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Today, in Gwen Stefani/No Doubt lyrics/Gwen Stefani birthdayapalooza

It's been too long! I brought this back in honor of her 42nd birthday. Girl, you look good!


Today I am going to focus on the song I've been listening to the most by this band lately:


"Full Circle" off their b-sides album. Originally intended for Return Of Saturn. It didn't make the cut, which I think was a silly move. it's a powerful rock song for the band.




lyrics time bitch:



All I've ever touched or said to them
Becomes a rehearsal for you, just practicing,
Too many magic moments to be coincidence
It all comes full circle
I knew someone who knew you
And he introduced me to you
Your ex-girlfriend had a boyfriend
Who kissed my girlfriend
Who dated Adrian...

what is this song about? FULL CIRCLE? obviously we find Gwen waxing about how closely intertwined all our lives are and how really no one is that far off from someone else. Like, my favorite parlour game to play when I'm entertaining the comrades Sunday nights, "Six Degrees of Chevy Chase's Ass."




like, here's the six degrees of me from Tom Ridge:
I lived in Erie
Tom Ridge lived in Erie
my parents know him


SHITTY EXAMPLE


Six degrees of me and a writer from 30Rock:


I got my hair cut by the same person.


...


Six degrees of me and Anne Hathaway:
we were English majors.




OKAY MOVING ON THE WORLD IS A SMALL PLACE AND NOT LIKE MR. ROGERS NEIGHBORHOOD AS MUCH AS I'D LIKE IT TO BE 


:(




so what's going on with my lady lately? she just launched a line of clothes for Target and has two super-cute kids she takes on playdates with Angelina Jolie. 


"Harajuku Mini is a dream come true," ... "I've always wanted to do a cool children's fashion line inspired by the supercute and playful kids' clothing you find in Japan." - Gwen Stefani


the new No Doubt album has been pushed back until 2012, but that's okay. that means I can just do a lot more of these until I have nothing left to write about and then move onto her solo career.




that is TOO CUTE. HAPPY BIRTHDAY





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