodbye, the narrator in this ballad emphasizes to the one she is parting with that it's important to recall the good memories without the tears. She promises to remember her friend and hopes that they will think fondly of her as well. When the narrator in this pop song is suddenly dumped by his lover without an adequate explanation, he replies, " Help me, help me, I'm no good at goodbyes!

He promises to be classy, however when it comes to explaining the demise of the relationship to friends, he generates a of funny excuses about why the relationship ended. Anyone who has ever experienced a bitter goodbye can appreciate this song.

This poignant country song from is about a narrator who has struggled with personal ghosts and demons. Now he's sold his belongings and is moving out of town in search of forgiveness. There comes a time in everyone's life When all you can see are the years passing by And I have made up my mind that those days are gone. It's okay to celebrate saying "see ya later" or "see ya never" if you want to! As much as such loves him, the narrator in this hit song from is finally done with waiting for her beau to love her back.

She's been holding on too long and has decided to cut him loose, promising to recall both the good and the bad times. Sassy and in your face, she tells him that her heart just doesn't feel the same, so " Goodbye to you. Some of us look all too forward to the next phase of our lives without fully valuing what we now have. In this country ballad, a teenage girl is overly eager about turning 18 and leaving home. Later, a new bride can't wait to have kids as she decorates her one-room apartment, and then a young exasperated mother apologizes to a plumber for her crying children.

The song emphasizes the value of appreciating what you have now rather than wanting to say goodbye to each of life's precious phases. The song resonated with singer Trace Adkins so much because he has five daughters of his own. In this quintessential '80s hit, the guy that's left dancing alone when his partner says goodbye wonders how parting ways will affect their relationship. This song was a worldwide hit in and appeared in the coming-of-age movie, The Breakfast Club. The heartbroken man in this country ditty is losing sleep as he ruminates about the way his sweetheart broke up with him she cheated.

He finds solace, however, in mentally fast-forwarding to the day when she comes to her senses and realizes what she gave up. At that point, he plans to be over her and on to the next chapter in his life:. Take your records, take your freedom Take your memories I don't need 'em Take your space and take your reasons But you'll think of me. Tired of providing emotional support to someone who doesn't return it, the narrator in this pop song from tells her that enough is enough. He won't be her fool any longer:. Bye bye I'm checking out, I'm ing off I don't want to be the loser, and I've had enough.

In this heartwrenching country song from , a devoted mother helps her daughter say goodbye through three important life transitions: moving away from hood friend, divorcing her husband, and losing her mother. The mother asks the daughter:. And she said, "How can I help you to say goodbye? It's okay to hurt and it's okay to cry. Come let me hold you and I will try. How can I help you to say goodbye? Anyone who has felt the desperation and loneliness of a relationship that is going nowhere can appreciate this pop song.

The narrator admits he feels depleted and in over his head. He still loves his partner and is pushing aside all pride, begging for some kind of validation in return. Against the deafening silence, he is ready to say goodbye. The words that he left unspoken are the ones that haunt the protagonist in this Grammy-nominated country song. Having said goodbye without expressing himself to the woman he still loves, he must now relive their goodbye and force a smile when he sees their old friends.

What hurts the most was being so close And havin' so much to say And watchin' you walk away And never knowin' what could've been. As he says goodbye to a love he knew wouldn't last, the man in this country hit expresses gratitude for what he has gained from their relationship.

He is thankful for what his partner has given him over the years and for inspiring him to be a better man. He claims that he can do things now that he ly couldn't, and he feels lucky to have known her this way. In this song, an year-old girl prepares to strike out on her own. As she lo her Chevy, she's more than ready but her mother finds it hard to say goodbye. She offers practical advice, trying to delay their farewell.

Goodbye love songs

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