Lack of party invites made Taylor Swift pen songs

Singer Taylor Swift, known for penning songs based on her romantic relationships, reveals that she started writing songs because she wasn’t 'invited to parties' and 'noticed' by the guy she liked.

hidden February 10, 2014 11:57:10 IST
Lack of party invites made Taylor Swift pen songs

Los Angeles: Singer Taylor Swift, known for penning songs based on her romantic relationships, reveals that she started writing songs because she wasn’t "invited to parties" and "noticed" by the guy she liked.

While chatting on her Red UK tour, Swift also said she wasn't noticed by men whom she liked, reports dailystar.co.uk.

Lack of party invites made Taylor Swift pen songs

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"I started writing songs because I wasn’t invited to parties and sleep-overs. I wasn’t noticed by the guy I like," she said.

"Writing songs has taught me a lot. One of the hardest lessons to learn in life is there’s sometimes nothing you can do to make someone like you if they don’t. It’s okay to let that go," she added.

Swift has had high profile relationships with celebrities like Taylor Lautner and One Direction's Harry Styles in the past.

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