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Taylor Swift thinks guys should know better about her music

HollywoodNews.com: Taylor Swift admits to having written songs about every guy who she has ever fallen for, but this can prove to be a little bit of a problem for some new guys.

Swift has revealed that when a new guy enters the picture, they are often wary about being a part of her life, states UsMagazine.com. “Guys will say something like, ‘Oh, I’d better never make you mad because you’d write something about it,'” Swift commented about how many guys feel about her approach to music.

However, Swift believes that guys should know better by now as she’s never hidden this detail about her music. And she strongly believes, “if a guy doesn’t want me to write a bad song about him, he won’t do bad things.”

Could you date someone who might write a song about your relationship like Swift does?

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