Did Taylor Swift Write a Song On '1989' About Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's Relationship?

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Who says Taylor Swift only writes about her crazy relationships? There's talk that she penned a song on 1989 that was totally based off her BFF Selena Gomez's on-again off-again relationship with Justin Bieber. Can you guess which tune that is?

During a recent interview with Us Weekly, Tay revealed that her jam "How You Get the Girl" is about a couple that sounds a lot like Jelena.

"It's written for a guy who has broken up with his girlfriend, then wants her back after six months," she told them. "But it's not going to be as simple as sending a text like, 'Sup? Miss you.'"

We all know Justin and Selena have broken up a gazillion times over the past few years, even with a six month break in there, too. It also seems like she's been playing hard-to-get more, and is hesitating to get back into his life so fast. Could that song be about them? Kind of seems like it. Plus, who else says "sup" other than the Biebs? Really.

Tay also revealed to Us why she hasn't dated anyone since her big split from One Direction's Harry Styles. You can read about that, here.

Check out the lyrics to Tay's "How You Get the Girl" song below. Do you think it's about Justin and Sel?

Stand there like a ghost
Shaking from the rain, rain
She'll open up the door
And say, are you insane?
Say it's been a long six months
And you were too afraid to tell her what you want
And that's how it works
It's how you get the girl
And then you say

I want you for worse or for better
I would wait for ever and ever
Broke your heart, I'll put it back together
I would wait for ever and ever

And that's how it works
That's how you get the girl, girl, oh
And that's how it works
That's how you get the girl, girl

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