38 Country Songs Needed For Your Break-Up Playlist
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38 Country Songs Needed For Your Break-Up Playlist

Having a hard time with the summer break-up? Make sure these 38 songs are on your break up playlist. Or any playlist for that matter.

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38 Country Songs Needed For Your Break-Up Playlist

Country has always been my go-to genre especially when I'm sad. Country is always a way to feel better when your down especially when you're going through a breakup. These country songs definitely help heal a broken heart if not whip a tear away. Grab your pint of ice cream or glass of wine and hit play.

Beer Never Broke My Heart by Luke Combs

What hurts the most by Rascal Flats

Need you now by Lady Antebellum

Like we never loved at all by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

Someone else calling you baby by Luke Bryan

Forget to forget you by Scotty McCreery

Achy Breaky Heart by Billy Ray Cyrus

Billy Ray Cyrus

Picture to burn by Taylor Swift 

Mamas broken heart by Miranda Lambert

Good as gone by Little Big Town

Better as a memory by Kenny Chesney

Colder weather by Zac Brown Band

Don't think I don't think about it by Darius Rucker

Goodbye time by Blake Shelton

Grown women by Jason Alden

Hurt somebody by Dierks Bentley

In a song by Hunter Hayes

Love your memory by Miranda Lambert

Mine would be by Blake Shelton

Please remember me by Tim McGraw

Someday when I stop loving you by Carrie Underwood

Stay by Little Big Town

The truth by Jason Alden

These boots by Eric Church

Tonight I wanna cry by Keith Urban

Why by Jason Alden

You were mine by The Dixie Chicks

Love ain't by Eli Young Band

What we ain't got by Jake Owne

Middle of a memory by Cole Swindell

Save it for a rainy day by Kenny Chesney

Break up in the end by Cole Swindell

Break up with him by Old Dominion

Payback by Rascal Flats

Break up in a small town by Sam Hunt

Just wanna love you by Hudson Moore

Ain't worth the whiskey by Cole Swindell

Every time I hear that song by Blake Shelton

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