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Some of the sad love songs in this collection have the capacity to make you cry, and may even help you mend a broken heart after a breakup. A handful of '90s classics (Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You," Toni Braxton's "Un-Break My Heart") and R&B; hits are on the list, as are sweeter numbers that would be at home on a Valentine's Day playlist if you're spending the holiday solo. Many sift through the rubble of past relationships (Drake's "Marvin's Room," Lauryn Hill's "Ex-Factor"), while others are about the momentary relief of connection, even if you know it's not with the right person (Sam Smith's "Stay With Me," Bonnie Raitt's, "I Can't Make You Love Me"). And emotional classics by Joni Mitchell, Carole King, and Fleetwood Mac prove that while sonic style and songwriting changes over the decades, the raw feeling of heartbreak will always be relatable.
You may be trying to rekindle a smothered spark, dealing with quarantine-related long distance drama, or struggling with keeping your dating life going this winter. Whatever's causing you strife, we hope you'll find catharsis in one of these sad love songs.
Adele is the patron saint of powerhouse ballads, and "Someone Like You" ranks up there with her very best. Adele's voice can soar on top of a 30-piece orchestra, but here she's accompanied by a simple piano part as she addresses an ex who has moved on and found new love.
The intra-band romantic drama that fueled Fleetwood Mac's historic Rumors record is well documented, but even before its 1977 release, they were penning love songs that stuck to your ribs. One such track was "Landslide," a gorgeous, lilting showcase for singer Stevie Nicks about how love, in all its forms, never stays static.
The title track of Lizzo's breakout album sees the multitalented musician indulging her inner diva. From the opening line, she's belting as powerfully as she ever has, channeling the spirit of Aretha and Whitney. Much of Lizzo's music explores her own sense of self-worth and independence, but on "Cuz I Love You" she opens up about what she'll do for love.
Sam Smith has written plenty of songs about the bluer side of romance, but their hit single "Stay With Me" goes to a different place. The track is somewhere between booze-fueled longing and sober honesty. Smith knows that the connection they share with the song's subject is nothing like true love, but still a favorable alternative to isolation.
With the help of producer Salaam Remi, Amy Winehouse made "Tears Dry on Their Own," a modern spin on the long lineage of Motown's sad love songs. It even flips Marvin Gaye and Tami Terrell's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."