And if there's anything Ariana Grande is good at, it's making the most of two weeks' time.
At the start of the almost three and half-minute track, the 21-year-old singer-songwriter gets right to it and addresses her relationships with Big Sean, Richard "Ricky" Alvarez, Mac Miller, and her former fiancé Pete Davidson.
In the rest of the track she thanks her exes for a multitude of things, while also revealing she's already met someone new - herself.
"Even nearly got married / And for Pete I'm so thankful", she sings.
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After weighing in on several of the candidates, Davidson wrapped up the brief segment by addressing fans who have been asking about the split. However, as the bit came to a close, Davidson faced the camera and announced that while people may be curious about the breakup, "it's nobody's business, and sometimes things don't work out, and that's OK".
Then, the comic turned serious during Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update" segment, saying, "I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world".
"One taught me love / One taught me patience / And one taught me pain / Now I'm so incredible / I've loved and I've lost / But that's not what I see / So look what I got / Look what you taught me", she continues on the track.
Unsurprisingly, fans have been going insane over the track and have thanked the "Sweetener" star for providing them with the ultimate break-up song.
Listen to the 'Thank U, Next' here.