This Love Song Is Responsible for 64 Percent of Women Contacting Their Exes

The thing with love songs is that they remind us of people in our past. Whether we are currently going through a rough breakup, or we're just the reminiscent type who listens to each lyric and finds ourselves strolling down memory lane, we play the song on repeat and go places we might not have gone had the song not existed. There's one current song in particular that's really stirring things up. Adele's Adele's new single "Hello" has been touted as one of the best new hits around by people far and wide. But there's a particular crew who's seriously into it, and not just because they've missed Adele's sultry voice. [bctt tweet="This Love Song Is Responsible for 64 Percent of Women Contacting Their Exes"], a dating website, surveyed 41,000 people and discovered that 64 percent of women considered linking back up with their exes after hearing Adele's new hit. The men on the other hand weren't so into that idea. Only 17 percent of them revealed that "Hello" made them want to rekindle. But, if you think about it ... maybe men are just as involved as the women are. With 64 percent of women stretching out a hand to their former partners, the men are on the other end, picking up the phone, answering the door, opening messages, etc. Did Adele's new ballad, "Hello" make you reach back out to an old flame? Source: Women's Health [caption id="attachment_117909" align="alignleft" width="100"]snapchat @BodyRockTV[/caption] [caption id="attachment_117910" align="alignleft" width="100"]instagram @BodyRockOfficial[/caption]

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