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This week, Taylor Swift released (yes, another) song about a relationship gone wrong. The opening lyrics to “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” include:
I remember when we broke up the first time
Saying, “This is it, I’ve had enough,” ’cause like
We hadn’t seen each other in a month
When you said you needed space. (What?)
Then you come around again and say
“Baby, I miss you and I swear I’m gonna change, trust me.”
Remember how that lasted for a day?
I say, “I hate you,” we break up, you call me, “I love you.”
It’s a FIB! (or so says Joe)
While Taylor — who’s currently dating Conor Kennedy — is still hush-hush about who inspired the song, Joe tells Washington, D.C.’s 94.7 Fresh FM radio, “I don’t think we’ve ever tried [to get back together] another time, so I can tell you it’s not about me. That said, I think the song is great. Taylor does pop music really well and I’m happy for her.”
How nice. And surprisingly mature. Now, with Joe ruled out, who do you think the song is about: Taylor Lautner? John Mayer? Jake Gyllenhaal? Leave your guess in the comments!