Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner dated last year but decided to be “just friends” in December. Taylor now has a single called Back to December where she tries to heal Lautner’s wounds through the power of song.
“‘Back to December’ is a song that addresses a first from me in that I’ve never apologized to someone in song before,” Swift says as she introduces a preview clip of the song. “Whether it be good or bad or an apology, the person I wrote this song about deserves this. This is about a person who was incredible to me, just perfect to me in a relationship, and I was really careless with him. So, this is a song full of words that I would say to him that he deserves to hear.” Lyrics from Popeater:
This is me swallowing my pride,
Standing in front of you saying I’m sorry for that night,
And I go back to December all the time.
It turns out freedom ain’t nothing but missing you,
Wishing I’d realized what I had when you were mine,
I go back to December, turn around and make it all right.
Popeater analyzes the song delving into the break-up and explains how Swift felt smothered when Lautner surprised her with a visit on her 20th birthday but now realizes he was the perfect boyfriend. In conclusion, I’m now a lot gayer for having read and written this. Oh and there might be a chance of them getting back together. Ahhh eeee!