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Swift arrived at the Pins alley in Studio City with best friend, actress Selena Gomez, but spent most of the evening talking to Monteith as they bowled together.

Their decision to arrive and leave their apparent 'date' separately comes amid reports they are hiding the romance from Swift's protective manager mother Andrea.

has the actual chronology breakdown, plus the secret message is TAY. "Speak Now" Here, Swift imagines barging in on the wedding of an ex-boyfriend to break things up before it's too late. (But only the ones who are, you know, mean.) With lines like “drunk and rambling on about how I can't sing,” it's safe to assume "Mean" stems directly from the post–Stevie Nicks backlash. "The Story of Us" Swift on “Us”: “I was at an awards show, and there was a guy there, obviously — it all starts there, doesn't it? "Enchanted" Another early love song, again too generically detailed (“it was enchanting to meet you”) to guess as to its subject. There's also a part where she sings “I've had the time of my life fighting dragons with you,” and we're going to choose to take that literally.

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Long before her famous boyfriends, Taylor Swift wrote a song about a guy named Drew and found mainstream success with her ballad "Teardrops on My Guitar." Now when Swift writes a tune, while she may not confirm who she's singing about, her muses are a lot more high-profile.

And with the news of her breakup with Jake Gyllenhaal, fans will be waiting to hear what she'll sing about the Hollywood hunk in the future. Just as she was emerging on the pop scene, rumors began to surface that the blond chanteuse and Joe Jonas were an item.

Two years later, the “1989” highlight “Out Of The Woods” is widely assumed to be about Styles, with lyrical references to their December romance and snowmobile accident.

(July 2012-October 2012) During an interview with Ryan Seacrest, Taylor explained that her single "Begin Again" is about, "When you've gotten through a really bad relationship and you finally dust yourself off." Coincidentally, the then 22-year-old was enamored with 18-year-old Conor Kennedy.

At first we just assumed Swift was singing about David Spade, but then Yahoo's Chris Willman came up with a much better answer: This one's about John Mayer, too! "Never Grow Up" The secret message is MOVED OUT IN JULY, and it sounds like Swift is addressing her younger self. We're going to assume, then, that Swift is singing to former Gonzaga Bulldog sharpshooter Adam Morrison. "Better Than Revenge" Arguably even more scandalous than the John Mayer stuff, general consensus is that “Better Than Revenge” is aimed at Swift's ex-boyfriend Joe Jonas's girlfriend, Camilla Belle, (“She's an actress / she's better known for the things she does on the mattress”).