Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Maybe you’re taken or maybe you’re single… or something in between. Relationships these day aren’t black and white. Whatever form your relationship is taking these days, we’ve got a song for you.


If you’re in the beginning stages and things are going uh-mazing, you should listen to I Really Like You by Carly Rae Jepsen. The fun, catchy song captures the feelings you didn’t want to say out loud yourself.



If your ex has moved on before you and you’re upset over it: don’t be! Listen to Dancing On My Own by Robyn. The singer sees her old fling with his new girl and comes to terms with that it isn’t her.



If you’re the side chick, this song by Diana Espir might be your new anthem. Side Chick covers all of the emotions you might have been having about the situation. It might be time to move on.



If your relationship is red hot listen to Drunk in Love by Beyoncé and featuring her husband Jay-Z. This song is filled with raunchy lyrics, but hidden well behind Bey’s perfect voice. Watch the video if you have no idea what we are talking about.



If you’re still feeling down about that breakup you need to dig into your archives and listen to Someone Like You by Adele. The ballad explores how Adele misses her old bae, but is going to move on to bigger and better things.



If you’re ready to move tf on listen to Go Your Own Way by Fleetwood Mac. This song covers all the feels: loneliness, confusion, despair, and indifference. Lindsey wants Stevie back, but by the end of the song is ready to move on.



If you’re discouraged by the selection on Tinder listen to No Scrubs by TLC. Remember your worth and don’t settle for a scrub. You’re sure to find a diamond in the rough… you gotta just keep swiping!



If you are just soOoOo in love then play last year’s most popular love song on repeat. Ellie Goulding kills it in Love Me Like You Do, which was featured on the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack. The lyrics include lines like, “you can see the world you brought to life,” and “only you can set my heart on fire.”



If you are loving the single life than this is probably your go-to anthem. Single Ladies by Beyoncé is a crowd (and karaoke night) favorite. Go out with your girls and get ready to dance the night away.



If you know he/she’s the one, pull out your copy of The Wedding Singer and skip ahead to this scene. Adam Sandler’s character reveals his feelings for Drew Barrymore in front of everyone on a plane, including her terrible fiancé.

xx, The FabFitFun Team