Taylor Swift ‘Fair Warning’ To Boyfriends


Taylor Swift arriving at the BBC Radio 2 Building in London, UK. Photos: INF. Taylor chatted with MTV about her new album Speak Now: ‘I’ve never kept quiet the fact that I write songs about people. It’s like, this is album number three. You guys have had fair warning!’ Tay told People that being single is wonderful:

‘I love it. I don’t ever have a morning where I wake up and say, ‘I really need to find a boyfriend today. I will say everything in my music. There’s been extreme joy, extreme pain, extreme curveballs. Sometimes when things impact you so intensely, it takes writing a song to get over them.’ On ‘Dear John’ possibly about John Mayer: ‘A lot of times when people’s relationships end,

They write an email to that person and say everything that they wish they would have said. A lot of times they don’t push send . This was a tough one to write, and I guess putting it on the album was pushing send.’ Taylor to Us Weekly on whether she feels the pressure to get married:

‘Not really. Not as far as anything in the immediate or general future. I’m not opposed to it. I just don’t think about it! [Laughs.] I don’t focus on pining away for love, because I’m focused on being happy with what’s happening right now. There’s definitely wedding fever right now! I think it’s wonderful if you know you’ve found the one.’

Will she have kids? ‘Oh, well, kids, yes! Later in life, definitely. I’d love to get to a place where I could do what my mom did. But let’s say I’m 30 and still touring: I wouldn’t want to have a family, because I couldn’t balance it. But I really have no idea about the future. It’s so unexpected. Trust me!’

On writing about love life: ‘I just write from my perspective about how it ended up, what I felt about it. I think it’s because, for me, I need everything to feel justified: everything I do, every person I meet. Every person I’ve fallen for, they’ve all been a song. Songs I’m proud of. That kind of justifies them being in my life.’