Taylor Swift has finally finished recording 'Fearless', one of the six albums that she will reissue to regain authorship of her songs. All this has her fans very excited and the truth is that it is no wonder.
In addition to getting excited again with his 2008 classics, we have been able to listen to some unreleased songs like 'You All Over Me' and 'Mr Perfectly Fine' that everyone is talking about because apparently they are dedicated to Joe Jonas.
The singer is usually inspired by her personal experiences (especially her love relationships) for her themes and of course these are not the only ones that contain a message for any of her 'crushes'. Do you remember 'Hey Stephen'? Well, we just remembered who he was.
'Hey Stephen' is one of the songs from 'Fearless' that Taylor Swift has re-recorded, and of course it also contains a message for someone very special, although in this case they never became a couple.
So, who is Stephen, the protagonist of one of Taylor Swift's 'new' songs? The above is Stephen Barker Liles, whose marching band, Love and Theft, went on tour with Taylor in 2008. The singer really liked this guy, but instead of telling him, she decided to write him a song.
"She told me about the song," Stephen told the Boot. "But she didn't say 'I wrote a good song about you,' so I just thought, 'What have I done?' Because he doesn't actually write a lot of nice songs about boys. So I was really relieved when it turned out to be a good song, and it's actually one of the most beautiful things that anyone has done for me," he added.
Throughout her entire career, Taylor Swift has written countless lyrics inspired by her love affairs. To give a few examples (although there are many more) 'Dear John' is dedicated to John Mayer (whom she only dated for a few months) and 'Back To December' to Taylor Lautner.