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Forget “Dear John (Taylor’s Version)”, which will eventually appear as part of the re-recording Speak Now Album. Taylor Swift knows only too well how much her fans love the tea when it comes to her past relationships, so of course one of the tracks from midnight makes unmistakable references to her scrutinized relationship with John Mayer. At least that’s what the Swifties are saying on social media.
Today saw the highly anticipated release of midnight on different music platforms. In addition to the announced line-up consisting of 13 songs, Miss Americana announced seven surprise bonus tracks under the moniker of Midnight – 3 o’clock editionso you know that T-Swizzle takes no prisoners in the unruly twilight hours as she sets about writing new music.
It seems that one of those bonus tracks – “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” – is getting a lot of attention on Twitter for a well-known reason. Because if you thought Taylor was done killing her former partners because folklore and always If you’ve blissfully taken a side trip to storytelling, you’re in for a hilarious surprise as hell.
As always, she’s smart about everything else.
Swifties felt no sympathy for Jake Gyllenhaal when All Too Well (10 Minute Version) came out, so you can bet John Mayer will feel worse when the fandom is done with this album.
Taylor rightly said: I NEED HIM TO SUFFER NOW.
Well, we all know the drill by now. Let’s just hope the controversy that will inevitably follow “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” doesn’t get overshadowed midnight and his critically acclaimed debut.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/celebrities/swifties-insist-cryptic-midnights-lyrics-obviously-point-to-taylor-swifts-ex-flame/ Swifties insist the cryptic “Midnights” lyrics are obviously a nod to Taylor Swift’s ex-flame