Taylor Swift dropped her second re-recorded album 'Red (Taylor's Version)' on November 12 and we won't shy away from saying that Taylor managed to make her classic 2012 album even better. But what's making the news today is the 10 minute long version of her song 'All To Well' which fans believe hints at the reason why Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal split back in 2010.
The lyrics of All Too Well goes like, "They say all’s well that ends well but I’m in a new hell/ Every time you double cross my mind / You said if we had been closer in age maybe it would have been fine / And that made me want to die." Swifties now believe that Gyllenhaal cited the 9 year age gap between him and Taylor to break up with her. For reference, Taylor and Jake Gyllenhaal dated when they were 21 and 29 respectively.
Further ahead in the song, Taylor Swift is probably taking a dig at Jake Gyllenhaal's current relationship as her lyrics read, "And I was never good at telling jokes/ but the punch line goes/ I'll get older but your lovers stays my age." To let you know, Jake Gyllenhaal recently made his relationship with Jeanne Cadieu, 25 offical.
Taylor Swift is recoding her previous albums to get her copyright back on them after Scooter Braun sold them without her concent in June 2019. She dropped her first re-recorded album 'Love Story Taylor's Version' earlier in February this year. 'Red Taylor's Version' makes her second re-recorded album. Which of her other albums do you want her to re-record next. Share with is in the comments below.