Taylor Swift’s Red Album Decoded: All the Heartbreaking Lyrics

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Chris Stapleton stars in “I Bet You Think About Me”. Another set of lyrics that seemingly connect are from vault song “I Bet You Think About Me” and “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” In “WANEGBT,” Swift sings about an ex-boyfriend—rumored to be Jake Gyllenhaal—finding his “peace of mind” with an “indie record that’s much cooler than mine.” And in “I Bet You Think About Me,” Swift belts, “I bet you think about me when you’re out at your cool indie music concerts every week.”

Gyllenhaal may also hint at “I Bet You Think About Me” Swift sang, “You grew in a gated silver-spoon community / Glamourous and shiny bright, Beverly Hills.” The truth is that Swift was right. Donnie Darko actor grew up Los Angeles.

“Forever Winter.” The lyrics to this vault track appear to reference a line from Swift’s song “MCelebHomes” off of her The LoverAlbum. Swift says to Swift in “Forever Winter” that he is too young to understand it all / Forever summer sun I will for you / Forever winter, if your go. Swift refers to the seasons with “MCelebHomes”, the lyrics of which are “‘Cause one is different from the other / I live in winter, you’re my summer.”