11+ Heartbreaking Tagalog Break-Up Lines

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When you’re in a relationship, a line like “Ayoko na.” is a line that you wouldn’t wanna hear. So, today, let’s learn some Tagalog break-up lines.

When you are in love, love quotes or “banat” in Tagalog really make us “kilig” (the feeling of excitement or thrill when you encounter a romantic experience). But, it hits differently when experiencing a breakup.

Breakups are one of the worst feelings in the world for most people. It can affect people differently, and it takes time to heal and forget. But, just like, what is said in a Filipino movie called “One More Chance,”

Baka kaya tayo iniiwan ng mga taong mahal natin, kasi baka merong bagong darating na mas OK, na mas mamahalin tayo, yung taong hindi tayo sasaktan at paaasahin, yung nag-iisang taong magtatama ng mali sa buhay naten, nang lahat ng mali sa buhay mo.”

“Maybe the people we love leave us because maybe someone better will come, who will love us more, the person who will not hurt us and make us hope, the only person who will correct the wrong in our life when everything in your life is.”

So, let’s learn some Tagalog break-up lines that you might need or hear. The English translation will also be provided to make it easier for you to understand.

Tagalog Break-Up Lines

Last few years, several breakups by Filipino power couples broke the hearts of their fans. Some of these couples are JaDine (James Reid and Nadine Lustre), Moira Dela Torre and Jason Marvin, Alyssa Valdez and Kiefer Ravena, Jake Cuenca and Kylie Verzosa, and JK Labajo and Maureen Wroblewitz.

This just proves that no matter how everything seems so perfect, you’ll never really know. The worst part is the fairytale-like love life might end up in a breakup.

Many things will change when you choose to walk away from a relationship. There might be a different reason why you break up with someone, but that doesn’t always mean that you don’t love or care about them anymore.

Filipinos have different ways of coping with a breakup. Some want to deal with it alone, and some want to talk to their friends. Either way, they all have one goal, and that is to cover up the pain from the breakup.

In this part of the blog, we will learn about different break-up lines. Although break-up lines differ for every situation, here are the most common that you’ll often hear in people or in movies/TV shows.

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1. Kailangan nating mag-usap. (We need to talk.)

[Speechword voice=”Filipino Female” isinline]Kailangan nating mag-usap[/Speechword]

If you hear this line from your partner, you probably know how this would end. The line “Kailangan nating mag-usap” means “We need to talk” in English. It is usually uttered with a serious tone and face. This is probably one of the most common ways to start a breakup conversation.

2. Tapusin na natin ito. (Let’s end this.)

[Speechword voice=”Filipino Female” isinline]Tapusin na natin ito[/Speechword]

If you want to say that you want to end the relationship directly, you can say, “Tapusin na natin ito.” Just make sure that you have an explanation of why you want to end the relationship.

3. Ayaw na kitang makita. (I don’t wanna see you anymore.)

[Speechword voice=”Filipino Female” isinline]Ayaw na kitang makita[/Speechword]

When you love someone, there’s the excitement and desire to see them every day. But, when you end things with that person, everything changes, especially when you did not end on good terms. Saying, “Ayaw na kitang makita” is one of the Tagalog break-up lines that is commonly used by Filipinos.

You might also hear the phrase Magtago kang mabuti ha, ayaw na kitang makita, (Hide very well, I don’t want to see you anymore)” is only used when you are really angry with someone and your relationship did not end really well. This is often used when your partner (ex) has done really horrible things that extremely hurt you.

4. Maging magkaibigan na lang tayo. (Let’s just be friends.)

[Speechword voice=”Filipino Female” isinline]Maging magkaibigan na lang tayo[/Speechword]

When you like someone, one of the worst feelings is being in the friend zone. So, when you hear the line “Maging magkaibigan na lang tayo,” you’re there in that zone. But, you know what? At least friends never break up.

5. Kailangan ko ng space. (I need space.)

[Speechword voice=”Filipino Female” isinline]Kailangan ko ng space[/Speechword]

Another common break-up line is “Kailangan ko ng space.”. This is a common break-up line not just for Filipinos. Asking for space doesn’t always mean breaking up but most of the time, it ends there. Asking for space is asking for a moment to think and weigh all the things. It is also a way to take a break from all the suffocating things in a relationship. Sometimes, when everything in a relationship feels so overwhelming, space can help.

