Weekend Soundtrack: Breakup: Mix for the Brokenhearted

31st August 2012

Weekend Soundtrack: Breakup: Mix for the Brokenhearted | Mighty Girl

I made you this because I love you, and you deserve better. Now go take a shower. I’m coming over with breakfast ice cream.

Breakup: Mix for the Brokenhearted on Spotify
Breakup: Mix for the Brokenhearted on Rdio


Pretty Girl At The Airport, The Avett Brothers
Louder Than Ever, Sarah Jaffe
Call It Off, Tegan and Sara
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, The Platters
You Could Be Happy, Snow Patrol
She’s So Hard, The Jezabels
I And Love And You, The Avett Brothers
Nothing’s Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now, Justin Townes Earle
Always On Your Side, Sheryl Crow
The Last Trick, Anja Garbarek
These Dreams, Jim Croce
Let Him Fly, Dixie Chicks
Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks, The National

If you liked this mix, you should know it completes the Woe Is Me Trilogy, the other parts of which can be found here:

This Particular Sadness
Baby Done Me Wrong

Commence wallowing!

6 thoughts on “Weekend Soundtrack: Breakup: Mix for the Brokenhearted

  1. Amber

    There should totally be a flavor of ice cream that tastes like breakfast. Ice cream with pancake bites and fruit in it with a syrup swirl. Let’s start a business, Maggie.

  2. Lisa

    Awesome mix, Maggie! I would like to humbly submit “Breakin’ Up” by Rilo Kiley as a potential addition. It’s a peppy break-up song appropriate for the post-break-up stage when you’re feeling glad that it’s over after all.

    Also, breakfast ice cream, where have you been all my life??

    @ Amber: the ice cream Secret Breakfast from Humphry Slocombe might fit the bill. Bourbon and cornflakes…amazing.

  3. Laura

    I wrote you a reply about your breakup post just recently. And came home to my own divorce filing in the most shocking way. So I should follow my own advice but it does not work when you are in the middle of it again. Life stinks sometimes but happening again? Ugh…..

  4. Molly

    l. Maple bacon doughnut ice cream. Bam.
    2. Always on Your Side, for some reason, hits me really hard. That’s an ugly-cry song for me.

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