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4. "I And Love And You" by The Avett Brothers
The title track of folk/country duo The Avett Brothers' major label debut was featured on the CW's One Tree Hill. This mournful, chills-inducing duet tells the story of a man looking for refuge because "three words that became hard to say/I and love and you."
5. "Zero" by The Yeah Yeah Yeahs
This song's angsty, nervous energy and Karen O wailing "You're a zeeero" makes us want to head bang the anger right out our system. Dumped? 10 Healthy Ways To Heal
6. "Gives You Hell" by The All-American Rejects
This fun, vengeful song reaches the bitter part of you that wants to see your ex suffer—while you stand there laughing.
The spare, repetitive beat and Kanye's auto-tuned voice remind us of that bleak, robotic period after a break up when all you can do is ask questions ("How could you be so cold? How could you be so heartless?").
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