Taylor Swift, this is your moment. You just moved to New York City and debuted your amazing album, ‘1989’ with an incredible new pop sound. It’s time to focus on yourself and make the most of your fresh start!
Taylor Swift, you have never been afraid of sharing your feelings — or singing about them — which is one of the many qualities that we admire about you! However, it’s time to focus on your future, your amazing album, 1989, and leave your exes where they belong — in the past!
Taylor Swift’s Ex Boyfriends — Leave Them In The Past
Taylor, you basically grew up in the spotlight so we know that it is hard to dodge questions about you former relationships when you had to live them in the public eye, but it’s time to stop dissing your exes — though they may deserve it– and focus on your incredible fresh start.
Although you have sworn off dating for the time being and have not been spotted out with anyone since you parted ways with Harry Styles back in January, 2013, your album is still full of references to your relationship with him, especially in the song, “Out Of The Woods.”
Your loyal and loving fans have always resonated with you songs and have always appreciated how open you are with your feelings — especially when it comes to your heart breaks. It’s just time to stop letting these men dictate what you write about and instead focus on how amazing your new life in New York.
It is extremely difficult to get over a broken heart, but it’s very evident in your new album that you have started a new chapter in your life so it’s time to close the last one once and for all and give your all into making yourself happy — and maybe open yourself up to falling in love again.
Taylor Swift: Stop Singing About Your Exes
It is also clear that you have matured over the last few years and are no longer directly calling people out — like with your song “Dear John” which is assumed to be about John Mayer.
In your new album, the track “Bad Blood” is also rumored to be about your current relationship with Katy Perry. You don’t need to call anyone out anymore, your music speaks for itself and you have clearly proven that you are immensely talented — with your seven Grammy Awards.
Taylor, I think you should take your own advice and shake your exes off because your past relationships will continue to live on if you continue to talk about them and write songs about them. All of your loyal fans love you no matter what and can’t wait for you to make the most of your new life in New York City!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Taylor should make the most of her fresh start? Let me know your thoughts below!
— Caitlin Beck