"The Story of Us" was performed live in The Ellen De Generes Show and it was also included in the Speak Now World Tour set list.The performance from the tour was included on Swift's first live album, Speak Now: World Tour Live.She has been staying out of the public's eye for three months and, according to the insider, is desperate to avoid the public scrutiny she faced while dating Tom, 36.Joe is the first person Taylor has been linked to since she split with the Brit and they have reportedly been dating for months.Over the past few years, pop's biggest beef has been between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.Neither woman has ever explicitly confirmed the feud, and each has instead dropped not-so-subtle hints about their deteriorated friendship, bringing famous names into the fold – and creating two rumored diss songs out of it.
Let’s take a look back at some of his former lady loves, shall we?Taylor Swift, shrewd businesswoman that she is, is making bank off her services as a no-sex-games-or-funny-business professional handholding companion. for two reasons: to initiate sex or to tell you you've been accepted to Hogwarts – congrats.)So who is the real Taylor Swift? Study this guide, a tableaux of beaux, and draw your own conclusions:(Note that, while every gentleman on this list is given a corresponding song, many of them were, in fact, the subjects of multiple songs.)Forever and Always Hidden message: (every Swift track carries with IN it a hidden mes SAge, spelled out via letter capitalizatio Ns In The l Yric notes) "IF YOU PLAY THESE GAMES, WE' RE BOTH GOING TO LOSE" Sample lyric: Rebuttal: "I know she's the biggest thing in the world, and I'm not trying to sink anybody's ship, but I think it's abusing your talent to rub your hands together and go, ' Wait till he gets a load of this! Nothing makes a boyish movie star's face more handsome than a beard.arrived at Swift's hotel at 4 a.m. "The Story of Us" is a song written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift for her third studio album, Speak Now (2010).Produced by Swift alongside Nathan Chapman, the song was sent to mainstream radio in the United States on April 19, 2011, as the fourth single from Speak Now.