After sorting through the shock of losing your ex, the time will come when you will ask Can I Get My Ex Back. As the post-mortem progresses one overlooked yet important aspect of your former relationship goes undetected that might provide the answer. That item is your song as a couple.
Relationships in general have songs. The type depends on the parties of the relationship. It might be a romantic ballad, a hot rock, cool jazz, or hometown country. Most will respond we never had a song, but that is not true, every couple has a song. The difficulty is we thing of a song as musical notes with lyrics for listening.
Songs of relationship are composed of words, acts, deeds, adventures, sadness, happiness and the list is as long as you want it to extend. Do you know your song? If you do not, it might be time to remember then write your song.
Start by composing the song through a detailed memory of your relationship. What were those items that made you happy as a person, as a couple? Consider the movies, the adventures, and the sneaking out to meet if there was one of you living at home. Think about the evenings of just staying in and watching TV, popcorn and all. Remember that cold fall day when you went sailing on a friend's boat. What made your ex laugh aloud, outrageously?
This example is a start but your song is taking shape. When you find the right words, when you include the right items you will know it because those thoughts will make you smile, laugh, or cry. In either case, those feelings mark important parts of your song.
A question to ask yourself, did the song get lost in the recent time prior to the breakup? Did those items fade?
If it did, understanding your song might be a key to solving the problem. You ex probably also has no idea that the two of you had a song. He/she will know that something changed; something took the joy from the relationship. Maybe playing your song together will let you both realize that the loss came because neither of you remembered your song.