Wes Anderson fans (and, well, music fans), rejoice: this month, American Laundromat Records is set to release I Saved Latin: A Tribute to Wes Anderson, a 23-song, two-disk compilation of songs from Anderson’s various films as covered by different artists.

Check out some of our favorite songs about betrayal—in no particular order—below.

“Back Stabbers” by the O’Jays Somebody’s out to get your lady A few of your buddies they sure look shady Blades are long, clenched tight in their fist Aimin’ straight at your back And I don’t think they’ll miss This 1972 soul track warns men to keep an eye on their so-called friends when they’re involved with a lady. “All the time they want to take your place.” “We Used to be Friends” by The Dandy Warhols A long time ago, we used to be friends But I haven’t thought of you lately at all The lyrics are vague, but some speculate that this song is about the oft-dysfunctional relationship between Dandy Warhols frontman Courtney Taylor-Taylor and The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe, as documented in the movie Dig! Such a Night by Dr John I came here with my best friend Jim Here I am, just trying to steal you away from him Betrayal songs told from the point-of-view of those done wrong are more common, but this one is told from the perspective of Dr. “Positively 4th Street” by Bob Dylan You got a lotta nerve To say you are my friend When I was down You just stood there grinning There’s been speculation for decades about who this song—one of Dylan’s most bitter and straightforward—is about.

John as he attempts to seduce his best friend’s date. Some theories suggest it’s singer Phil Ochs, while others claim it’s directed at Sing Out! “Backstreets” by Bruce Springsteen Blame it on the lies that killed us Blame it on the truth that ran us down You can blame it all on me Terry It don’t matter to me now The gender ambiguity of the name “Terry” makes this one more difficult to decode, but one thing’s clear: someone did the Boss wrong, and he’s feeling nostalgic for the happy times they used to have.

“I still refer to that sound sometimes—the doubled harmonica part on my song “Vagabond” from my There’s Always Another Girl album was an homage.” Listen to “Needle in the Hay” in the player above. A Tribute To Wes Anderson will be released on May 13 via American Laundromat Records.

These aren’t to be confused with our list of the best break-up songs, however.

when Julius Caesar was famously sold out by his friend Marcus Junius Brutus and fatally stabbed 23 times in the Roman Senate—we’ve compiled a list of songs of betrayal.For the most part, these tunes deal with being stabbed in the back by platonic friends; cheating spouses, you’re off the hook for today.“One was to Paul Westerberg, one to the band X—both written when I was a teenager—and later, when I was in my twenties, I wrote to Elliott Smith at Kill Rock Stars.I was so in love with “Needle in the Hay” and the rest of the self-titled album on which it appears that I was compelled to dork out and gush to Elliott that his music moved me.” Smith’s music didn’t just inspire Hatfield to cover the track, though.Hatfield says his influence is evident in her music, too.“I loved the sound and the way it was recorded,” she said.