"Heartbroke Every Day" is a song written by Rick Vincent, Bill LaBounty and Cam King. It first appeared on the 1994 self-titled album of the band Pearl River.
It was later performed by the band Lonestar. Released in 1996, Lonestar's version was the fifth and final single from the debut album Lonestar. The song reached number 18 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It was also the only single of their career to feature then-member John Rich on lead vocals instead of Richie McDonald.
A review in Billboard was favorable, praising the song for its "tasty guitar work", "virtually flawless production", and "bluegrass-inflected lead vocal".