Is ‘Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve’ about Jake Gyllenhaal?
In “Midnight,” Taylor Swift explores her past, her decisions, and more. That’s why fans are searching for clues about the songs’ identity, and several theories point to Jake Gyllenhaal and John Mayer. You have to hear the full story.
Taylor Swift.’s 10th studio album “midnight” Released on Friday, it has already broken Spotify’s record for Most streamed album in one day. It is one of his most sectarian writings, and has received rave reviews to date.
When Swift announced the project, she described the tracks as “the stories of 13 sleepless nights spread throughout my life.” That’s why fans search for Easter eggs and references via the song list, which includes seven additional tracks that weren’t previously announced.
One of those clips, which is part of the “3 a.m. version,” is titled “Could it have, should have,” you remember one She was 19 years old Using religious metaphors and asking her then-partner to bring back her “childhood”. Here’s what we know about the possible theme song.
Midnight: How old was Taylor Swift when she dated Jake Gyllenhaal?
Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal dated for three months in late 2010, When she was twenty He was 30 years old. Taylor was 21 years old Weeks before they and Jake split up, there’s an accepted theory that her song “The Moment I Knew” talks about missing her birthday party.
However, the main suspect is the subject “It was possible, could have, should” he is John Mayer, Who did Taylor date? When she was nineteen and when she was 32. She first admitted the relationship on her track “Dear John” from “Speak Now” in which she sings “Dear John, I see it all, now it was a mistake / Don’t you think nineteen years too young to be played with your dark twisted toys, when I loved you like that?”
In the song “could, had to, should have sung”And I’m sure I’d never dance with the devil / At nineteen / And the honest truth of God is that pain was heaven / And now that I’m old, I’m afraid of ghosts.” The lyrics are one of the self-reflection moments on the album, which includes the self-hate single “Against the hero.”