If you're not a 'Swiftie' aka a die hard Taylor Swift fan, then you're most probably going become one in the days to come. The songstress had taken a long break from singing in 2014 (Yeah, just like her best buddy Ed Sheeran), she is all set for making a comeback with all the force in the world by her side.
Ahead of the release of her album 'Reputation', the singer released the album art cover which is themed as newspaper print. The design of the cover signifies that she may not have loved the recent publicity she has got, as there has been news in the press about her celebrity feuds with Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, DJ beau Calvin Harris and with Tom Hiddleston.
After the release of her album cover, Taylor Swift released a new single from the record titled as 'Look What You Made Me Do,' and trust me; the lyrics of the songs are a perfect match to her all the relationship hookups and breakups.
We at WittyFeed have guessed which verse of the song is the best fit for her which beau.
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From John, Conor, Calvin to Tom; the latest song from Taylor Swift which she released recently has all the lyrics in the world to wallop them. Let's try and break the words to see what's in there for whom.
This relationship is the most thunderous one which Taylor ever had. However, if Taylor indeed had her beaus in mind while making this song, then it will not be the only time when John Mayer has found a place in her lyrics. Swift's song, 'Dear John' was also about him, especially the lines, "Don't you think I was too young to be messed with? The girl in the dress cried the whole way home."
See below the entire stanza which Taylor Swift wrote for Tom Hiddleston.
Remember this cute fling between the two? But as fate has it, Taylor and Conor were not on the same page when it came to taking the relationship further. When they started dating, Conor was only 18 and Taylor was way more serious about things than this teenage boy. So, the role which he played in her life was not at all something Taylor had in mind. She doesn't like him anymore.
After their breakup, Tom Hiddleston said "A relationship in the limelight, a relationship always takes work. A relationship in the spotlight takes work. And it's not just the limelight. It's everything else." Now if Tom was so sure about all the publicity thing (as he understood both of them are a celebrity) then why'd he still choose to get in the relationship in the first place? Weird.
Her almost four months long relationship with the actor Jake is one of the closest links till date. The two songs from her 2012 album "RED" (as red is underlined in her latest song) are allegedly about Jake Gyllenhaal only; who broke up with her over text.
Wondering why Taylor Swift left it for karma to decide in the case of Calvin Harris? Well, it could be simply because Calvin didn't prove to be lucky for her, as he introduced all the 'drama' in her life and called it aftermath to their breakup.
Indeed it's true, somewhere down the line with every breakup and hookup; the actress has learned new things and now has gone smarter with the nick of time. As the further lyrics in the song reads,"I don't trust nobody and nobody believes me, I'll be the actress, starring in your nightmares." Beware, guys!
This full chorus comes at least four times in the song, with each one of it signifying the things which Taylor Swift did to overcome the memories and loss of a relationship.
The first chorus (look what you made me do) signifies her long break from music. The same chorus which is repeated the second time describes her long break from dating. And the third one (same) describes how she is going away from the limelight because most of her partners complained about her over popularity and exposure to press.
Though these lyrics best fit for all her boyfriends, we still couldn't find something to fit for Harry Styles and Joe Jonas in this song.
Well, if you liked the story, then maybe you can help to point out some connecting dots for them.
"I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now."
A guy asks: "Why?"
She replies: "Oh 'cause she's dead!"
That's all, folks!