Taylor Swifts wrote 'All Too Well' about ex Jake Gyllenhaal for new album
Taylor Swift has reportedly written a song on her former boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal, which will feature in her new album 'Red'.
According to an insider, the 22 -year-old singer, who dated Gyllenhaal two years ago, asserted that her album- which includes the song "All Too Well" reflecting about their relationship, is very "adventurous," Us Weekly reported.
The singer asserted that writing for her song "All Too Well" was a tedious job.
" 'All Too Well' was the hardest to write because it took me a long time to filter through everything I wanted to say," Us magazine quoted Swift as telling in Good Morning America.
"It started out being a 10-minute song, which you can't put on an album. I had to filter it down to a story that could work in the form of a song," she said.
The singer, who is famous for writing songs on her past relationships, has reportedly written the track on her 2010 Thanksgiving outing with Gyllenhaal, in which she also opens about spending the holiday at his sister Maggie Gyllenhaal's home in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Apart from the Thanksgiving part, the singer also mentions about a mysterious black and white striped scarf both she and the 31-year-old wore during their courtship.
"Left my scarf there at your sister's house / And you still got it in your drawer," the newspaper quotes Swift's lyrics as saying.