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Taylor Swift: I'm Always Going To Write About My Ex-Boyfriends

Tue, February 14, 2012 4:37pm EDT by 13 Comments
Taylor Swift New Album

Taylor Swift revealed some never before heard details about her upcoming album on MTV First last night, and don’t worry — there are more love songs on their way!

Taylor Swift might be getting older and more mature, but she’s not planning on omitting details about her love life in her upcoming album. During an interview with MTV First, the 22-year-old country crooner dished about fourth record in detail for the first time.

Love is always going to be a huge theme in what I write about just because there are no two similar relationships,” she said. “It’s all different. I’m fascinated by that, as has kind of shown throughout my albums. But you know,  22 is different than 18 and 19 when I made my last album. As you grow, you change the way you process emotion.”

Specifics about Taylor’s next album have been scarce, so we thought she might be putting off making new material. However, that’s far from the case.

“I’ve been writing so much in the last year,” she admitted. “The label keeps telling me we’re finished! But I keep writing and turning in different versions. I’m going to work on it until I have zero time left to work on it.”

Unlike her last album, Speak Now, which she wrote entirely on her own, Taylor said she’s been more open to collaborating on this record.

“I’m getting to work with people I’ve always wanted to work with,” she said. “I’m constantly around people who love what they do. I’m trying to be a sponge with this record. You have to evolve.”

To date, Taylor’s won six Grammy Awards, 10 American Music Awards and dozens of others, making her one of the most successful artists in the world. We are counting down the months to her next album release. Are YOU excited to hear Taylor’s new stuff?

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