Harry Styles wrote ‘Perfect’ song about Taylor Swift?

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Harry Styles wrote 'Perfect' song about Taylor Swift?

It seems that turnabout is fair play for Harry Styles, as the 25-year-old One Direction singer has reportedly written the song “Perfect” about his short-lived relationship with Taylor Swift.

Swift and Styles dated from October 2012 until January 2013 and he has reportedly opened up about her in the new song which is set for release on Friday. A source who listened to the song said, “Harry would never get too specific about Taylor in a song, but the lyrics are definitely going to get fans speculating. He doesn’t want to dish the dirt but a relationship as intense as theirs has provided lots of inspiration.”

According to a source, they sing: “If you like when I’m driving with the windows down/If you like going places we can’t even pronounce/If you like to do whatever you’ve been dreaming about/Baby you’re perfect.”

Following their relationship, Swift said that she wrote five songs in a week about Styles, including “Out Of The Woods” where she talks about the pressure of being part of a high profile relationship. At the time, she said, “It just kind of conjured up all these feelings of anxiety that I had in a relationship where everybody was watching.”

She added, “You’re constantly just feeling like, ‘Are we out of the woods yet? What’s the next thing gonna be? What’s the next hurdle we’re gonna have to jump over? Are we gonna make it to next week?’ It was interesting to write about a relationship where you’re just honestly like, ‘This is probably not gonna last, but how long is it gonna last?'”

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Tuesday, October 13th, 2015 at 10:10am
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