Harry Styles sings, "And if you’re looking for someone to write your breakup songs about / Baby, I’m perfect.” Could he be referencing a pop superstar notorious for baking her ex-boyfriends into her albums (including her biggest record, 1989)?
Another line reads, “And if you like cameras flashing every time we go out," an obvious nod to paparazzi. For a while there, it was assumed that Harry and Tay's relationship was something created for press: He was the biggest name in teen pop, she was a country starlet looking to crossover. We like to think it was genuine, but it definitely had some lucrative advantages.
The boys address another line in "Perfect" to a mystery woman: “And if you like going places we can’t even pronounce…” That reads a lot like Taylor's "Flew me to places I'd never been..." line in "I Knew You Were Trouble."
Another line, "If you like having secret little rendezvous..." To us, it's a suspiciously similar reference to a Taylor Swift lyric in "Out of the Woods." She croons, "Remember when you hit the brakes too soon? / Twenty stitches in the hospital room / And you started crying, baby I did too," referring to a secret snowmobile trip the pair reportedly took when they were dating.
It’s hard to believe Sam Smith’s career changing album ‘In The Lonely Hour’ is three years old, but believe it. The debut album from the British singer boasted chart hits like “Stay With Me” and “I’m Not The Only One.” Smith celebrated the anniversary of the album with a pic and a sweet message to his fans “Love & miss you all desperately.”