A decade into her career, Taylor Swift has established herself as one of the most successful singer-songwriters of her generation.Swift has always written about her life, but as her fame as bloomed, the subjects of her songs have morphed from random high school guys to incredibly famous celebrities, and fans have had more fun asking, “So who’s this one about?“It’s about a relationship that I was in,” Swift told the website for country channel Great American Country in 2007.“Just to set the record straight, it wasn’t with Tim Mc Graw.” To mark her new single “Look What You Made Me Do” and the announcement of her upcoming album , we’ve put together a sourced list of the inspiration behind some of her many songs.(A note about the methodology: We’ve only picked out songs where we could pin down a primary quote from Swift about its subject, or where the contextual evidence was overwhelming—a line in the lyrics, a reference in the hidden message of her liner notes, particularly dogged tabloid and/or fanbase speculation, and stuff like that.) “Tim Mc Graw” The first single on Taylor’s debut, self-titled album is about… No, just kidding: The reference to the country singer throughout the song refers to the phenomena of a work of art taking on a more heartbreaking personal context when you associate it with a former lover.
However, things change a bit once Taylor became friends with Lena Dunham.
It was with this guy I was dating and he was about to go off to college and I was thinking about all the things that I knew would remind him of me.” The internet claims this former boyfriend is either Drew Dunlap or Brandon Borello, both of whom are linked to multiple songs on .
“Picture to Burn” Taylor’s earliest and most savage diss track—”I hate that stupid old pickup truck / You never let me drive / You’re a redneck heartbreak / Who’s really bad at lying” is about high school classmate Jordan Alford, who dated her as a freshman.
Taylor Swift has remained silent on a lot of issues while parading around with her girl gang.
What it seemed to me, the way it was phrased in culture, society, was that you hate men." Lena Dunham, doing great things for feminism once again!!!