While we've been using Taylor Swift's weirdly-similar-to-our-own-life breakup songs to get over the short but significant list of Average Joes we've dated, she has successfully dated what is arguably the hottest batch of bachelors ever.
So here's a look, in reverse chronological order, at all the mind-bendingly attractive reasons Taylor wrote those songs in the first place.
) to an ex for a rough night, a night that very well could have been the one when she dumped actor Taylor Lautner.
Why assume she's talking about the former teen wolf, who first caught Swift's eye on the set of their "Valentine's Day" flick?
As a country pop darling-turned-"Reputation"-slayer, Taylor Swift has certainly become known for writing songs about the ghosts of boyfriends past.
So let's play a familiar game: Which song is about which of Taylor's ex's?
Two years later, the “1989” highlight “Out Of The Woods” is widely assumed to be about Styles, with lyrical references to their December romance and snowmobile accident.
This duo met through a mutual friend, Ellie Goulding, back in February of 2015 at The Brit Awards and immediately hit it off.
In Swift's single music video for "Look What You Made Me Do", she lends an eery nod to Harris by crawling out of a graveyard next to a headstone reading "Nils Sjoberg," which was the psydenom the singer used to conceal her identity on Harris and Rihanna's hit track, "This is What You Came For". Mere days before her very public breakup with dance EDM artist Calvin Harris, Swift was seen dancing with actor Tom Hiddleston at The Met Gala in May of 2016.
"My Week With Marilyn" star Eddie Redmayne was rumored to be dating Swift for a few months in 2011, but up until recently, the 31-year-old actor is still denying that the relationship ever happened.
Whether or not they did have the reported three-month fling, Redmayne doesn't appear to have made enough of an impact to earn a song on the pop princess' latest release.
At 19, Swift seemed to think that John should have treated the delicate country flower with a little bit more care. Mayer's first name, she spewed out lines like, "Don't you think I was too young to be messed with? In an NPR interview, Swift explained that "The Last Time" is about an "experience I had with someone who was kind of this unreliable guy.
You never know when he's going to leave, you never know when he's going to come back, but he always does come back." Between acting in flicks that take him all over the world and the bevy of gorgeous options Jake Gyllenhaal likely has, it's not too far of a stretch to think Swift is singing, "Put my name at the top of your list," about him.