Gwen Stefani was feeling a bit revealing this week, letting slip what appears to be the full 12-song lineup for her upcoming new solo album. And while the first single, "Used to Love You," which came out late last year, suggests a focus on the end of her marriage to Gavin Rossdale, the complete list isn't as bleak as you might expect.

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The fun part comes in guessing which tracks might be Rossdale-related and which might be about new at-work boyfriend Blake Shelton. Sure, there are more than a few titles in the dozen that suggest they won't be the happiest of numbers — "Misery," "Truth" and "Red Flag" are particular standouts — but a lot of the titles seem downright perky.

It's possible that titles like "You're my Favorite," "Make Me Like U," "Asking 4 It" and "Naughty" could actually turn out to be really sad, but I kind of doubt it. Of course, there's no release date yet for the album, so who knows how long it will be until we can actually put some of these into context. Stefani does, that's who. 

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