If you're just as curious as we are about the stories behind Taylor Swift's songs in 1989 (which just turned one, can you believe it!), then you have to hit the play button on this video of the music sensation giving us an acoustic version of her song "Out of the Woods." Stripped down, this version is just so heartbreaking we can't even get through the whole thing without feeling so much ~*feels*~. (via TeenVogue.com)
We won't be spoiling the whole video, so here you go, Candy Girls. Listen to the stripped down version of "Out of the Woods" ASAP.
So what made Tay-Tay write the song? "I'm going to play you a song that I wrote about a relationship that I was in that the number one feeling I felt in the whole relationship was anxiety because it felt very fragile," she explains in the video. "It felt very tentative. It always felt like, 'Okay, what's the next roadblock? What's the next thing that's going to deter this? How long do we have before this turns into an awful mess and we break up? Is it a month? Is it three days? And so I think a lot of relationships can be solid and healthy, and that's kind of what you hope for, 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 meaningful in that fragility."
ICYDK, and we doubt that you don't, "Out of the Woods" is just one of T-Swizzle's songs from 1989 that's rumored to be about her ex, One Direction cutie Harry Styles. There are a lot of telltale signs from the song alone like the accident that brought the guy to a hospital room and the line "two paper airplanes flying." Do you think she really did write about their relationship?
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