During my freshman year of college I met a group of girls through a mutual friend that would automatically become my closest friends.We hit it off the first night we met and with the exception of one, we're still together three years later living in the same house.Dating a guy with an even worse track record than herself, Swift made no attempts at hiding who this painful love ballad was about.As poor judgment on both their parts (Taylor was 19 and John was 31 at the time), Mayer has later gone on the record saying that he felt that the song was a low blow. OK, technically the song is about Camilla Belle, the girl Joe immediately dumped T-Swift for in 2008 (which he did with a super classy 28-second-long phone call).During some of my own saddest moments I have turned to Country music. In the case of extreme hatred, break-ups can occur.During the Valentine’s Day holiday, there are only two potential types of emotion that exist for people in a relationship. For those of you who may experience that this year, and I hope you don’t, I have compiled a list of the top 10 break-up country songs. I know this is a pretty popular song so many of you are probably wondering why it’s only number 10.For the most part, these tunes deal with being stabbed in the back by platonic friends; cheating spouses, you’re off the hook for today.
Crank up those speakers and scream it to that photo you promised yourself you'd burn!
In the video for the song, the actor playing the ex handed her a scarf. As the rare example of a jaded relationship song that isn't simply tearing the guy apart, "Back to December" was actually a sweet apology. Besides the timeline in the song matching up with the couple's relationship, there's also the dead giveaway line that says, "I miss your tan skin, your sweet smile.
Back in 2010, the ex-couple were photographed walking hand and hand in Central Park, with T-Swift keeping cozy with Gyllenhaal's scarf wrapped around her. Come on, his name is Styles and the song is titled "Style." DUH. Check out the lyric, "You got that long hair, slicked back, white t-shirt." Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner.
What could be more therapeutic following a break up than listing to some seriously feisty songs to get you over your ex?
Luckily the biggest names in pop - and we at Capital - have got you covered.