Taylor Swift is still struggling to get over her ill-fated relationship with Harry Styles it seems.
The singer revealed that several of the tracks on her upcoming album 1989 are about her ex, Harry. Ouch.
The pair broke up over a year and a half ago, and Taylor told Rolling Stone that she hasn't been on a date with anyone since. "People are going to feel sorry for me when you write that," she said. "But it's true." We're not sure Harry has been quite so chaste – he's been linked to model Paige Reifler and singer Asami Zdrenka in recent months.
Taylor named a number of unreleased singles from her new album that are about the One Direction singer. All You Had to Do Was Stay is all about a guy who couldn't commit (aaw), I Wish You Would is about an ex who bought a house two blocks away from hers (we sense a pattern here), and Out of the Woods is about a painful breakup.
The singer has previously admitted that her hit I Knew You Were Trouble was inspired by Harry too – if you had any doubt, just listen to the angst-heavy monologue at the beginning:
Taylor also admitted to Rolling Stone that she's trying to keep her love life out of the spotlight for now. "I don't like giving comedians the opportunity to make jokes about me at awards shows. I don't like it when headlines read ‘Careful, Bro, She'll Write a Song About You', because it trivializes my work," she said, adding that she feels her dating life "has become a bit of a national pastime."
Well… we hate to say it Tay… but you do write an AWFUL lot of songs about ex-boyfriends!