Exclusive: Taylor Swift almost Added one more “Ever” to “Back Together” Chorus

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Pop star and current self-revisionist, Taylor Swift, held an exclusive interview with Iron E! reporter, Ima Noyeen, at her apartment in New York (Swift’s, not Ima’s) and we’re here to give you the inside scoop.

Apparently, back in 2011, when she collaborated with Max Martin and Shellback on her hit song, “We are Never Getting Back Together”, the lyrics weren’t as easy to write as people once thought.

“We went back and forth–when all three of us were writing this very personal song about my relationship Jake–and they were like, ‘How do you feel about him?’ and I was like, ‘We are never getting back together’ and they were like, ‘That’s gold–I mean, that’s good’…”

Ima, sensing there was more to the story, asked Taylor if there was more to the story.

“Then, in the middle of everything, Max just stops, looks me right in the face, and asks point blank, ‘Would you go so far as to say you will never, ever get back together?’ and I was like ‘Woah, that’s it’.”

“This is why I love working with Max and Shelly–you know, they get me.  And, if I can be honest, Ima, there was a moment where I almost said, ‘We need to add one more “ever” to the chorus, kind of like adding one more exclamation mark when you’re texting ‘OMG!'”

OMG!! that’s big news.  Follow Ima on her Twitter account for more updates.

*Ima Noyeen has been following Ms. Swift for quite some time now and has gained considerable recognition for her work.  Here is just a sample:

“T-Swift steps out of her apartment”

“Update: T-Swift is going back in to get something”

“False alarm, she just had to lock the door”

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