Posted on February 6, 2013
Just because it’s supposed to be a day filled with love, chocolate, flowers, and dates, doesn’t mean singles have to like it. In fact, Howl at the Moon invites you to instead, take a page out of Jennifer Garner’s playbook and join us in a Love Sux celebration on Thursday, Feb. 14. Don’t worry happy couples; you’re welcome to join as well.
No party would be complete without the perfect “Love Sucks Playlist,” so be sure to check out some samples below, ideal for the best anti-Valentine’s Day gathering around.
6. Forget You | Performed by Cee Lo Green
This may be the clean version, but the sentiment is all the same in Cee Lo Green’s classic break-up tune.
5. Cry Me a River | Performed by Justin Timberlake
Commonly known as the song inspired by his split from singer, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake’s never looked better as the ex-boyfriend intent on exacting revenge.
4. Turning Tables | Performed by Adele
While most are likely familiar with her radio hits such as “Set Fire to the Rain” and “Someone Like You,” Adele’s fabulous live rendition of “Turning Tables” perfectly hammers home the need to call it quits.
3. F*** It (I Don’t Want You Back) | Performed by Eamon
Even the title cuts right to the chase in Eamon’s near-flawless ballad that has become the anthem for the recently heartbroken all over the world.
2. You Oughta Know | Performed by Alanis Morissette
It may be nearly 20 years old, but this song continues to stand the test of time, thanks in part to the long-standing rumor that former flame, Dave Coulier (Uncle Joey from Full House), is the cause of Alanis Morissette’s anger.
1. Love Stinks | Performed by Adam Sandler in “The Wedding Singer”
When it comes to “anti-love” songs, Adam Sandler’s freshly dumped version of “Love Stinks” undoubtedly takes the cake as the must-have song for any “Love Sucks Playlist.”