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The 55 best songs to apologize for

There are many situations in which you have to apologize and sometimes it is easier when you use a song. An argument can tear people apart. We have all started an argument at one point or another where we hurt another loved one. Sometimes the damage is so deep that even a sincere apology doesn't help. Some mean things are more difficult to forgive than others.

An important step in rebuilding a good relationship is to apologize. An apology is the starting point for a fresh start. Face the consequences that you have caused with your hurtful act!

(At the end of the article we have created a Spotify playlist for you with all of the songs listed here.)

The best songs for an apology:

1. Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word by Elton John

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Of course, this Elton John classic has to be mentioned first. Apologizing and saying the words “I'm sorry” is sometimes easier said than done.

2. So Sorry from Feist

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Canadian pop singer and guitarist "Leslie Feist" sings in this song about saying "I'm sorry" rather than arguing and crying.

3. Apologize by One Republic Ft. Timbaland

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This classic was released in 2007, from which no one could escape. The song belonged on every Heartbreak CD. The song is packed with regret and drama and became one of the catchy tunes of the 2000s.

4. Ms. Jackson from Outkast

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Couples in love often quarrel more often than they would like. So it's no wonder that there are countless songs in which the protagonist apologizes to his girlfriend or boyfriend. But at Ms. Jackson, the rapper apologizes to the mother of his ex-partner. The chorus of the song is, "" I'm sorry Ms. Jackson, I really am. I never wanted to make your daughter cry, I apologize a trillion times. "

5. All Apologies of Nirvana

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The heartbreak song was written by Kurt Cobain, the lead singer of the band Nirvana. He wrote the song for his wife and daughter. In the song, he takes the blame for all of the family's problems.

6. Hello from Adele

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In this song a woman tries to apologize to her old love. But the former lover doesn't answer the phone. So she speaks to him on the answering machine and pouring out her heart.

7. Please Forgive Me by Bryan Adams

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The song by Canadian rock singer Bryan Adams was released in 2010. In it, he wants to do everything better and remind his ex-girlfriend that they are like two perfect pieces of a puzzle. The lyrics are sincere apologies that come from the heart.

8. Sorry from Ciara

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Misconduct and misunderstandings must be corrected immediately before they lead to major problems. If you think so, you should definitely listen to this song by the American R&B singer.

9. If I Could Turn Back Time by Cher

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This song is about remorse. The protagonist just wants to be able to press the reset button. So she could take back all the mean words and things she's done. Her actions drove her boyfriend away because she was too proud to apologize.

10. Back to December by Taylor Swift

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The song is an apology letter to her former boyfriend. She treated her boyfriend badly, which led to a dramatic conflict that wounded the relationship: "You gave me roses and I left them to die." She regrets her behavior and wishes to rewind time can.

That was a small excerpt from our playlist of the best songs to apologize. In the following we have compiled 55 songs for you that deal with the topic of "excuses". Check out our playlist!

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Each song is linked to the associated music video via the title.

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How to apologize properly:

  1. Admit your mistake.
  2. Show remorse. Say that you are sorry and that you want to apologize. If necessary, prepare your apology beforehand. Do not defend your act.
  3. Take responsibility. Be very clear about what you want to apologize for. Self-reflection is very important here, it shows that you have thought about it.
  4. Think about how you will make up for the argument. Be as specific as possible.
  5. Listen to what the other person has to say.
  6. Be grateful for the opportunity to apologize.
  7. Have patience. As mentioned at the beginning, an argument can also leave you with such deep pain that your apology will not be accepted. Show understanding and tell the other person that you are always welcome. Time often heals all wounds.