In a new video, Taylor Swift discusses song Out Of The Woods - widely believed to be about her short-lived relationship with Harry Styles, which she calls 'fragile'
If we were lucky enough to be going out with Harry Styles, we reckon we’d feel like we’d hit the lurve jackpot.
But it sounds as though Taylor Swift had a less enjoyable experience, as the Blank Space singer has revealed that her relationship with the One Direction star left her feeling anxious.
Tay Tay and Haz got together in December 2010, but they split just three short months later.
And Taylor appeared to open up about their brief relationship as she performed an acoustic version of Out Of The Woods.
Introducing the song – widely believed to be about Harry – Taylor revealed: ‘The number one feeling I felt in the whole relationship was anxiety. Because it felt very fragile, it felt very tentative. And it always felt like, ‘Okay, what’s the next road block?
‘What’s the next thing that’s gonna deter this? How long do we have before this turns into just an awful mess and we break up? Is it a month? Is it three days?”
Tell-tale lyrics in Out Of The Woods that point to the song being about Harry include the line ‘Last December, we were built to fall apart.’ Remember Tay and Haz’s oh-so-cute date in New York’s Central Park? Yep, that was in December.
Another clue lies in the lyrics: ‘Your necklace hanging from my neck…..Two paper airplanes flying, flying…’ As any Directioner will tell you, one of Harry’s favourite pieces of jewellery is a paper airplane necklace – that Taylor was spotted wearing around the time they dated.
What more convincing do you need?
Taylor – who is now with Scottish DJ and all-round hunk Calvin Harris – also talked love and relationships in the video released by the Grammy Museum to mark the one-year anniversary of 1989.
In the video, she says: ‘I think a lot of relationships can be very solid and that’s kind of what you hope for, for it to be solid and healthy but that’s not always what you get.
‘And it doesn’t mean that it’s not special and extraordinary just to have a relationship that’s fragile and somehow meaningful in that fragility.’
Wise words Swifty!