Taylor Swift Doesn’t Feel Guilty About Song Slamming Her Exes, Only Writes About ‘Bad’ People

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Taylor Swift is never, ever going to feel bad about writing songs about her exes!

The 22-year-old, who has been on a media blitz to promote her upcoming album Red, continues to justify her song-writing slams about her former flames, explaining to The Daily Beast that she only sings about people that really mess up her life – and RadarOnline.com has the details.

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“I take these songs and these people who inspire these songs on a case-by-case basis,” she tells them when asked if she feels guilty about writing about her exes. “If there were someone who was a good person, I’m not going to write something bad about them. But if they handle a situation in a way that really messed up my life for a while, that’s what I’m going to write about.”

And despite her tendency to publically humiliate her exes with her music, Taylor, who is currently dating 18-year-old high school junior Conor Kennedy, doesn’t believe it has ever scared someone away from dating her, but it always becomes an issue when the relationship starts to crumble.

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“I’ve never had a guy say to me, ‘I was thinking of asking you out, but I was afraid I would end up in that song.’ I have had a guy say, as we were breaking up, ‘You better not write a song about this.’ At which point, I proceeded to write an entire album about it.”

 

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