"I was thinking about how any true classical players would've hated the way I did it," he said.
"I played it with a pick – a huge no-no." The song featured on the band's third album, 'Tragic Kingdom'.
They married seven years later in 2002 and are parents of sons Kingston, 10, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 2.
"I’ve never had a record that is almost all about being happy and in love."Last month, Stefani revealed that she's only had two boyfriends in her life, most likely referring to past beaus Rossdale and No Doubt bandmate Tony Kanal."When you say that it sounds so funny because it's so limited." WATCH: EXCLUSIVE -- Gwen Stefani Says She Loves Blake Shelton, Adam Levine Freaks Out "No, I do not [have a type]," she laughs. I'm gonna just stop right there." Stefani is, of course, currently dating her fellow coach Blake Shelton.Prior to Shelton, she was married to Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale for 13 years, and she also dated her No Doubt bandmate Tony Kanal for seven years.Gwen gushed out some lyrics: "I can see it all in an eye blink/ I know everything about how you are/ I can understand exactly how you think/ Between you and me, it's not very far." The verses celebrated Gwen's long-standing relationship with her bassist, Tony Kanal.It was a pretty, if lyrically unexceptional, love song; unusual for a band more noted for an energetic ska-pop. "The vibes were there, the chorus was almost exactly perfect," said the band's guitarist, Tom Dumont.