Taylor Swift is known as one of the most popular country singers in the world today. She is the youngest songwriter ever hired by the Sony Music Publishing House. At a young age, Swift has been writing songs and performs it world wide. Unfortunately, these songs are dedicated for her ex-boyfriends and here are some of the songs she wrote plus the people behind every song;
Tim McGraw was basically written for her ex boyfriend named Brandon Borello. It was dedicated to him because their relationship has ended when he had to go to college. She had an interview with USA today and she told them that Borello had brought the album and he liked it so much even though his present girlfriend was not pleased.
Picture to Burn was obviously for an ex-boyfriend whom she really really hate because he never let Swift drive his truck.
Back to December was about her ex-boyfriend and ex-costar in Valentine’s Day, Taylor Lautner. This song is obviously an apology song for him. The chorus is “So this is me swallowing my pride standing in front of you saying I’m sorry for that night. And I’ll go back to December all the time.” At the very end of the song, Swift gave a hint that she wants to be reunited with Lautner. They were used to be called as the Taylor Squared because they both have the same name. But unfortunately, they haven’t reunited since then. At the recent American Music Awards, Swift performed back to December and right after her bridge, she added the song “Apologize” by the band One Republic which was a alluded to the parody video of Taylor Lautner.
It was rumored that Jake Gyllenhaal spent almost $150,000 for a private jet which was used for his date with Swift. Swift dedicated We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together to Gyllenhaal.
Swift had a fling with John Mayer one time. It was rumored that Dear John and I Knew You Were Trouble were about Mayer.
Sam Armstrong was also one of her ex-boyfriends. Unfortunately, Armstrong cheated on Swift and she made up a song entitled Should’ve Said No. It was obviously him because in the CD Booklet, every S A and M was capitalized in order within the lyrics.
All of Swift’s songs was inspired by some of her ex-boyfriends. And luckily, all of her songs made it to the top billboard.