Hmmm. Gwen Stefani released her new song "Misery" on March 10, 2016 and not only can we not stop listening, but we can't help but wonder if it is about her ex Gavin Rossdale or new beau Blake Shelton?
"I got so used to being 'round you boy / I'm trying not to care, but where'd you go? / I'm doing my best to be sensible / I'm trying not to care," she says in the lyrics. "You're like drugs, you're like drugs to me / I'm so into you totally."
The new song is featured on Gwen's upcoming album, "This Is What the Truth Feels Like."
Before the song was released, Gwen took to Twitter to express her excitement.
The album, which will be her third solo one, is set to be released on March 18. According to US Weekly, it's full of tracks about both of the men in her life.
Gwen and Gavin announced their divorce in August 2015 after 13 years of marriage. It was reported that Gavin may have been cheating on her with their nanny Mindy Mann, who is now pregnant with her first child.
The announcement came just two weeks after Blake and Miranda Lambert, his wife of four years, called it quits.
A short time later, in November 2015, "The Voice" coaches were pegged as an item.
The same day "Misery" was released, Gwen opened up to the New York Times about her new music.
"It's almost like one of those movies where they discover they have magic," the "No Doubt" frontwoman said. "When I was able to first write a song, that's when I found my whole self."
Songwriter Justin Tranten said the album shows the 46-year-old's emotional journey over the past few months.
"We had anger, we had sadness," he said. "We had flirtation, we had sexy, and now we're madly in love."