” and something about how she liked Chicago because it was cold enough for her to wear her favorite L. Hearing a story about a girl who got the upper hand felt revolutionary.
“Harvard” recounts the tale of an ex-boyfriend who dumps the narrator for an Ivy League girl; he uses the Harvard brand name to prove his new girl is better than the one he dumped.
She ends it with the biting "We might still be in love, if you were a better man/Better man." But there's plenty of lines that suggest it could be about Hiddleston, including "I know I'm probably better off all alone/Than needing a man who could change his mind/At any given minute/And it's always on your terms." Which could be alluding to the fact that Hiddleston and Swift did long distance while Hiddleston was shooting a movie in Australia. in October 2014, "It would take an astonishing human for me to even consider getting back into a relationship.
"I was only 17 and didn't really know much about anything - and certainly nothing much about relationships." While some artists have boasted that some of their most successful songs were written in a short space of time, it appears that Michael felt frustrated that a lyric he wrote as a teenager (while he was bored on the bus to work as a cinema usher) had achieved such worldwide acclaim.
Swift concedes in the chorus, "But I just miss you, and I just wish you were a better man"—which may be her way of acknowledging all of Harris' shade-throwing post-breakup (the "This Is What You Came For" Twitter rant, the Hiddleston-inspired song "Ole", the other probable Swift song "My Way", etc.).
Women in punk have a hard enough time, but being a stereotypically “girly” woman in punk is even harder.
Punk girls are So Tough, they wear leather jackets, they mosh with the boys.
”—and then hopped into the audience, tilted backward, and slashed at her guitar.
She jumped out of the pit, bounded across the stage (in no more than three hops, tops), and then leapt onto drummer Noah Bowman’s kit.