Brandy Alexander

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  • Brandy Alexander is a character from the 1999 Chuck Palahniuk novel Invisible Monsters. >>
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  • Kurt from Tacoma, WaBrandy Alexander is a sweet brandy drink and probably is more relevant to the inspiration for the song. I believe she is comparing the drink to an old flame, but have no evidence to back that up.
  • Joshua from Little Rock, ArFeist is featured on the Ipod Nano commercial, so I'm pretty sure somebody has at least heard of her... lol ;D
  • Bianca Sanchez from Alburquerque, NmGreat song I'm listening to it right now. Has anyone ever even heard of Feist?
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