Rewind five years and we have the infamous break-up of Taylor Swift and Harry Styles. Ever since then Haylor has been dead and gone but that doesn't mean Hazza ever stopped thinking about T. Swift.
With the release of his solo debut album, Harry Styles, the One Direction crooner has a track that's got everyone thinking it's about Taylor and their past relationship. There are a few signs that point to the fact that this could all be true. So, let's break it down.
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The lyrics are the most telling sign, to be honest. First, we must look at the lyrics to Taylor's song, "Style" which is notoriously about Harry. She writes, "And I got that red lip classic thing that you like." Another line in the song goes, "You got that long hair, slicked back, white t-shirt."
In Harry's song, "Two Ghosts" he seemingly responds to those exact lyrics.
Harry sings, "Same lips red, same eyes blue / Same white shirt, couple more tattoos." No. Freaking. Way.
The same red lips allude to Taylor's famous red lip that she has worn on multiple occasions. The same blue eyes – okay well Taylor still has blue eyes and they aren't changing now. The same white shirt could point to Harry and his ensemble. While he was in One Direction, he was caught in a plain tee a number of times. And a 'couple more tattoos' – well this could mean a couple of things.
Harry has definitely gotten more tattoos since he dated Taylor and that's one way he's changed since every other thing in the lyric has stayed the same. He could also be referring to a potential transformation and change that he has done since dating Taylor.
But, these aren't the only Taylor lyrics that Harry might be responding to. In Taylor's track "All Too Well" she writes, "Cause there we are again in the middle of the night / We're dancing around the kitchen in the refrigerator light."
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Harry sings in his song, "The fridge light washes this room white / Moon dances over your good side / This was all we used to need."
While this could be a total coincidence it sure sounds like Harry is referencing their time together, dancing around the kitchen, the light hitting Taylor just right. We are officially SHOOK. But, there's even more evidence. Harry chatted with his pal Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio 1 about the entirety of his album and basically confirmed himself that the "Two Ghosts" track was inspired by the "Bad Blood" singer.
Before jokingly yelling for help when asked if the song was about Taylor, Harry said, "I mean, I think it’s pretty, like, self-explanatory. I think it’s about, you know, sometimes things change. And you can be, you know, doing all the same things. And sometimes, it’s just different, you know? 2017, Philosopher, London, end quote."
After that Nick begins to play the song and says, "So here we go, the one about Taylor Swift." Harry gets adorably upset and screams like a child whose crush was just revealed to his whole class. In the end, it means yes, it is about Taylor. Mic. Drop.
We just HAD to ask who 'Two Ghosts' was about *cough* taylorswift *cough* 👻 💘Listen 👉 https://t.co/48RuyAdouO #HarryStylesListeningParty pic.twitter.com/dZfv2uRtKI— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) May 12, 2017
We just HAD to ask who 'Two Ghosts' was about *cough* taylorswift *cough* 👻 💘Listen 👉 https://t.co/48RuyAdouO #HarryStylesListeningParty pic.twitter.com/dZfv2uRtKI
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