Taylor Swift tweeted Thursday that she’s returned to the studio, presumably to record more music.
“Back in the studio. Uh oh…” she wrote Thursday afternoon.
The tweet was especially ominous — well, if you’re Harry Styles, anyway — as it came on the heels of Swift’s breakup from the Mick Jagger-esque member of One Direction.
Of course, as any fan of Swift will know, many of her biggest songs were inspired by her past relationships — especially her most-famous ones. (We’re looking at you, John Mayer!)
So does this mean that her split from Styles has her wanting to record again, so soon after her latest CD, “Red,” hits shelves?
It’s very possible.
So, just in case you’re out there reading this, Swift, we’ve come up with a list of seven song titles you may want to use for whatever it is you’re recording.
Check them out, below, readers, then share your ideas in the comments.
“Out of Style”
Sure, the title’s a little obvious — but then again, so was ‘Dear John.’
Again, obvious title. But c’mon, everyone knows Taylor’s songs are about her ex-boyfriends.
“London Called (And I Hung Up)”
Nothing quite helps you get over a breakup than a female-empowering anthem.
“It’s Not You, It’s Me?”
Seriously, who is to blame for all of Swift’s failed relationships? This song could explore just that.
Because she probably wishes she was a bit older and settled down and all that stuff now.
Taylor spends a lot of time writing about her exes — so why not focus on herself, instead?
“On My Own”
Rumor has it, Taylor was up for the part of Eponine in ‘Les Miserables.’ Now would be the perfect time to record a cover of the role’s big number.