I'm not a singer, and my foray into songwriting lasted about two weeks during seventh grade, but like countless others, I'm drawn to Swift as an artist and a celebrity.
For years, the image she'd created for herself — that of a savvy, empowered feminist in shrewd control of her image — was both fascinating and inspiring.
“Back to December,” which contained the lyrics “It turns out freedom ain't nothing but missing you,” appeared on her third studio album “Speak Now,” released in November 2010.
" Completely embarrassed and red-faced, the Twilight hunk replies, “I don’t know.” After some banter about Lautner’s past relationships (exes also include Maria Avgeropoulos and Lily Collins), Michele finally brought up Swift’s name. "She writes songs." Next, Stamos — who is not much of a Swiftie and rather unfamiliar with the Grammy winner’s discography — asks which tune was inspired by Lautner.
“You dated Taylor Swift,” she teases her bashful friend. “That’s hilarious,” he says in an attempt to change the subject. "I don't know why you guys want to talk about it." "Didn't she write a song about you? Despite Lautner’s discomfort, Michele keeps the conversation alive and makes an attempt to recall which song Swift penned about her pal.
However, the Brunette Ambition author continues to press the Grown Ups 2 actor about his time courting the country cutie turned pop superstar: “Should we talk about it? “Something about, ' If I would have known / I wouldn't have done that / I'll make you a hat,'" she says, " …
Lautner gives up and admits, "It's called ' Back to December.'" As previously reported, Lautner and Swift dated for several months starting in October 2009.