Taylor let all her Twitter followers know that she’s keeping busy after her break-up with Harry by getting back into the recording studio, but is she hard at work writing songs about her ex?
With Taylor Swift‘s relationship with Harry Styles firmly over, it’s time for the Red singer to do what she does best: write some scathing new revenge songs! It looks like she may be doing just that, as she shared a new photo of herself in a recording studio on Jan. 15. Should Harry be worried?
The 23-year-old singer shared a photo of herself on her Twitter account, showing the songstress holding an acoustic guitar, with the caption, “Somewhere in LA…” This photo comes just a few days after Taylor was photographed walking into a studio on Jan. 10. On that same day, she tweeted, “Back in the studio. Uh oh…”
Taylor Swift Hard At Work Writing About Harry Styles
Uh-oh may be just the thing that Harry, 18, is saying to himself as he sees all these new reports. As The Sun reports, Taylor has already written five songs about him! A source tells the paper, “Taylor writes music in the same way that other women chat to their friends on the phone. It’s been how she deals with her emotions for most of her life. Harry and Taylor only dated for a short time but there were very strong feelings, so it’s been a tough comedown.”
Though Taylor is writing up a storm, there’s no guarantee that these songs will ever see the light of day — something that be music to Harry’s ears. “Lyrics have been written, but Taylor hasn’t come close to deciding whether she’ll ever release them. A song about it will surface at some point but it won’t be anything like the way she had a dig at her other ex John Mayer in one of her other tracks,” the source adds
Do you want Taylor to write songs about Harry, HollywoodLifers?
— Billy Nilles
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