Making a commitment to someone is very important, and breaking that commitment hurts everyone involved. Unfortunately, this happens all too often.
As you'll soon see, they do exist.countlessSongs about love affairs that show all sides of the story, from sad heartbreak songs to suspense songs about the emotion of asecret love case.
- Disclosure – Magnets feat. sir
- A Thing Goin’ On – Coolio
- Heard Through the Vine - Marvin Gaye
- She doesn't need to know - John Legend
- Say My Name - Destiny's Child
- I'm saving all my love for you -Whitney Houston
- That Kiss – Carly Rae Jepsen
- You Know I'm No Good - Amy Winehouse
- My little secret - Xscape
- Carefree Whispers—George Michael
- Should have said no -Taylor Swift
- Part Time Lover – Stevie Wonder
- Never Again - Kelly Clarkson
- Little Lies – Fleetwood Mac
- Rumor has it – Adele
- Irreplaceable – Beyoncé
- Secret Lovers - Atlantic Starr
- I'm not the only one - Sam Smith
- Parfum – Britney Spears
- Thinking of You - Katy Perry
- Cry Me A River – Justin Timberlake
- Secret Love - Small Mix
- Can't Do Anything (To Stop Me) - Chris Isaak
- Sobrenome - Carrie Underwood
- Girlfriend - Michael Jackson
- Call your girlfriend - Robyn
- 4h - Melanie Fiona
- Siga-me - Ten Crackers
Disclosure – Magnets feat. sir
This catchy song is the scandalous story of a man who cheats on his girlfriend with the song's singer. At first they did not feel guilty, but later the singer began to have real feelings for the man and became jealous. The melting magnets are a metaphor for her attraction. Now that the singer is developing feelings, the attraction between them weakens as it becomes more than just sneaking around. "The point of no return" would be to turn the affair into a real relationship.
A Thing Goin’ On – Coolio
This song is about an affair between two people, presumably Coolio and Mrs. Jones, who are already in their own relationships. The song reveals that they are sneaking around hoping not to get caught because they enjoy being together but don't want to end the relationships they are in. But everyone gets something they don't get from their own lovers, making this forbidden romance worth the risk. Coolio borrowed heavily from Billy Paul's classic "Me and Mrs. Jones" to make this song.
Heard Through the Vine - Marvin Gaye
What's worse than your partner cheating on you? Find out through the vine. The singer of this song is heartbroken to learn that his partner has cheated on him and intends to leave him. He mentions being told not to believe everything he hears, but he can't help but have a little doubt in his partner's faithfulness. Martin Gaye sang this song in 1968, but it was originally performed by Gladys Knight & the Pips in 1967. Gaye's version has grown in popularity and is the best known version.
She doesn't need to know - John Legend
In this song, the man who is cheating on his girlfriend doesn't feel much remorse for the forbidden love he found with another woman. He seems a little paranoid about getting caught, but ends up justifying his decisions by saying that the woman he's dating is also cheating on her partner. Perhaps the only redeeming quality is that the man knows that one day he will regret it, but for the moment he doesn't worry too much about it.
Say My Name - Destiny's Child
In this song, the woman suspects that her partner is cheating on her. She wants him to say her name and call her "Baby" to prove that there isn't another woman in the room with him right now. The song is somewhat stylized as a phone call, as later in the song she claims he said he was alone "two seconds ago". "Say My Name" was released in 1999 and remains a memorable song to this day. It has been certified three times platinum in the US and twice in Australia and the UK, and has received many other awards and certifications over the years.
I'm saving all my love for you -Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston quickly rose to fame when this song appeared on her debut album in 1985. Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. originally sang the song, but most people know it as Whitney. It was her first song to reach No. 1 on the Hot 100 in the US and No. 1 in the UK. The song is about a woman who longs for a married man and insists on waiting for him. The song hints that the husband will not be faithful to his wife, as he told her to "wait a little longer".
That Kiss – Carly Rae Jepsen
Some kisses are irresistible, and this song cycles through the conflicting feelings of wanting you while staying true to the relationship you're in. It's about a guy and a girl who are desperate to kiss, but they're both in a relationship. The singer seems to stay strong and ends up resisting, but not before fighting with herself about the decision and making risky choices about where she will face it.
