Harry Styles' Tattoo Blunder: Did Taylor Swift Try to Prove Him Wrong?

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While we could spend most of the week trying to count up and decipher all of Harry Styles' tattoos, here's an interesting report on a possible tattoo oops. Turns out, Harry got the wrong song lyrics inked on his arm.

When Taylor Swift and Harry were dating, it appears she may have tried to prove to Harry that he had the lyrical phrase all wrong.

The Australian band The Temper Trap recently explained how Harry had the wrong lyrics to one of their songs on his arm – and Taylor tracked them down at the 2012 ARIA Awards to get the words in writing.

Frontman Dougy Mandagi told Pedestrian TV (via Daily Mail) recently: "Harry Styles has got the wrong lyrics tattooed - he's got like a portion of the pre-chorus of "Sweet Disposition"...but it's wrong."

Harry's tattoo reads "won't stop 'till we surrender" instead of "won't stop to surrender."

Dougy retold the story, saying, "She [Taylor] goes 'Ahh it's my boyfriend's birthday soon I wanna give him a present - here's a piece of paper, can you please write down the lyrics to Sweet Disposition, sign it, I wanna give it to him.'"

He continued, "'So I had this dilemma in my mind at that point - 'do I write the wrong lyrics? Do I write the right lyrics?'" Ultimately, he decided to write the correct song lyrics down, with drummer Toby Dundas adding, "And they broke up soon after."

Theories run the gamut – some believe Taylor wanted to prove Harry wrong, others believe it was just a thoughtful present. Many are certain that Harry purposely changed the lyrics to something more personal.

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