6. Kailangan ko munang unahin ang sarili ko. (I need to prioritize myself first.)

[Speechword voice=”Filipino Female” isinline]Kailangan ko munang unahin ang sarili ko[/Speechword]

Have you ever felt lost when you were in a relationship? There are people who tend to forget to take care of themselves when they are in a relationship.

But, there will always be a time when you realize that you’re neglecting yourself too much. This leads us to one of the most popular Tagalo break-up lines which is, “Kailangan ko munang unahin ang sarili ko.” Remember, never apologize for prioritizing yourself first. Just like what they say, “Before loving someone, love yourself first.”

7. Kailangan ko munang magpokus sa aking karera/career. (I need to focus on my career first.)

[Speechword voice=”Filipino Female” isinline]Kailangan ko munang magpokus sa aking karera/career[/Speechword]

In a survey, Filipino youth nowadays prefer to prioritize their career first before being in a relationship or settling down. So, this has always been one of the most popular Tagalog break-up lines that you’ll often hear.

8. Hindi tayo para sa isa’t isa. (We are not meant to be together.)

[Speechword voice=”Filipino Female” isinline]Hindi tayo para sa isa’t isa[/Speechword]

There’s a famous Filipino line saying, “Pinagtagpo pero hindi tinadhana” which means, there are people whom we will meet but we’re not meant to be together. This is one of the famous break-up lines in Tagalog to say to someone after realizing that your differences won’t make your relationship work.

9. Hindi na kita mahal. (I don’t love you anymore.)

[Speechword voice=”Filipino Female” isinline]Hindi na kita mahal[/Speechword]

Of course, one of the most common reasons why people break up is when the love between each other have lost. So, to say that in Tagalog, you can use, “Hindi na kita mahal.”

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Other Tagalog Break-Up Lines

TagalogEnglish Translation
Mag-break na tayo.Let’s break-up.
Sa tingin ko kailangan nating magpahinga muna/ lumayo muna sa isa’t isa. I think we need a break.
Mayroong maskarapat-dapat pa para sa iyo. You deserve someone better.
Sa tingin ko’y naging mabilis and mga pangyayari. I think we’re moving too fast.
Hindi ako karapat-dapat para sa iyo.I’m not good enough for you.
Para ito sa ikabubuti ng lahat. It’s for the best.
Ayoko na. Pagod na ako. Ayoko na. Pagod na ako.
Mahahanap mo rin ang para sa iyo. Good luck na lang. You’ll eventually find the right person for you.
Hindi ikaw. Ako.It’s not you. It’s me.
Malaki na nag ipinagbago natin. We’ve grown apart.

Pinoy Break-Up Lines From Movies

TagalogEnglish Translation
“Naniwala ako sa’yo at ‘yon ang pagkakamali ko. Pagod na akong mag mukhang tanga. Pagod na akong mapag-iwanan. Pakiramdam ko, sinasayang ko lang ang buhay ko sa relasyong ito,”
The Hows Of Us (2018)
“I believed in you and that was my biggest mistake. I’m tired of looking foolish. I’m tired of being left behind. I feel as if I’m wasting my life on this relationship.”
“Gusto mong umalis ng banda ko? Do me a favor. (Gawan mo ako ng pabor). Umalis ka na rin sa buhay ko.”
The Breakup Playlist (2015)
“Do you want to leave my band? Do me a favor. Get out of my life too.”
“Binigay ko lahat. Ang oras ko, ang pagmamahal ko, ‘yong buong pagkatao ko binigay ko sa iyo. I gave you everything but you left me with nothing.”
How To Be Yours (2016)
“I gave you everything. My time, my love, and all I have. I gave you everything but you left me with nothing.”
“Sobrang mahal. Mahal na mahal na mahal. Pero mas kailangan ka niya.”
– She’s Dating The Gangster (2014)
“I love you so much. I love you really really much. But she needs you more.”
“Hindi ako ‘yong lalaking akala mo mahal mo.” Kaya siguro mas mabuti pa kung magkani-kaniya muna tayo.
‘Til My Heart Aches End (2010)
“I’m not the guy you thought you love. That’s why I think it would be better if we go on our own first.”
“Kulang pa kasi pakiramdam ko, mas mahal kita.”
You Changed My Life (2009)
“It wasn’t enough because I feel as if I love you more.”
Parang sinusuko ko na ang lahat. Poy nakakasakal, nakakasawa.”
One More Chance (2007)
“It’s like I have given up everything. Poy you’re holding me back, I’m fed up.”

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