You Know I'm No Good - Amy Winehouse
When you cheat on your partner, you cheat on yourself, and Amy Winehouse knew it. She was honest about her unfaithfulness to her lover in her song, and her disappointment in herself can be heard. But she expected to behave like this. The song is not only heartbreaking for the man she cheated on, but for Amy as well, because it shows how little she thought of herself knowing that she wouldn't be faithful in her relationship. However, the man doesn't seem surprised by the third verse, which only breaks Amy's heart even more.
My little secret - Xscape
Cheating is portrayed in My Little Secret as something to be proud of. He makes the bold claim that "everyone cheats", but you have to know how to do it right to make sure no one finds out. This song was Xscape's last single before they disbanded in 1998. It reached the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 and was sampled by Lil Wayne in 2010.
Carefree Whispers—George Michael
The person singing those lyrics is a repentant cheater, and no, it's not an autobiographical George Michael song. He was only seventeen when he wrote these lyrics and has said in interviews that while this song means something to many people, it meant nothing to him, especially as he was too young to know anything about relationships. Still, this moving song about a man feeling guilty as he dances with the lover he cheated on remains one of his most popular songs of all time.
Should have said no -Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift wrote this song as a teenager just days before recording it. Unfortunately it's autobiographical and based on what she said to her ex-boyfriend who cheated on her. Rather than being an angry song, it should deal with the moral ramifications of cheating and how easy it would be to just say no and not ruin the entire relationship. "I shouldn't be wondering why" shows that she may have only momentarily blamed herself, but quickly realized that he had his actions under control.
Part Time Lover – Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder takes on the role of a man married to a part-time mistress in this song. He and his lover communicate via flashing lights to determine whether or not they can spend the night together. They keep the affair a secret and pretend they don't know each other when they see each other during the day. By the end of the song, Stevie understood what came to mind when he found out that his wife was cheating on him when a man showed up at his house looking for her.
Never Again - Kelly Clarkson
"Never Again" is a bitter song that does not wish her ex-boyfriend or the other girl well, although she "never wishes bad things". In the song, Kelly Clarkson has a slightly smug (arguably deserved) attitude towards her ex, asking what it's like for her to be everywhere – citing her fame – but she's not really there. She also talks about how her new girl is too naive to know how horrible he is and that Clarkson is now wise enough to know that she should stay away.
Little Lies – Fleetwood Mac
In this song, the singer wants to go back to when their relationship was happy and stable, but in the end, they know it's better to end it. The little lies are probably pretty words and "I love you" that aren't really real but make the relationship look good. Some people might assume that the reason for the relationship failure is an affair, but the song isn't specific enough to be the only meaning. Regardless, these "sweet little lies" are the duct tape that holds everything together.
Rumor has it - Adele
In an interview, Adele said that she wrote this song because her friends asked her about the rumors they heard about her. "People say crazy things," sings Adele, and she wanted to make it clear that you can't believe everything you hear. But since this song mentions another woman half the man's age, a second interpretation of the song could be a woman telling her partner that the girl he's cheating with isn't comparable and that he likes to look like a fool for joking around.
Irreplaceable – Beyoncé
Beyonce takes on the role of a woman who has just found out that her partner is cheating on her and puts all of his stuff in a box and tells him to get out! The man acts like he's irreplaceable, but he's actually Beyoncé. It's a powerful song about finding your self worth when someone is trying to make you feel bad. This song is incredibly popular and has been certified platinum in many countries. Funnily enough, it was supposed to be a country song! Ne-yo wrote this song and originally wanted Shania Twain or Faith Hill to sing it.
Secret Lovers - Atlantic Starr
Secret Lovers is a forbidden love story between a man and a woman who are married and cheat on their spouses. They know they can never be found out because it would tear their families apart, but they can't help but be together because they feel like they belong together. They try to justify their actions by thinking that their spouses might also have secret lovers. Your take on the situation can be summed up by asking, "Is this cruel or do we care?"
