“There’s nothing on my album that you’re gonna hear that I don’t relate to or that I haven’t experienced. Because the only way I know how to sing is from life experience.”
For instance, one of her new tracks, “Remember That,” contains the lyrics, “It doesn’t matter how he hurts you / With his hands or with his words / You don’t deserve it / It ain’t worth it / Take your heart and run.”
She’s reluctant, however, to divulge details about what led to recording such a song.
“I don’t want to talk about it,” says Jessica. “But I have definitely experienced abuse in a way that I would tell people to take their heart and run.”
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While the song lyrics clearly imply that a man, presumably a former boyfriend, had abused Jessica, the National Enquirer is running a story suggesting that Jess was actually abused in high school. That would probably explain why she didn’t want to elaborate on her experience, as the song is a loose translation of abuse.
“Most people believe Jessica is talking about being abused by a former boyfriend…..Jessica was abused as a teenager while attending J.J Pearce High School in Richardson, Texas-long before she met Nick Lachey or any of her ex-boyfriends,” an Enquirer source reveals.
Jealous classmates reportedly bullied the busty Jess because they were jealous of the showstopping figure that would one day propel the singer’s image as an international sex symbol.
“Jessica was well-developed, and every guy in high school wanted her and practically every girl hated her,” an insider explains.
“Jessica put on a brave face, but it was a campaign of terror that just devastated her.”
“A nasty clique of girls constantly spread rumors about Jessica, and one that spread like wildfire was that she was gay.”
Jessica didn’t write the song, but the songs are written with her experiences in mind, so perhaps high school bullying wasn’t quite right for her new grown up country girl image.
Just about everyone gets picked on at high school, but I can definitely see Jessica as a target. She was singing in a semi-professional capacity and obviously has a figure to envy, as well as playing a bit dumb. I can imagine that gay rumors were spread as she was probably very popular with boys. Jessica’s breasts have always seemed to have a career of their own.
I think I just reverted to the flat-chested, chubby-legged teenager who envies the cheerleader. Excuse me while I doodle in my notebook and practice kissing with my Ryan Phillipe poster.
Jessica Simpson and Ken Paves are shown out at Mr. Chow on 8/11/08. Credit: VAH/Fame Pictures