Let’s Revisit Taylor Swift and Harry Styles’ Iconic Central Park Date

So that 1989 Sleeper is definitely about all the attention Taylor and Harry’s relationship has received from the public and, more specifically, the paparazzi. The liner note was “And everyone was watching”, because, well, we were! (Key lyric: “They’re the hunters, we’re the foxes.” Key wardrobe moment: Taylor wore a sweater with a fox on it on their infamous date in Central Park.)

“I had this idea of ​​when you’re in love, in the sense of ‘Out of the Woods,’ it’s very precious, it’s fragile,” Taylor explained to Billboard. “As soon as the world finds out, whether it’s your friends or the people in town who hear about it…it’s kind of like the first thing people want to do when they hear people are in love , it’s just trying to spoil it, if they’re not the greatest human beings.”

Taylor admitted that the media frenzy surrounding the relationship led her to believe, “No one is going to sign up for this. There are just too many cameras pointed at me. There are too many ridiculous details about my life. It will never work.”

But, she continued, “I decided to write a love song, kind of like, ‘What would I say if I met someone really awesome and he was like, hey, am I worried about all this attention you’re getting?'”

The result was “I Know Places,” which is about “‘Hey, I know places where we can hide. We could outrun them,'” Taylor said. “I’m so glad it sounds like the emergency he’s talking about.”


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