Playlist: 10 Songs About Cheating And Infidelity

Cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater…or however that phrase goes. Okay, unless somebody is in a terrible or abusive sort of relationship, infidelity is such a turn off . A big turn off. Cheating isn’t just the physical act of hooking up with somebody else behind your partner’s back either. Emotional cheating, confiding with someone else for emotional fulfillment, can be just as detrimental to a relationship.  It takes a lot to squick me out, but infidelity is pretty high on that list–though it’s still behind mint chocolate, which is the most offensive, always.

So cheating sucks, but honestly, cheating has inspired some amazing songs. So, in a way, cheating is a necessary evil because, while it sucks, I want some good music in my life. So I’d say that it’s a pretty fair compromise. I guess that’s how it works.

Here’s a playlist of songs about finding love in someone else or feeling betrayed by the one you love.

You Cheated, You Lied from gurldotcom on 8tracks Radio.

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TRACKLIST: TLC – Creep • Carrie Underwood – Before He Cheats • Shaggy – It Wasn’t Me • Destiny’s Child – Say My Name  • No Doubt – Artificial Sweetener • Metric – Gold Guns Girls • Blue Cantrell – Hit ‘Em Up Style • Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Cheated Hearts • Dolly Parton – Jolene • The Shangri-Las – You Cheated, You Lied


What songs remind you of cheating? What music did you listen to to cope after being cheated on? Tell us in the comments!


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  • lena

    unfaithful is the best

  • Cat

    Sweet Revenge by Hey You 🙂

  • Bunny

    I love Cardigan Weather by Meg & Dia. Because if your man is cheating, the best way to deal with it is obviously to murder him and hide his body in your mattress. 😉

  • Jess

    I Don’t Want You Anymore by Jessica Lowndes and Boyfriend by RaeLynn

  • Naz

    Mr. Brightside by the Killers, always a classic

    • Wow…I can’t believe that I left that one out! My 16 year old self is so disappointed in the decisions that I’ve made.