‘The Voice’ Coach Blake Shelton On Adam Levine: “We All Knew He Was Ready To Make A Move”

Doesn't mean I am, or any of us [are happy], but at least they were able to soften the blow a little bit and bring Gwen back." But I know he's happy with his decision. "For a guy like Adam, who is just-he's the most ADD person I think I've met-for him to have even done it as long as he did without wanting to move on to the next thing, is amazing. "I think we all knew, on the inside of the show, that he was ready to make a move," Shelton said on Entertainment Tonight.
What are you doing?' And I went, 'Oh, okay. Perfect!'"” /> "I'm like, trying to get in the middle of this, literally, I got on the phone with one of the NBC executives, and I was saying, 'Hey man, if Adam's gonna do this, we have got to-' and before I could even finish my sentence, she said, 'Blake, it's done.
Gwen, of course, is Shelton's real-life squeeze Gwen Stefani, who returns to the show as a coach for Season 17. Stefani was a coach on season 7, 9 and 12, and began her romance with Shelton on the series after both were going through break-ups.
Blake Shelton claims he wasn't that surprised when Adam Levine decided he would no longer be a coach on NBC's The Voice.
"By the time I found out what was going on, which was only about 12 hours before the announcement, they had already reached out to Gwen's camp and said, 'Look, Adam's decided he's gonna move on, we're ready for Gwen if she's in,'" Shelton said.
Shelton says he was late in learning about her comeback

Lauren Alaina – My Kinda People (Road Less Traveled Album)

Don’t care if you’re wearing a flat boot, cowboy hat, flip flops, or high heels.
Don’t care if you’re up or downtown.
If you’re hard rock, or rap, or mo-town.
Don’t care if you’re PHD, or GED, or ADD.
Don’t care if or where you went to school.
As long as you’re cool.

If you can start a party anywhere you are, hey.
You don’t care who’s watching, you just let go.
Like everyday’s your birthday, even if it’s Monday.
You’re not afraid to let your true colors show.
You’re my kind of peopleeeeee.
You’re my kind of peopleeeeee.

Don’t matter if you got some issues, if you’re clean cut, or covered in tattoos.
On the inside or on the out, ain’t what you look like,
it’s what you’re about.
I don’t care where you’re from, I don’t care what you got, I don’t care what you done, who you are, who you’re not.
If you like to get loud, that’s okay.

If you can start a party anywhere you are, hey.
You don’t care who’s watching, you just let go.
Like everyday’s your birthday, even if it’s Monday.
You’re not afraid to let your true colors show.
You’re my kind of peopleeeeee.
You’re my kind of peopleeeeee.

Heeeeeey, nah nah nah nah.
Heeeeeey, nah nah nah nah.
Heeeeeey.
I don’t care where you from, I don’t care what you got.
Heeeeeey, nah nah nah nah.
Heeeeeey, nah nah nah nah.
Heeeeeey.
I don’t care where you’re from, I don’t care what you got, who you are, who you’re not.

If you can start a party anywhere you are, hey.
You don’t care who’s watching, you just let go.
Like everyday’s your birthday, even if it’s Monday.
You’re not afraid to let your true colors show.
You’re my kind of peopleeeeee.
You’re my kind of peopleeeeee.

Heeeeeey, nah nah nah nah.
Heeeeeey, nah nah nah nah.
Heeeeeey.

Lyrics typed by: Jaiden Simone

Allday – So Good Lyrics

[Bridge]
All the shit that you’ve been through
I don’t ever wanna see you down
And I gotta say, “Me too”
‘Cause I’ve been where you are right now

[Verse 1]
I was a bright child, wide eyed, my mind was open
Highly motivated to succeed, quite devoted
But eventually I noticed every time I tried to focus
That my mind was kind of bogus, so we sought a diagnosis
I had hypersensitivity; ADD, I’m fidgety
Basically they want to medicate me ’til it fixes me
Man, I don’t really think this is the thing for me
I know I’m kind of shitty, but I’m just trying to live in peace
You wanna make me to a zombie ’cause you’re lazy
And it’s easier on you to say, “Sorry, you’re crazy, man”
And if you don’t take this here, you’re gonna fail exams
Wait a year, your fate is that of a vagrant tramp
But this ain’t making sense, I gotta take a stand
They say I couldn’t live without it, well, I say I can
‘Cause I never took those poison pills
And I failed school bad, but my choice was still

[Hook]
Good, I feel good
Knock on wood ’cause I wanna feel this way tomorrow
Mono, mono, mono, mono
Good, I feel good
Knock on wood ’cause I wanna feel this way tomorrow
Saying mono, mono, mono, mono

[Verse 2]
We making bread like Helga’s while the rest die helpless
So excuse me for pursuing dreams, guess I’m selfish
Rocking hand-me-down clothes but I’m the eldest
So how the hell does that work out, Mum, can you tell us?
And I know I roll around with some red-eyed fellas
We all wanna be king like the dead guy in Memphis,
Could be living stable but I’d rather live it fast
‘Cause I grew up looking shitty, all the other kids would laugh,
Now I heard somebody say that I look upper-middle class
Well that’s my fucking aim, I’ll tell the gutter, kiss my arse
And I don’t want to spit these bars but I don’t have shit else
So when I’m rapping you can tell that it’s my actual self
And so I brag about a girl, whatever tactic helps
To make me feel a little better ’bout the hand I’m dealt
And damn, I’m so ashamed, but at the same time
I know it’s all good, I’m having a great time
It’s all good

[Hook]
Good, I feel good
Knock on wood ’cause I wanna feel this way tomorrow
Mono, mono, mono, mono
Good, I feel good
Knock on wood ’cause I wanna feel this way tomorrow
Saying mono, mono, mono, mono

[Bridge]
All the shit that you’ve been through
I don’t ever wanna see you down
And I gotta say, “Me too”
‘Cause I’ve been where you are right now
Doesn’t matter what you’ve been through
I don’t ever wanna see you down
And I gotta say, “Me too”
‘Cause I’ve been where you are right now

[Hook]
Good, I feel good
Knock on wood ’cause I wanna feel this way tomorrow
Mono, mono, mono, mono
Good, I feel good
Knock on wood ’cause I wanna feel this way tomorrow
Saying mono, mono, mono, mono
Good, I feel good
Knock on wood ’cause I wanna feel this way tomorrow
Mono, mono, mono, mono
Good, I feel good
Knock on wood ’cause I wanna feel this way tomorrow
Saying mono, mono, mono, mono