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Today, in Gwen Stefani/No Doubt lyrics

For those of you that don't know, No Doubt confirmed their new album will be out before the year is over (FIONA APPLE YOU LISTENING THEY'RE BEATING YOU) and will have hints of Rock Steady on it, as well as the influences of New Order and Depeche Mode.


This IS HUGE NEWS FOR ME. Like, EPIC news. and that word is seriously overused BUT IN THIS CASE IT IS CALLED FOR.





I have started a twitter campaign to get Robyn and No Doubt to tour together. I just think if Gwen and Robyn shared a stage, at some point, I could die of multiple orgasms and go to the afterlife with no regrets, like Edith Piaf sings about. 


Onwards, let's dissect this song:


If you bore me then I'm comfortable
If you interest me I'm scared
My attraction paralyzes me
No courage to show my true colors that exist
But I want to be the real thing
But if you catch my eye can't be authentic
The one's I loathe are the ones that know me the best....



conclusion:  
- faking it
- faking it
- faking it
- all the personas we put on for other people. will anyone ever know the true us? doubtful, friend. sincere lover. reader.


:/


even Gwen has this problem! Gwen should have NO problems!
(if you watch the video, you will hear her say this is one of her favorites. it's probably one of the few that echo her love of Joni Mitchell, believe it or not).




AHHHH I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS ALBUM IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING NO DOUBT COUNTDOWN 2011 COMMENCE


p.s. New York State is an awesome place! 

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  1. a robyn/no doubt tour makes sense. i can't wait for a new no doubt album! and FIONA COME ON!!!

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