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So let's play a familiar game: Which song is about which of Taylor's ex's?We plowed through some of Swift's biggest hits and matched the lyrics to 13 of Swift's high-profile (reported) former relationships.There didn't seem to be much drama, which is perhaps why Till seems to never have had a Swift song written about him.He later spoke out about their brief try at dating, saying that it "didn't work out" because he "really just liked her as a friend." Ouch.What likely began as a sweet 2010 summer connection ended on a sour note and, of course, in song (or, more likely, several songs). Swift explained to Yahoo that the "Speak Now" song "Mine" was about a guy, "that I just barely knew put his arm around me by the water, and I saw the entire relationship flash before my eyes." Neither Swift nor the late "Glee" star Cory Monteith ever confirmed that they were dating -- although both turned bright red when Ellen De Generes breached the subject -- but if not, she has an imagination great enough to dream up a solid song about what could have been.
"My Week With Marilyn" star Eddie Redmayne was rumored to be dating Swift for a few months in 2011, but up until recently, the 31-year-old actor is still denying that the relationship ever happened.Whether or not they did have the reported three-month fling, Redmayne doesn't appear to have made enough of an impact to earn a song on the pop princess' latest release.Taylor and Zac Efron reportedly started dating for a few months while promoting their movie "The Lorax" in the first part of 2011.co-stars have gone their separate ways after an eight-month romance.
Though Lautner had frequently posted photos with the daughter of Carrie Fisher and granddaughter of Debbie Reynolds, Lourd hasn't appeared in his feeds since a May 24th Instagram he romantically captioned, "Feelin lucky every day."He also attended the "Red, White and Bootsy" July 4th Bash at Nobu Malibu without his former flame.
Both deny the rumors, however, and it doesn't seem like Efron was attached to any of the songs on "Red." The pair did write a song about their relationship, denying the dating rumors through a parody of Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks" on Ellen De Generes' talk show.