The best breakup songs of all time

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Beyoncé - 'Irreplaceable' - In her spirited 2006 ode to knowing your worth, Beyoncé tells her ex to pack his bags and leave. 

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Cher - 'Believe' - The singer's 1998 no-regrets breakup track will have you dancing your heartbreak away.

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Gloria Gaynor - 'I Will Survive' - Gloria Gaynor's 1978 disco anthem sets the absolute gold standard for rallying breakup songs. 

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Sheryl Crow - 'My Favorite Mistake' - The rumor mill has it that Sheryl Crow was singing about Eric Clapton in this 1998 song about a philandering partner.

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Phil Collins - 'Against All Odds' - Phil Collins' vocals can really tug on the heartstrings, and this 1984 breakup classic is an excellent case in point.

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CeeLo Green - 'Forget You' - CeeLo Green's 2010 hit gives a big 'F-You' to a gold-digging ex and the rich new man in her life.

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The Killers - 'Mr. Brightside' - If you can't stop dwelling on all the dirty details of what your lover might be up to, give this 2003 indie anthem a spin.

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Toni Braxton - 'Un-break my Heart' - The blistering 1996 ballad is all about willing an ex to return and undo all their emotional damage.

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Kelis - 'Caught Out There' - An outraged Kelis tells her unfaithful lover just how she feels in her 1999 hit about no-good cheats. 

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The Streets - 'Dry Your Eyes' - This bitter-sweet 2004 heartbreak anthem from British rapper Mike Skinner, under his stage name The Streets, is both a lament and a pep talk.

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