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Taylor Swift Says, "I Only Write Songs About Crazy Love"

Image courtesy of Big Machine Records (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Big Machine Records (via ABC News Radio)

All you guys who dream of dating Taylor Swift, listen up.  Don't worry if the date doesn't go well and you two don't hit it off: she won't be writing a song about you.  As Taylor reveals in a new interview, she only writes songs about relationships that really rock her world.

"I only write songs about crazy love," she tells New York magazine. "If I go on two dates with a guy and we don’t click, I’m not writing a song about that. It didn’t matter in the emotional grand scheme of things. There’s a lot that goes on in daily life that isn’t really worth turning into a verse and a chorus.”

That being said, there are some relationships that are worth, not just a song, but entire albums.  That's what happened with her current disc, Red , and Taylor reveals just how the man who inspired it -- rumored to be Jake Gyllenhaal -- feels about it. 

"I heard from the guy that most of Red is about,” she tells the magazine.   "He was like, ‘I just listened to the album, and that was a really bittersweet experience for me. It was like going through a photo album.’ That was nice. Nicer than, like, the ranting, crazy e-mails I got from this one dude."

Defending about her penchant for turning her love life into songs, Taylor tells New York magazine, "It’s a lot more mature way of looking at a love that was wonderful until it was terrible, and both people got hurt from it -- but one of those people happened to be a songwriter." And for those individuals who complain about it, Taylor says, rolling her eyes, "Did you not Wikipedia me before you called me up?”

Still, Taylor foresees a time when she'll stop writing confessional and personal songs about herself, and start creating material for other artists.  "When I’m 40 and nobody wants to see me in a sparkly dress anymore, I’ll be, like: ‘Cool, I’ll just go in the studio and write songs for kids,'" she tells New York . "It’s looking like a good pension plan.”

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