Did Calvin Harris write a breakup song for his ex-Taylor Swift and her beau Tom Hiddleston?
Perhaps he meant it as favor to Taylor Swift who looks too preoccupied to write a breakup song. However, there might be more to the song than earlier reported. According to US Weekly, the supposed single “Ole” that features John Newman on vocals isn’t about Hiddleswift.
Apparently, Harris recorded the track long before the relationship of Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston hit the headlines. The publication cited insider information about “Ole.” As it turns out, the single is Newman’s song and only features the Scottish DJ. Hence, it’s not likely to be about Hiddleswift.
“People are just making assumptions to get attention for a song. There’s no way it could be about Tom. It has nothing to do with Tom and Taylor,” the insider insisted. Yet the lyrics would certainly make listeners curious about it. Supposedly, the song is from the viewpoint of Hiddleston as he talks about Swift’s relationship with Harris then.
I see online that you begun to be a good girl
and take trips with your boyfriend.
Being attentive, continue to pretend
… You’ve hidden my name in your phone
so you can call me to tell me
you’ve been going through hell.
Left him alone and you booked in a hotel.
Yet the line in the song that sings, “Low key, you won’t tell none of your friends about me,” might reference the “Thor 3” character of Tom Hiddleston. This play on words might make listeners think twice. Sources might refute the breakup song from Calvin Harris but Hollywood Life recalled his Twitter attack on ex-girlfriend Rita Ora in 2014. The DJ and singer dated for nearly a year from May 2013 to 2014.
However, Ora’s friendship with Justin Bieber then supposedly ended their relationship. Moreover, the events that followed their breakup indicated some bitterness between the couple. According to Ora, the DJ banned her from singing their single “I Will Never Let You Down” at the 2014 Teen Awards. Her claim didn’t sit well with Harris who took to Twitter with a lengthy and exacting response.
Listen to “Ole” here.