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Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well” allegedly about Jake Gyllenhaal

HollywoodNews.com: Taylor Swift’s new song “All Too Well” is apparently about Jake Gyllenhaal as the two dated seriously for just a few months.

Swift’s song apparently references a few things that make it pretty obviously directed at Gyllenhaal, states UsMagazine.com. “Left my scarf there at your sister’s house / And you still got it in your drawer,” Swift wrote, likely about a scarf they were both spotted wearing during their romance.

And it seems that even though there was a lot to write about, it was the hardest song for Swift to make work: “‘All Too Well’ was the hardest to write because it took me a long time to filter through everything I wanted to say. It started out being a 10-minute song, which you can’t put on an album. I had to filter it down to a story that could work in the form of a song.”

What do you think about the song?

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