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10 of Taylor Swift’s Lyrics About Her Famous Exes

All her lovers! <a href="">Taylor Swift</a> is no stranger to penning brutally honest songs about love and heartbreak. In honor of <a href="">her latest album Lover’s debut</a>, there is no better time than now to take a <a href="">look back at the lyrics</a> the Grammy winner has written about her famous exes. <a href=""> Breaking Down the Most Telling Lyrics on Taylor Swift's 'Lover' </a> Though Swift has <a href="">since admitted her regret</a> calling out <a href="">Joe Jonas</a> on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2008 after their breakup, her song about the “Sucker” crooner lives on. She released “Better Than Revenge” in 2010, which includes direct digs at <a href="">Camilla Belle</a> — the actress Jonas began dating shortly after his split with Swift. “She’s not a saint and she’s not what you think / She’s an actress, whoa / She’s better known for the things that she does / On the mattress, whoa,” she sings. <a href=""> Celebrities Featured in Taylor Swift's Songs </a> Swift’s summer romance with <a href="">Tom Hiddleston</a> in 2016 seemingly provided inspiration for her song “Getaway Car” from 2017’s Reputation. The song details the story of a fling that was destined to end, as she sings: “I knew it from the first Old Fashioned, we were cursed / We never had a shotgun shot in the dark / You were drivin’ the getaway car / We were flyin’ but we’d never get far.” The most blatant example from Swift’s catalog of music is “Dear John,” a track that has no fear in directly calling out <a href="">John Mayer</a>. Swift, 29, and Mayer, 41, dated for three months and collaborated on the 2009 song “Half of My Heart.” Swift’s “Dear John” includes the lyrics: “I see it all now that you’re gone / Don’t you think I was too young to be messed with? / The girl in the dress, cried the whole way home, I should’ve known.” <a href=""> Taylor Swift Through the Years </a> Mayer told <a href="">Rolling Stone</a> in 2012 that he was “really humiliated” by the Pennsylvania native’s track. He eventually released “Paper Dolls,” a song that seemingly referenced their former relationship, in 2013. <a href="">Swift’s Lover was released</a> on Friday, August 23. Scroll up to check out Us Weekly’s video on Swift’s famous exes above!
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