Taylor Swift has admitted that she prefers to sing about her personal life rather than openly talk about it in public.
The country singer appears on the The Jonathan Ross Show tonight and explains why she opens up about her love life through song.
She told Jonathan: "I would much rather my personal life be sung about."
"I think it sounds nicer that way, rather than me talking about it in some magazine article."
Taylor's recent hit 'We are Never getting back Together' documents the break up from a past boyfriend as do a handful of her other hits.
Needless to say, we'd never want to break up with Taylor Swift in fear of being the subject of her next hit.
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With this prominent theme running through her songs, Jonathan asks Taylor Swift if she worries that her material will dry up if her current relationship with Conor Kennedy turns out to have a happy ending.
Taylor admits: "Do I worry about that? I worry about everything. Name a topic, I worry about it."
The singer then goes all deep and emotional on Jonathan, explaining that she can be inspired by any type of emotion.
She explains: "I think there's no such thing as a simple emotion. I think you can be happy but there's always a complex undertone to that."
"What if you're scared you're going to lose it? That's a type of sadness that's a by-product of happiness."
"In every emotion you feel there are 80,000 different sub categories that you can turn into a simple emotion and make it three and a half minutes long and write a song about it."
Wow, Tay, that's some deep stuff there.
Watch the full interview on tonight's Jonathan Ross Show at 10.20pm on ITV1.