Taylor Swift Says "Two Headlights" About Jakob Dylan

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Saturday, 30 October 2010


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"Two Headlights!"

Taylor Swift says that her song, "Two Headlights" is as real as all her other songs and has nothing to do with her lack of boobs but is a tribute to Jakob and Bob Dylan whom she admires.

"I've loved Jakob Dylan's singing for a long time. He has this great voice and he keeps his private life to himself, except in songs and that's what I do", Taylor told the West Coast Post. "I guess he gets that from his own father, Bob Dylan."

Is she a fan of the senior Dylan too?

"I'm afraid I missed that generation. But, if I had been born back then, I'm sure he would have been. Let's say I'm a fan of his life. Like Jakob was one of four children and now Jakob has four children, but no one knows their names. They go their own ways."

What does that mean?

"It means that Bob Dylan never let anyone put him in a box. When they started to do that, he'd switch to another music. Like from folk, folk-rock, rock, blues, country, Christian, rockabilly. Never explained himself. Now I hear he's doing art shows, that's amazing. He also won a Pulitzer Prize for 'Chronicles One'."

Swift then left, but her rep came over. "Taylor has some work to do. Let's see, she's not dating John Mayer, Joe Jonas nor Taylor Lautner. Yes she does have small boobs for a girl but big ones if she were a guy. She doesn't always take her family's advice and she's doing some more crossover work with rock groups like she did with Def Leopard!. Yes she's heard the joke about the lady showing her boobs to ask what she needed at the bra shop and the lady waiting on her handed her some Clearasil. That's all I got! Good day gentlemen."

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