Taylor Swift Says If You Want the Truth About Her, Go to Her Music

“It’s for me the one chance to really have that connection with my fans that is not fictionalized,” she says.

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Yes, Taylor Swift is still promoting her album Red, but she tells a London radio station that her head and heart are into her next yet-to-be-released album.

“I’m so excited. There’s so much that’s happened in the last year and a half for me to draw inspiration from, that it’s really going to be very interesting,” she tells Capital FM.

No, Taylor won’t dish the dirty details about her relationship with boy band star Harry Styles in an interview. But yes, you’ll probably hear her sing a song about it. Taylor wants you to hear about what’s happening with her in her songs.

“The only time that I ever get to really express to my fans what actually happened in my life is in my music,” she says. “Anything that they might hear is a fictionalized version of it because I don’t like talk in depth about my personal life in interviews.

“I don’t do any of that, so the only place for anyone to really understand what I went through is my songs. . . . The lyrics tell exactly what happened. It’s for me the one chance to really have that connection with my fans that is not fictionalized.”

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