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Today, in Gwen Stefani/No Doubt lyrics






Water the music, plant the seeds in the pot
Music's the life flowing through... is it not?
Don't forget your roots, but also don't rot
Move on, move on, move on
Plant the seeds ond move on


You have to understand that when it comes to
making music
We meshed the styles of five alive and
intertwined and fused it
Life comes from life and through our strife we
strove to make the sound true
Compelled to spell it out (no doubt) in search
of what we must do


what this song is clearly trying to say:


- change is good
- the philosophy of No Doubt (if one is to be had)
- it is good to remember where you came from
- but don't get stuck in that shithole




this series will continue until No Doubt releases their new album later this year. which we will see about, because I feel they are getting high a lot and just having the munchies constantly.

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