There are a small handful of songs on Gwen Stefani’s new album, ‘This Is What The Truth Feels Like,’ that seem to be about her nasty split with Gavin Rossdale in mid-2015. Check out the lyrics to see what she had to say!
Gwen Stefani, 46, is not leaving her marriage quietly, that’s for sure. Now that her she has a whole new album filled with songs about her life, HollywoodLife.com is reviewing the shade-filled and sometimes heartbreaking lyrics that appear to be about her ex, Gavin Rossdale, 50.
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We are so excited that Gwen’s album jam-packed with hot new music is finally here, but given everything she’s been through in the past year, we couldn’t help but a do a little over analyzing of the lyrics for each song. Not only did we get to pinpoint all the lovey-dovey things she had to say about her hot romance with Blake Shelton, but now we’ve pulled some of the best lines from the songs about her alleged cheater ex, Gavin. Zing! To hear more about Gwen and Blake, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
In case you were wondering, what makes Gwen’s album so amazing is that it’s upbeat and, for the most part, a pretty positive array of music. However, there are a few songs that really put Gavin and their broken relationship on blast, including “Red Flag” which really digs into the Bush singer’s bad habits.
Check out some of the best lyrics from Gwen’s album below, and let us know if YOU think they are about Gavin or not! Here you go:
“You know how to spend it / You know how to blow it up, blow it up, blow it up / It’s getting so expensive / You know how to screw it up, screw it up, screw it up”
“I’m not a rookie, I’m so used to being played”
“I think there’s something that you might perhaps forgot to say / Locked in the closet but it never goes away / No matter how hard you try, you’re never washing out the stain / Because you’re addicted, so addicted to the shame”
“Used To Love You”
“You thought there were no boundaries / But you just pushed me too far / I guess nobody taught you / Nobody taught you how to love”
“Me Without You”
“No I don’t need you, not a little bit / To myself, I’ve finally admitted it / No I don’t need you, not a little bit / Get rid of it, whoa”
“And now I’m me without you (And things are ’bout to get real good) / Watch me breathe without you (And things are ’bout to get real good) / Oh, you’re fading so fast / I can hardly see ya when I look back, oh / Now I’m me without you (And things are ’bout to get real good)”
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Which song off of Gwen’s new album is your fave? Comment below with your thoughts!