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Last week, singer-songwriter John Mayer surprised fans in Detroit by performing his 2009 hit "Half of My Heart". This song, originally a duet with Swift, is not often heard nowadays.
Swift's song is unmistakably about her relationship with her former flame. She wrote it after she took him to task for ruining their May-December romance, and it's perhaps her darkest entry yet into emotional territory.
John Mayer recently performed Taylor Swift's duet 'Half of My Heart' live and fans are in awe!
This song, originally released in 2010, marks their third collaboration between the two artists. They first met in 2009 and their relationship gained public visibility when they performed at Z100 Jingle Ball that same year; however, it appears that their connection ended soon afterward.
Since then, they've been on and off again. Although no longer an intimate couple, they still collaborate on music and hold each other in high regard.
On her latest album Midnights, Taylor Swift included a song entitled "Would've, Could've, Should've" that is believed to be about her relationship with John Mayer when she was 19. Additionally, another song from that same album entitled "Dear John" details their eventual separation.
On her Speak Now tour, it was reported that Swift was wearing the same dress she donned when John presented her with her Songwriters Award in 2009. However, the outfit and how she wore it were much deeper than usual for Swift.
Rumors swirl that the song is inspired by their encounter at the Songwriters Awards.
This song's lyrics are powerfully honest and expose Taylor's feelings toward John. They also demonstrate her admiration for him.
Taylor has written songs about her ex-boyfriend before, but this marks the first time she has used such a personal song to express herself about him. While her previous release "Dear John" detailed their breakup in an intimate way, this marks Taylor's first attempt at writing directly about John Mayer in a song.
Taylor confronts her former flame for making her cry and declares she "loved him so much" when they were together. It's an intensely personal song sure to bring everyone to tears.
Taylor confesses during her song that she was mistaken in believing her relationship with John Mayer was genuine love. Despite its brief duration, she felt deeply infatuated with him and wanted to keep it going forever.
She sings that she had "a love so big, it was an ocean." Her lyrics are straightforward and demonstrate that she feels just as hurt and angry as her former flame does. While she isn't defending their relationship, she still desires to get it off her chest.
This song has been described as "sad, yet powerful" by many fans. It also illustrates how many teenagers mistakenly believe they have found true love when in reality they end up getting hurt and angry.