Taylor Swift Dishes On Jake Gyllenhaal?
(CelebNMusic247-News) Taylor Swift Dishes On Jake Gyllenhaal?
Swift is dishing dirt about one of her ex-men and its NOT in a song!
America’s sweetheart opened up about one ex in particular guy who inspired her heartbreaking song, The Last Time.
If you guessed Jake Gyllenhaal, then you know your Swift-ology!
In a recent interview Swift kept from saying his name, but hints that it’s all about Jake.
She said in a recent interview:
“Some combinations of people are toxic, you know? You have to find the right one that isn’t just going to explode into fiery ash and destruction.”
Hmmm… that sounds a LOT like the relationship she told NPR inspired her to write The Last Time.
During the radio interview, Taylor went on to say:
“The idea was based on this experience I had with someone who was kind of this unreliable guy. You never know when he’s going to leave, you never know when he’s going to come back, but he always does come back.”
Swift dished on what she explains as a ”toxic” douchebag bag who put her through it tons of times over.
“My visual for this song is, there’s a guy on his knees sitting on the ground outside of a door. And on the other side of the door is his girlfriend, who he keeps on leaving, and he keeps coming back to her, but then he leaves again. He’s saying, ‘This is the last time I’m going to do this to you.’ And she’s saying, ‘This is the last time I’m asking you this: Don’t do this again.’ And she’s wondering whether to let him in, and he just wants her to give him another chance, but she doesn’t know if he’s going to break her heart again. It’s a really fragile emotion you’re dealing with when you want to love someone, but you don’t know if it’s smart to.”
Don’t be so hard on yourself Tay Tay…he’s just not the right guy!
Love makes fools of us all!
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