Taylor Lautner ‘Praying’ For John Mayer as Taylor Swift Re-Releases ‘Speak Now’

Long reside Taylor Lautner. Recently, the previous Twilight star was requested how he feels about Taylor Swift re-releasing her 2010 album, Speak Now, which famously options songs about each Lautner and John Mayer, two of Swift’s well-known exes. Swift has been within the means of re-releasing her albums that she doesn’t personal, and on May 5 introduced she’d be dropping Speak Now subsequent. On July 7, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) will probably be launched, together with six never-before-heard songs.

In phrases of how Lautner is feeling about the entire thing, the actor informed TODAY.com, “I believe it’s a terrific album. Yeah, I really feel secure. Praying for John.”

For some context: Lautner is one in every of Swift’s most uncomplicated exes and has remained respectful of her over time. The Speak Now tune rumored to be about Lautner, “Back to December,” is a gorgeous observe during which Swift even apologizes to her ex. She sings, “So that is me swallowin’ my delight / Standin’ in entrance of you sayin’ I’m sorry for that night time / And I’m going again to December on a regular basis / It seems freedom ain’t nothin’ however missin’ you / Wishin’ I’d realized what I had once you had been mine.” During an interview in 2016, Lautner stated the tune was about him and that he thought it was “stunning.”

Once when Swift performed Lautner’s hometown, Grand Rapids, Michigan, she even modified the lyrics of “Back to December.” Instead of singing: “I’d return in time and alter it, however I can’t / So if the chain is in your door, I perceive,” she sang: “I’d return in time and alter it, however I can’t / So that is for the boy from Michigan.”

On the opposite hand, the Speak Now tune rumored to be about Mayer, “Dear John,” is kind of brutal. In it, Swift sings about their drastic age distinction when the 2 had been courting (she was 19; he was 32): “Dear John, I see all of it, now it was improper / Don’t you assume nineteen is simply too younger / To be performed by your darkish twisted video games, once I beloved you so?” On her newest album, Midnights, Swift additionally launched a tune purported to be about Mayer known as “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” with parallel lyrics: “And I rattling positive by no means would’ve danced with the satan / At nineteen.”

Fans predict that the additional songs on Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) may give extra perception into the Swift-Mayer relationship, just like what occurred when Swift launched “All Too Well (10 Minute Version),” which included new, revealing lyrics rumored to be about Jake Gyllenhaal. But as for Lautner? Seems like he’s proper to stay unbothered.

Madison is a senior author/editor at ELLE.com, protecting information, politics, and tradition. When she’s not on the web, you can probably discover her taking a nap or consuming banana bread.

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