Fans are crazy about the bonus track “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” from the 3 AM extended version of Taylor Swift’s Midnights album. But her new music has made a lot of people wonder who she dated when she was 19 years old. Taylor has made it a point in all of her albums to say what she thinks and let her fans get a glimpse into her life through her lyrics.
Still, if you’re a Swiftie, you know that Taylor’s lyrics are always honest about her past and present, which has also led to a lot of questions.
Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve Lyrics Explored
One of the songs on Taylor Swift’s 3 AM album is called “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve.” It’s about the things she wishes she hadn’t done in the past.
Even though the whole song is a perfect reflection of what she was thinking, the chorus was the first part that caught everyone’s attention. The song has the following words:
“At nineteen, I would have stayed on my knees, and I would have never, ever danced with the devil.”
“And the honest truth is that the pain was heaven. Now that I’m older, I’m afraid of ghosts. Memories feel like weapons.” “Now that I know, I wish you hadn’t told me.”
Taylor says “nineteen” a lot in the chorus, which has made her fans think about her past relationships.
Who Did Taylor Swift Date When She Was 19?
When Taylor was 19, she was with John Mayer. During their time together, they never talked about their relationship out loud. But they had been photographed together on more than one occasion. Their love was short-lived, and they broke up soon after.
Some people say that Taylor wrote Dear John, which is on her album Speak Now, about the singer.
What Does John Mayer Say About The Song?
John told Rolling Stone in an interview that he wasn’t too happy with the Dear John song. “I never got an email,” he said. No one ever called me. I was really surprised, and it made me feel even worse about myself at a time when I was already being treated badly. I mean, how would you feel if someone kicked you when you were at your lowest point? ”
During the interview, John was also asked how he felt about the line “Don’t you think I was too young to be messed with?
He told her, “I don’t want to talk about that.”
As of right now, John hasn’t said anything else.
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Jessa Martin is the author of Nogmagazine, A professional in writing by day, and novelist by night, she received her bachelor of arts in film from Howard University and her master of arts in media studies from the New School. A Brooklyn native, she is a lover of naps, cookie dough, and beaches, currently residing in the borough she loves, most likely multitasking.