Harry Styles Thinks Taylor Swift's Songs About Him Are "Good," Says He's "Lucky"

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During the One Direction live stream 'Four' hangout today (watch full video here), the guys were asked loads of fan questions, including what Harry Styles thinks about the songs that Taylor Swift writes about him.

While Harry could easily have given a "no comment" answer or make a joke, he gave a straight-up, honest answer - and a compliment as well!

The guys were asked if any of their songs are about anyone specifically and how Harry feels about Taylor writing songs about him. Harry answered: "We always say that we write from personal experience and I think everyone does. So it would be hypocritical of us to be like 'Oh, you can't write songs.' And she's really good so they're good songs. So I'm lucky in that sense."

Classy.

While it's been rumored that Harry wrote a song for Alex & Sierra called "I Love You" and another with Gavin DeGraw called "Not Our Fault," there's also speculation that songs on One Direction's new album could be about Taylor, including "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" about a love that slipped away and having regret over love lost.

And then there's "Stockholm Syndrome," which Harry joked is "about a nympho." We'll just let that one sit here, untouched.



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