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Here Is A Comprehensive Guide To Who Taylor Swift’s Songs Are About

By Izza Sofia, 05 Dec 2017


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Taylor Swift released her album Reputation and there is no better time to make sure you have your Swift facts straight.

Swift writes from the heart, and a lot of her songs are about certain people. Not only does she reserve her songwriting for romance gone bad, she has also called out a couple of friendships that have already turned sour. Here is a brief history of Swift’s songs about other famous people.


Dancing With Our Hands Tied


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“I could’ve spent forever with your hands in my pockets, picture of your face in an invisible locket,” from Dancing With Our Hands Tied. This song is about Calvin Harris as Harris gave Swift a gold heart locket for their one-year anniversary back in March 2016.


Getaway Car


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“The ties were black, the lies were white, the shades of gray in candlelight, I wanted to leave him. I needed a reason,” from Getaway Car is referencing Tom Hiddleston. The black-tie event Swift mentions references the 2016 Met Gala where Swift and Hiddleston first met. It seems like she could be alluding to the fact that she started dating Hiddleston as a reason to leave Harris.

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I Did Something Bad


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“They’re burning all the witches even if you aren’t one, they got their pitchforks and proof, their receipts and reasons,” references Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Swift takes a shot at West and Kardashian and references how they exposed her on Snapchat.


Style


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“I say I heard that you been out and about with some other girl, some other girl. He says, what you’ve heard it’s true but I can’t stop thinking about you. You got that long hair, slicked back, white t-shirt,” from Style. The song is about Harry Styles as both briefly dated for a while.


Bad Blood


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“Did you think we’d be fine? Still got scars on my back from your knife. So don’t think it’s in the past, these kinda wounds they last and they last now. Did you think it all through? All these things will catch up to you,” from Bad Blood. Swift started this one when she said a fellow singer she realized was her “straight-up enemy,” and Katy Perry responded, “Watch out for the Regina George in sheep’s clothing.” 

[via Vogue, images via Shutterstock]
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