We've all had our hearts broken and we all have those go-to songs that get us through a nasty break up. It's those come-back-fighting tracks that are key to getting past the denial/pyjama phase.
In a recent survey by gaming site mobileslots.com, women named the songs they're most likely to listen to after breaking up with a partner.
Naturally, 'Single Ladies' by Beyoncé topped the poll with 23
There's no way to get over a break up than by busting out all Bey's moves to this track. It's had an incredible 325,139,608 views on YouTube so we're all doing it.
2. 'I Will Survive' by Gloria Gaynor: 20
Boys II Men aka Michael McCary, Nathan Morris, Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman made harmonising HOT in 1992 with this track, it stayed at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for 13 weeks.
20,195,693 YouTube views? Pretty impressive.
4. 'I Will Always Love You' by Whitney Houston: 13
British/American rock with a catchy chorus? What's not to like?
It's had 21,245,808 views on YouTube making it a solid entry for position number 5.
6. 'We Are Never Ever' by Taylor Swift: 7
How did Taylor Swift top this in the poll, how?
We LOVE anything with Adele's name on it and could have this song on repeat everyday of the week.
And FYI it's had more YouTube views than Beyoncé's 'Single Ladies' with a staggering 400,219,750 hits.
8. 'Cry Me A River' by Justin Timberlake: 3
Yes it will! YouTube views: 3,335,728.
10. 'Fighter' by Christina Aguilera: 2%
Christina's Stripped album is SO our teenage selves going through bust ups with the boyfriend and belting it out in our silver mini Metro with the girls.
YouTube views: 26,879,557. Head bangs/scowls/fist clenches: millions.
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