Harry Styles Earned A Song Dedicated To Him After Breaking Taylor Swift’s Heart

Photo Credit: Mr. Paparazzi

Photo Credit: Mr. Paparazzi

Everyone knows Taylor Swift isn’t one who is afraid to kiss and tell. And even though it seemed as though she tried to keep her fling with One Direction’s notorious ladies man, Harry Styles, under wraps, the two made headlines last week for their short lived relationship.

The 22-year-old country singer is famous for placing hidden messages about her well-known ex-boyfriends throughout every song – and the 18-year-old heartthrob is no exception.

After Styles was caught lip locking another girl while dating Swift, she turned to her long-standing tradition and took her frustrations and broken heart out on a brand new song. And we think it’s ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ off her new album Red. If so, lucky for us, she gave us the inside scoop on the couples relationship.

And here’s what brought us to our decision:

Number 4 off her album: I Knew You Were Trouble

Hidden Message: When you saw me dancing

Clues: “A new notch in your belt is all I’ll ever be… And the saddest fear comes creeping in/That you never loved me or her or anyone or anything”

Before dating her now 18-year-old ex-boyfriend, Conor Kennedy, Taylor had a short lived fling with One Direction’s womanizer.  But after she saw pictures of Harry and American model, Emma Ostilly together on a date, she was reportedly heartbroken.

Now when the ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ singer mentions her dancing, it’s speculated that she is referencing back to when she was seen jamming out to One Direction’s performance of ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ at the 2012 Kids Choice Awards back in March.

So take a listen to ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ below and let us know whether or not you think Taylor was targeting her relationship with Harry Styles.


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