Taylor Swift has a successful song in his hands with "Lover,quot; from the homonymous album, but a small comment from ex-boyfriend John Mayer has many agree with him. Everyone knows that Taylor Swift is a great lyricist and writer, and so is John Mayer. That was one of the things they had in common when they were a couple, but it also makes them equally qualified to criticize each other's work, and that is exactly what John Mayer did when he pointed to one of Taylor's letters and really used the words: You are crazy when you explained your problem.
In the lyrics of the song "Lover," Taylor is describing things that a couple could do if they are "madly in love,quot; and don't think of other people's opinions. She talks about leaving Christmas lights on, letting friends crash in the living room and setting the rules for their own relationship.
The lyrics resonated with many people around the world and helped boost Taylor's album to the AMA (where he won the best pop / rock album) and has been nominated for the best Grammy song. Nevertheless; John Mayer pointed out something with the letter and other people agree with him.
John Mayer recently stated the following.
"It makes me laugh a little because she says," We can keep the Christmas lights on until January, "and I say," You're crazy. Everyone keeps their Christmas lights on until January. "
Internet accepts that John Mayer is not wrong. Everyone keeps their Christmas lights until January.
You can watch the official video of Taylor Swift singing "Lover,quot; in the following video player.
Now, some people say that every time they hear the song that begins with the line, they instantly think of John Mayer pointing to the dazzling accident.
What you think? Should Taylor Swift have changed that letter to something like: "Can we keep the Christmas lights until February?"
Do you agree with John Mayer? Do you think everyone leaves their Christmas lights until January, therefore, the analogy of "breaking the rules,quot; and "doing what you want despite what others say,quot; is lost in the first line of the song?