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And that “indie record cooler than mine” lyric seals the deal.
’ And so I start telling them the story of break-up, get back together, break-up, get back together, just, ugh, the worst.” And you know who was spotted spending time with Swift in Nashville? After spending so much time in the city, it makes sense that Gyllenhaal would have friends there.
While the lyrics of the song may not reference Gyllenhaal directly, the circumstantial evidence is hard to argue with.
' But when you talk about other writers and songwriters on the album who aren't Taylor Swift, it hits them pretty hard. "Music should be able to be wherever it is," he said.
Tonight is the first of the 2012 Presidential Debates between President Barack Obama and the Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney. Lyrics like “Don’t you think nineteen’s too young / To be played / By your dark, twisted games” and “Don’t you think I was too young / To be messed with / The girl in the dress / Cried the whole way home” certainly suggest a level of hurt that goes with the sort of adolescent heart break and stays with a girl, even after dating Beardy Mc Gee. Those are the kinds of things you say right before you stay up until 2 AM drinking single malt scotch, reach for the phone, and start talking about how you want to give it another shot. Opening Argument from Abbey Stone: Taylor Swift’s single “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” can be about no one except for Swift’s ex-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal.
Don't look too closely, or else you will find yourself staring into the eyes of a deranged Furry (Swift's backup band for this video is, inexplicably, made up of Pixie-Stick addicts in animal suits.) Just kind of squint and consider it: Taylor Swift and Adam Levine. Watch the "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" video over at MTV.
I know Spotify's in kind of an experimental phase, changing with the industry, and I can see why she did that.Clearly, it’s the older, boring actor-man of the many sweaters and levels of beardedness.” But nay. He seems just nice enough to want to give a relationship with a butterflies and rainbows girl like Swift another (and another and another) go. Lastly, Swift said in an interview on that the inspiration for “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” struck when she was recording her new album in Nashville. Swift confirmed that her song “Dear John” was about Mayer when she refused to deny that it was about Mayer back in 2010. Mayer recently went public with how “humiliated” he was by Swift’s song, saying he was made to feel “terrible” and that Swift’s practices were “cheap songwriting.” Yep. If anything, that’s a Gyllenhaal Clearly, the only answer to the “who’s this song about” question is Mayer.Closing Remarks from Kelsea Stahler: The lyrics tell you all you need to know about the subject of this song.John Mayer is the only one of Swift’s past boyfriends with a personality volatile enough to elicit all the “screaming” the song speaks of.Today, we decided to argue the subject of Taylor Swift’s song, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” Writers Kelsea Stahler and Abbey Stone square off on this vital issue. Ignoring her during their morning coffee (when she clearly woke up early to get into that tiny little pin-up girl costume) so he can listen to his own album, the cover of which makes him look oh-so pensive and deep? Swift notoriously aired her gripes about Jonas (and his phone call breakup) in her song “Forever and Always,” and Jonas recently told 94.7 Fresh FM radio, in reference to “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” “I can say it’s not about me, because I don’t think we’ve ever tried another time.” Lautner, meanwhile, has been credited with the inspiration for “Back to December,” a rare song in which Swift is the dumper.