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Taylor Swift writes songs about Taylor Lautner, John Mayer




Taylor Swift isn't too cryptic in her song lyrics, since it sounds like half her new singles are going to be about ex-boyfriends. Taylor Lautner and John Mayer must be so happy.

First up is Lautner, whom PopEater points out apparently is the subject of an apology in the Speak Now cut Back to December. Says Swift: "Whether it be good or bad or an apology, the person I wrote this song about deserves this. This is about a person who was incredible to me, just perfect to me in a relationship, and I was really careless with him. So, this is a song full of words that I would say to him that he deserves to hear."

It's no secret that the pair decided to be "just friends" back in Dec. 2009, allegedly on the 13th, when Swift turned 20 and freaked because Lautner was at her birthday party with her family (jeez, high school drama lives on). So says the song: "This is me swallowing my pride / Standing in front of you saying I'm sorry for that night / And I go back to December all the time. / It turns out freedom ain't nothing but missing you / Wishing I'd realized what I had when you were mine / I go back to December, turn around and make it all right."

But it's all good, since Speak Now also has one called Dear John, which is supposedly about Mayer, whom she supposedly hooked up with in 2009 while working on a his duet called Half of My Heart. Her responding ditty goes: "Dear John / 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. It was wrong / Don't you think nineteen's too young / To be played / By your dark, twisted games / When I loved you so."

Yikes; Is it considered at all symbolic when you're pretty upfront about to whom you're speaking? She may as well just called him a creepy, Pedobear-style molester and been done with it.

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[Last modified: Tuesday, October 19, 2010 1:30pm]


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