Because Taylor Swift dates a wide variety of men (Taylor Lautner AND John Mayer, how is that even the same “type?”) and none of those relationships last longer than a few months, she’s afraid she’s doom to repeat history and will never find someone to stick around for a while.
“I haven’t had a relationship that’s lasted for ever. I only know about them starting and ending. Those are my fears,” Taylor told The Guardian, “I spend a lot of time balancing between faith and disbelief.”
She’s also afraid that the magic won’t last. Whatever that means. Is Conor Kennedy the one who holds the magic? Ugghhh.
“I think that one thing I’m really afraid of is that magic doesn’t last. That butterflies and daydreams and love, all these things that I hold so dear, are going to leave some day,” says Tay Tay.
What does that even mean? I swear I need a kindergartner to translate Taylor Speak from “puppies and rainbows” to actual English.
But it’s her short-lived teeny-bop romances that make for perfect teeny-bop songs.
“I want to believe in pretty lies. But unfortunately, that can lead you to write songs like the ones on my new record.”
Also, Taylor dished on the song “Ours” which she says, “I wrote this song specifically just to play it for him, just to show him, ‘I don’t care what anyone says. I don’t care that you have tattoos. I don’t care that you have a gap between your teeth. I love you for who you are.”
Wait, who did she date with a gap-tooth?