Gwen Stefani, MasterCard Priceless Surprises concert

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Is this "Don't Speak 2.0"?!

Gwen Stefani debuted a new and emotional ballad, "Used to Love You," at the MasterCard Priceless Surprises concert in New York City on Saturday, more than two months after filing for divorce from Gavin Rossdale, 49, her husband of 13 years.

"I just want to share a song that I wrote recently," Stefani, 46, said onstage. "This song is really special. I think this is gonna be the new single."

Lyrics include, "Yeah, boy / Thought this would happen / I let it sink in / You're gone," and "I don't know why I cry / But I think it's 'cause  I remembered for the first time / Since I hated you / That I used to love you."

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Gwen Stefani, MasterCard Priceless Surprises concert

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The singer and The Voice coach had co-written her band No Doubt's 1996 ballad "Don't Speak," which is about her and bassist Tony Kanal's breakup. The song remains one of the group's most successful and emotional tracks.

Stefani and Rossdale married in 2002. She filed for divorce in August. The two share three sons—Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 1.

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