Taylor Swift’s Song for John Mayer?

First Taylor Swift writes a song about Kanye, then for Taylor Lautner, and now John Mayer?


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Swift’s new song “Dear John” is about an older guy who “messed with” her. Could this ballad be inspired by dear John Mayer?

Swift’s new album, Speak Now, includes songs about relationship ups and downs from the past two years. The singer told People, “This is album number three, so I figure that these people have had fair warning,”

Mayer, 33, and Swift, 20, had worked together on a song last year, and were seen sharing dinner in Nashville in January.

When People asked Swift if the song was about Mayer, she avoided answering the question.

Swift admitted, “A lot of times when people’s relationships end, they write an e-mail to that person and say everything that they wish they would have said. A lot of times they don’t push send.”

“This was a tough one to write and I guess putting it on the album was pushing send,” Swift explains.

“Dear John,” includes lyrics like, “Don’t you think I was too young to be messed with” and “Maybe it’s you and your sick need to give love and take it away.” The song is due out on October 25th.

The point of the story is don’t get on Taylor Swift’s bad side, or you just might hear a new song about it.

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