10 Best Fleetwood Mac Healing Songs After A Breakup

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It’s not easy helping yourself after a breakup, but sometimes, it’s the little things that’ll get you going the most. If you’re in dire need of a good cry after a broken relationship, then there’s nothing more efficient than to listen to Fleetwood Mac songs. One of the more famous bands when dealing with the heartbreaking moments in our lives, the songs presented below are a great reminder to all of us that we are not dealing with the post-relationship blues alone.


“Second Hand News” – Rumours (1977)

An opening track of Fleetwood Mac’s commercially successful album Rumours, song is written by Lindsey Buckingham. It’s one of the songs written by the guitarist that parallels the failing relationship between him and bandmate Stevie Nicks.

“Dreams” – Rumours (1977)

Another track to belong from the Rumours LP, the song is written by Stevie Nicks with the same notion about her and Buckingham’s disappearing feelings. While Nicks became the principal songwriter of the song, the rest of the band felt connected with the growing emotional upheavals that the band has endured.

“Little Lies” – Tango in the Night (1987)

Written by Christie McVie, it’s that one track that tells you how good you are at hiding feelings for someone whom you broke up. The song was released as the third single for the band’s Tango in the Night album.

“Never Going Back Again” – Rumours (1977)

Another Rumours track to bag a spot in our breakup songs, “Never Going Back Again” reflects the person’s desire after a breakup to never make the same mistakes again. It’s also one of the most beloved songs from the group.

“Landslide” – Fleetwood Mac (1975)

To let go of a relationship can be one of the biggest dilemmas that a person might face, but “Landslide” truly captures the feeling of being okay with the decision. It is one of Fleetwood Mac’s concert staples.

“Go Your Own Way” – Rumours (1977)

This well-received by critics song tells us the sudden realization that we get about loving someone which isn’t the right thing to do. It’s mortifying, but we have to accept it for both of each other’s sakes.

“Stop Dragging My Heart Around” Bella Donna (1981)

Yes, it’s not a Fleetwood Mac song, but it’s still worthy to be appreciated as a great breakup song courtesy of Stevie Nicks. “Stop Dragging My Heart Around” commands us to stop toying with a person’s feelings after a breakup.

“Love Is Dangerous” Behind the Mask (1990)

The title says it all and Fleetwood Mac mean every word. “Love Is Dangerous” are the ones that you should listen to if you want to feel the fragility of love.

“The Chain” – Rumours (1977)

This total banger song tells us the point-of-view of a person who feels betrayed after his/her partner didn’t want to continue the relationship. It’s one of the highlights from the album.

“Silver Springs” – Single (1997)

A forgotten gem that was supposed to be included from the band’s Rumours album. It reminds us to release all the bad energies and move on.