Blake Shelton takes a very obvious dig at Miranda Lambert after their divorce and his new relationship with Gwen Stefani. Do you think she will try to get even?
“Came Here to Forget” is a “misery loves company” tale of two people who connect while trying to forget their exes. And while Shelton didn’t write the song, with lyrics like “Girl getting over him / And I’m getting over her,” it draws a definite parallel to the start of his relationship with girlfriend Gwen Stefani, following their divorces last year.
Shelton sings: “The eyes have it made, ain’t gotta say a word / Misery loves company, that’s why it’s you and me / Buying each other drinks / Back at the bar, thick as thieves / Stealing these little sips / Doing our best to make the best of the worst of it.”
Here the full song below:
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