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Hi, I'm not exactly sure how I should do this, so I decided to do my own thing. Let me know what you think.

This Week's Song

Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone03:12

Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone

Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone

Since U Been Gone is a song by Kelly Clarkson. The video starts out with the woman (^ above) sitting on a couch. We find out later that she is in her ex-boyfriend's home. She starts singing the song, and plays with her necklace. She moves to the bathroom, and checks herself out. She opens the mirror thing, and starts throwing things out of it. She eventually takes the toothpaste out and removes its content into the sink. She completely wrecks the bathroom, and moves onto the next room, a closet filled with clothes. She cuts the girl clothes from the hanger, and tries to wreck the closet as best she can. She takes a hat, and she eventually keeps it. She leaves the closet looking like a diasaster. She moves onto her ex-boyfriend's bedroom, and takes the sheets off, everything off of the bed, and wrecks that room. It then shows her wrecking every room in the house. She finds a picture of her ex and his current girlfriend, and smacks it against a glass table. The picture is ruined, and the glass table breaks into literally 100 pieces. She then puts the hat she took on, and leaves the house just as her ex and his girlfriend are entering, however, they do not recongize her. They walk in, and are shocked. They see her necklace dangling,and realize it was her that did it.

Since U Been Gone is one of my favorite songs ever, and I hope you like this. Request songs for next time in the comments! Until next time, XD I sound like a TV show person. remember: What doesn't kill you makes you Stronger.

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