By Amanda Wicks

(RADIO.COM) – Adele rose to fame on a voice that movingly sang about love, heartbreak and those relationships that leave their mark long after things have ended. It’s fair to say, then, she knows how to get over a breakup or two. What does she do exactly? Listen to music. The ballad queen shared her breakup playlist with fans.

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In a new interview with People, Adele said of life after a breakup, “I mope around for a little bit. I do embrace the fact that I’m heartbroken. I don’t move on quickly.” She listed her favorite songs to listen to during those moments.

The songs she turns to are a mix of classics like Etta James’ “All I Could Is Cry” and more modern pop fare like Katy Perry’s “Not Like the Movies.” Other selections include David Grey’s “This Year’s Love,” Mumford & Sons’ “After the Storm,” and Florence + the Machine’s “Cosmic Love.”

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As for her number one choice, that went to Bonnie Raitt’s classic “I Can’t Make You Love Me.” In fact, Adele has covered that number before. It even appears on her 2011 DVD Live at The Royal Albert Hall.

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