Top break up songs to help mend a bruised heart (or make you cry)

Do you have a playlist of sad songs that keep you company during a break up?

Well, sometimes songs can do more harm than good.

Listening to sad tracks while going through a break up may make you feel worse, according to music therapist researchers.

Callers shared their views on this and shared their preferred songs and artists when recovering from heartbreak.

Below are four picks from 702 presenter Azania Mosaka and her team:

  • Lady Antebellum Need You Now
  • Usher Confessions
  • A Great Big World Say Something
  • Adele Someone Like You

Take a listen to callers share their go-to tracks:


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