Taylor Swift Writes About Her Life, Loves, Lautner & Lack Of Boobs!

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Saturday, 16 October 2010


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Singer Taylor Swift told reporters yesterday in Nashville, where she is recording her latest album, that all the songs she writes are about her own life, loves and lack of boobs.

"In fact, that's the name of my new album, "Life, Love, Lautner & Lack Of Boobs", she told the Daily Blabbermouth. Then giggled.

"I have no trouble writing songs because I lead an interesting life. Sometimes I screw up, sometimes I do it just right. Either way, there's a song for it."

In an earlier statement Swift had lamented the fact that she had treated some guy really bad over a big misunderstanding and that she was sorry.

"Since I haven't been able to contact him personally, I hope he'll like "No Boobs But Me!" and give me a call.

Also on the new album are "Be Bop Badoinkies", "Calling Me Bee-Stings (Love Hurts)", "Thieves, Robbers But Still No Dinglebobbers" and a remake of Dean Martin's old classic, "Mammaries Are Made Of These".

Taylor's manager then asked us to move along.

"The young lady has some practice and recording to do." Then to Taylor, "I've blocked all those spam offers of pumps and stuff. Looks like it's plastic surgery or nothing. Well..not nothing..but near enough."

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