I'm not the only one - Sam Smith
In this song, the singer reveals that he suspected that his wife has been cheating on him for several months and it turned out to be true. He seems to have spoken to her about it because she called him crazy and now she's not.lie about itor try to make him believe that you are making this whole thing up. However, it is not clear in the lyrics if the singer wants a divorce or not. He says he would like it to end, but that could be related to their affair.
Parfum – Britney Spears
Britney sings in this song about her ex-fiance who is cheating on her. But instead of getting angry and throwing him out, she's more subtle. She puts on the perfume when she's near him, so maybe the other girl will smell it when he's near her, which will make her break up with him. This tactic suggests that she loved him enough to want to keep him or that she wanted to let the other girl know she was there before breaking up with him.
Thinking of You - Katy Perry
Katy Perry sings about how hard it was to get over an ex-boyfriend. She had no choice but to break up with him, even though she didn't want to, and reveals that whenever she was with someone new, she thought about him. His metaphor of the apple and the seed is the perfect way to explain a painful separation: the apple is gone, but the seed - the smallest memory - remains, just to remind you of what you've lost.
Cry Me A River – Justin Timberlake
"Cry Me A River" is a relentless song by a man who found out his girlfriend was cheating on him. "Cry me a river" is a snarky saying for someone when you have no sympathy for their sad story. The use of the phrase shows how the singer feels about his girlfriend cheating on him not just once, but reportedly many times. He moves on and there is no room for sympathy or forgiveness in this situation.
Secret Love - Small Mix
"Secret Love" is a song about thatwanting to be with someone when you can't. It's a duet with Little Mix and Jason Derulo, and Derulo's line is about an affair he had with a woman who was dating someone else. They wanted to be together, but they couldn't be public. Some people interpret this song as being about not being with someone for whatever reason and not just cheating, because the frustration of forbidden love can extend beyond love affairs.
Can't Do Anything (To Stop Me) - Chris Isaak
"Stop thinking about me," an ex-lover might say. This song might be a smart response to demand. Chris Isaak is trapped in an ex's mind and no one can stop him. Thinking about his ex makes his days easier and he finds comfort in the thoughts while being with someone who reminds him of his ex. Maybe it's an unhealthy mindset, but what else are you supposed to do if you can't stop thinking about them?
Sobrenome - Carrie Underwood
Last Name is a comic tale of drunken flirtation (and possibly a one-night stand?) turned into a Las Vegas wedding. The singer is ashamed that this happened, especially since she got married and did not even know her new last name! It's unclear if the singer cheated on anyone in all of this, but she lends herself to this situation, as she says, "I've done things I'm not proud of." maintaining her reputation betrayed her mother.
Girlfriend - Michael Jackson
Unlike other cheating songs, this one doesn't try to hide the relationship. No, it's about making the relationship official by telling the girl's boyfriend about the affair so he can leave and they can live happily ever after. It's a bold move, but what could go wrong? The song was first performed by Wings, although the song was scheduled to be sung by Michael Jackson. It was released in 1978 and Michael Jackson finally covered it the same year.
Call your girlfriend - Robyn
In this song, a woman tells her lover how to break up with his girlfriend so they can be together. However, she advises him to do it gently, as news is difficult to spread. It might seem a little dishonest since she tells him to skip the details, but it's for her own good that she doesn't know why he wants to leave her. While the wife may seem cruel for telling her husband to break up with his girlfriend, she seems genuinely concerned about her girlfriend's feelings.
4h - Melanie Fiona
This touching song is about a woman who found out that her husband was cheating on her. She knows she's worth more and deserves more, but her love for him is strong enough to make her stay longer than she should. Rico Love wrote this song and contacted Melanie Fiona hoping she would agree to sing it. Fiona said the song really fit her situation well and loved that someone could write a song that fit her life.
Siga-me - Ten Crackers
Here the narrator tries to convince the woman to stay with him even though he is already in a relationship. He tries to convince her that it's okay, pointing out that she doesn't seem to feel guilty, so obviously she's not very sorry.