HUMOR DISCLAIMER: I do NOT endorse killing your woman. It is unethical, immoral and against the law in many jurisdictions. Don't do it. Thank you.
That said, don't you hate a long, crappy breakup? I know I do. Wouldn't you just love to cut off all the whining and recriminations and such? It CAN be done.
Here we have my CD mix disc of the ultimate OJ breakup songs-
SONGS TO KILL YOUR WOMAN BY:
"Excitable Boy" Warren Zevon
"I Used to Love Her" Guns n Roses
"Delia's Gone" Johnny Cash
"Psycho" Elvis Costello
"The Cold Hard Facts of Life" Porter Wagoner
"Women's Prison" Loretta Lynn
"It'll Be Me" Jerry Lee Lewis
"Red Headed Stranger" Willie Nelson
"Hey Joe" Jimi Hendrix
"Hey Joe" The Byrds
"The Name of This Thing Is Not Love" Elvis Costello
"Run for Your Life" The Beatles
"30 Days" Chuck Berry "I'm giving you 30 days to get back home" or else what, exactly?
"Smoking Gun" Robert Cray
"'97 Bonnie and Clyde" Eminem
"Kill You" Eminem
"Tom Dooley" Kingston Trio
"Behind the Wall" Tracy Chapman
"Did She Jump or Was She Pushed?" Richard and Linda Thompson
"Time of the Preacher Theme" Willie Nelson
"Knoxville Girl" Louvin Brothers
"Pretty Polly" Sandy Denny
"Goodnight Irene" Leadbelly
People make such a big, heavy deal of one little killing. Start by lightening up with the childhood whimsy of Warren Zevon, the "Excitable Boy."
Not entirely surprisingly, Eminem comes up dominant in the songs-to-kill-your-woman-by sweepstakes. Of course, there's the classic "'97 Bonnie and Clyde" and the near unbearable brutality of "Kim." Also though, there's his career musical high point, "Kill You." Admittedly, this represents rather a shotgun approach, as he's set to kill pretty much everyone, but he starts with his "slut."
Then, of course, there's poor, confused "Stan." Unlike Scott Peterson, though, he went down with the ship. We should, then, count it as a mitigating factor in his defense that Stan did us all a significant favor by cleaning up his corner of the gene pool.
Naturally, you're also going to get plenty of good country songs. You gots to get Johnny Cash and ol' Porter up in the mix. Elvis Costello made one of his best performances from the old, obscure country freakin' of "Psycho."