As the year drew to a close, her sense of inertia began to extend into her relationship with Anderson. 'Because we were both at college,' she says, 'we were spending every second of every day together. And we hit the year-and-a-half stage that every romance hits - the honeymoon period's over, and it's got to move on or die. It got to the point where we weren't sure if we'd said certain thing or just thought them. We thought we might be telepathic. We were spending so much time together that it actually started getting a bit weird.
'Nothing was happening with the band. It was becoming increasingly obvious that we were both going to fail third year at college, because we weren't very interested. And I remember Brett saying, "It'll be really great when we've finished here, and you get a job at an architects', and I stay at home and do the hoovering and make dinner for you when you get home." I had this vision of me working and Brett being at home with a pinny on, cooking vegetarian pizza - and I just thought, "I can't let this happen. This isn't working." If you could put the end of a relationship down to one comment, that was it. It was, "That's what this has all been about? That's how it's going to end up?" '
So it was that in February 1991, she agree to go out with a musician who had been pursuing her for a few months. His name was Damon Albarn. (End of the chapter)引自 'WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOUR MOUTH?'
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