Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Gwen Stefani Songs

See what solo and No Doubt songs beat "Just a Girl" and "What You Waiting For?"

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3. "Early Winter" (2006)

Working with Keane's Tim Rice-Oxley, Stefani's "Early Winter" is a gorgeously subtle exercise in power-pop for the singer. She's candid and honest in the lyrics that deal with betrayal. The ballad is also one of her most exceptional vocal deliveries, especially during the crescendoing bridge that she tackles with delicate power.

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