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When it comes to heartbreak, there’s nothing better than listening to a song that expresses exactly how you feel.
The ’80s were the decade of pop music, and the songs we listened to made it easy for us to relate to each other and feel less alone in our experiences. While there are a lot of great love songs from this decade, here are 10 of the best heartbreak songs from the ’80s.
The Most Popular Heart Songs of the ’80s
The 1980s were an extremely popular time for music. A lot of the songs that came out during this decade are still played today. Here are some of the most popular heart songs from the ’80s:
1. If Looks Could Kill
Heart’s album was released in 1985. It was released in 1985 as the album’s final single. The song tells the story of a woman who confronts a cheating lover. It peaked at number 54 on the Billboard 100.
2. What About Love?
This song was released in 1985 and reached number ten on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. It peaked at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart. This song has become a classic love song that everyone can relate to at some point in their life.
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The song is a song released in 1985 as the second single from her eighth studio album. It peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100. A song with lyrics that portray someone discouraged by love.
4. Nothin’ At All
This love song was written by Mark Mueller. It was released as Heart’s fourth single. The song reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 hit. This is a love song about a new relationship that happens effortlessly.
5. Who Will You Run To
This song was released in 1987. It was released as a single from Heart’s ninth studio album, Bad Animals.The song is about a person who has had their heart broken and can’t find anyone to love them.
Alone is a song released on the album Take a Cold Look in 1983 under the name i-Ten. Heart covered it on their 1987 album, which reached number one in the US and Canada.