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Fearless still falls into Taylor Swift’s pop-country phase, but also represents a definite shift in her dating habits because it was released after her first major celebrity relationship with Joe Jonas.It would be only A-lister for Taylor from here on out.Still, this album was a pretty good precursor to all the take-downs of her celebrity boyfriends yet to come.
ABOUT: Stephen Liles WHO IS HE: Some musician who toured with Taylor and is part of the country duo Love & Theft.
Given that Taylor Swift’s love life is a literal rubix cube of hookups, it can be hard to figure out which of Taylor’s boyfriends each of her songs is about. How can one person be so annoying yet so good at writing breakup songs?
While we know that each and every one of Taylor’s lyrical roasts are about some real man out in the world, it can be hard for anyone but Taylor’s most dedicated stans to keep together who she’s dated and when, let alone which songs correspond to their breakup. Has Taylor Swift really been famous for the entirety of my adult life?
ABOUT: Joe Jonas WHO IS HE: Arguably the hottest Jonas brother, Joe was Taylor’s first big celebrity relationship. THE EVIDENCE: Lyrics about “staring at the phone” after Taylor had gone all over television to tell people Joe had dumped her over the phone. In the two years between 20, Taylor had already gone through one Jonas brother, a . EVIDENCE: Before Cory and Leah Michele were a thing, he had a month long fling with Taylor Swift. This one is about a boy she barely knew, and many people think she’s referring to Monteith. EVIDENCE: As we all know, 20-year-old Taylor Swift briefly dated thousand-year-old John Mayer from December 2009 to February 2010, which would eventually spawn the Katy Perry/Taylor Swift rivalry of today (anybody who believes that shit is about a backup dancer is playing themselves).
The two dated from July 2008 to October 2008 at which point Joe dumped Taylor over the phone. who falls in love with Kristen Stewart’s baby in the end. Basically, Swifties think this song was meant to be an apology from Taylor S to Taylor L after they’d just broken up because when Taylor S performed this song at the AMA’s she added “it’s too late to ‘pologize” at the end, which taken to be a reference to a parody video Taylor L made for “Apologize” by One Republic around that same time. The song both has John’s name in the title and refers to the pair’s age difference, so I think it’s pretty safe to say this one is about John Mayer.
THE EVIDENCE: In the liner notes for this song every S A and M that are in order were capitalized because Taylor Swift is nothing if not a shady, shady bitch who lacks subtlety.