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She's No Taylor Swift! Carly Rae Jepsen Would Never Write A Spiteful Song About An Ex

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Nov. 30 2012, Published 1:30 p.m. ET

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Taylor Swift may make millions off of penning songs about the former lovers who scorned her, but don't expect Carly Rae Jepsen to follow in her footsteps.

The Call Me Maybe singer, who sky-rocketed to international stardom with the help of Justin Bieber in 2012, reveals why she will never write a song about a failed romance in the January 2012 issue of Cosmopolitan, and has the details.

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"Have you ever Taylor Swift-ed a boyfriend?" the fashion magazine asked the 27-year-old, which they clarify as "written a song about him to get even."

"No," she promptly answers. "In a relationship, it's very rarely just one person's fault. For me, it's never like 'You a**hole!' it's more like, 'When did we change sides?'

"I've been really lucky so far. I can look back at someone I've dated and say it may not have been a match for the long-term, but it was never a bad decision."

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Jepsen also reveals that she is a true Belieber, namely because the teen thrust her into the public eye when he first tweeted about her to his 29 million Twitter followers.

"I never get tired of being asked about him. I'm forever indebted to him for the lovely boost that he's given me."


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