Have you ever noticed that the best music has the worst message? Most of radio's pop princes and princesses are touting the usual money, sex, and drugs agenda, but there are a few select artists who sing about the same thing every single song. Taylor Swiftand Adele are dueling songstresses that always sing about broken relationships. The breakup never seems to be their fault, but somehow you justify their crazy reactions because the song is either catchy or beautifully sung. Here's a comparison of the two pop divas and their respective songs.

Adele because unrequited love sucks

No one can deny that Adele has an absolutely beautiful, powerful and soul stirring voice. The problem is her songs are unbelievably depressing and she sings about the same thing: unrequited love. In Hello, Someone Like You and more recently, Send My Love (To Your New Lover), Adele plays the heartbroken girl who is still pining after a guy who has moved on. What does she do? She selfishly contacts that guy and unloads all of her mushy feelings onto him, completely ignoring the fact that he's happy without her.

Here's the problem with these songs: you basically feel sorry for Adele because you can hear the heartbreak in her voice. It makes you forget how awful it is that she would upend the life of someone she claims to love in order to please herself. She never gets the backlash that Swift does for making songs like this,mostly due to the fact that she's now married and has a child in real life. So even though her personal life seems to be on track, her songs are still about ruining the lives of former lovers long after the relationship is over.

Maybe people think it's all in good fun. After all, Alanis Morissette's critically acclaimed debut album, Jagged Little Pill, was all about heartbreak and anger over her breakup with Full House star Dave Coulier. Then after its success, Morissette found peace and began writing more cheery and mellow songs. In response, the world got bored with her. So in that light, maybe Adele's just trying to stay relevant.

Still, it doesn't change the fact that her songs send a horrible message to her fans that they should Facebook stalk their old boyfriends in the hopes that one day, he'll come back to them. Get it over it girls. Watch the Saturday Night Live skit below and laugh at the absurdity of getting upset over Adele's sad songs.

Taylor Swift because it's always his fault

Speaking of Swift, almost all of her songs from the country and pop genre are about how some guy has wronged her.

InI Knew You Were Trouble, We Are Never Getting Back TogetherandWildest Dreams, Swift plays the role of the innocent girl who is duped by her bad boy boyfriends. It's long been reported that hersongwriting inspiration is based on her failedrelationships.

For instance, the songsI Knew You Were Trouble, Style and Out of the Woods are speculated to be about her highly publicized romance with One Direction band member Harry Styles.

To date, Swift has had at least six boyfriends, each with a matching song.At the 2013 Golden Globe Awards, Swift's act apparently had gotten old because hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler skewered the country singer for her slew of relationships and the songs they inspired. Fey taunted, "You know what Taylor Swift? You stay away from Michael J. Fox's son." Ouch! Rude or on point, the jabs obviously didn't deter Swift from making songs about her beaus and her fan base has only gotten bigger and bigger. Fun fact: Swift lost the Best Original Song category that year to none other than Adele.

Of course, even Swift can poke fun at herself.

In her Wildest Dreams and Blank Space videos, she portrays herself as the crazy one in the relationship. It just goes to show you that Swift rules relationship drama, although Adele isn't that far behind.

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