It could be good news for current alleged lover Harry Styles, because although Taylor Swift admits that her past hasn't been filled with the longest relationships, she's now said that she 'wants to learn how to make relationships last'.
The 22 year old has spoken out about her dating history in the latest issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, saying that although she has been linked to a whole host of super cute guys, she's well aware that her love affairs are short lived.
"[I don't know] how to make them last!" she revealed in the January edition of the magazine.
Adding, "I've never had a really long relationship, so I have no idea what that's like. Wish me luck for the future!"
She then continued to say that she 'doesn't have a type' when it comes to dating, even if there IS a rather striking resemblance between her ex boyfriend Conor Kennedy and current alleged beau Harry Styles.
"I really don't have any rules about dating when it comes to height, age, career choice, anything like that. It doesn't matter," she explained.
She continued, "It's really more about strength of character. When it comes to age I've been all over the map!"
Taylor's the January Cosmopolitan cover girl! (Photo: Cosmopolitan/Matt Jones)
Before, in true Swift style, opening up about the meanings behind those heart-felt tracks of hers.
"I think that idea of love I hope for is that you learn a lesson and you don't have to learn it twice," she said.
Adding, "But the song 'I Knew You Were Trouble' is about when I knowingly made the same mistake twice. I couldn't resist it - there's that temptation to push yourself into a risky situation with someone who is going to hurt you, and that's what that song is about: not trusting your own instincts and ignoring all the red flags."
Will Taylor be writing tracks about Harry anytime soon? What do we think?
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