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Calvin Harris Did A New Song Collab And Rumor Has It, It’s About You Know Who!


Finally! Calvin Harris is dropping that cheating song about Taylor Swift! And THESE are the scathing lyrics! Read them here!


Calvin Harris has been hard at work promoting his latest singles and making new ones! It’s probably because he IS a single himself, ever since he and Taylor Swift broke up. Well, Calvin’s got new music dropping on Friday and this just might be THE song we've been waiting for!

John Newman is the singer on the track, and it appears that Calvin Harris was the one who wrote it! Called “Olé,” TMZ reports that the new song is written from Tom Hiddleston’s point of view! It’s about Tom and Taylor hooking up while she’s still with Calvin.

The reported lyrics are CRAZY. “I see online that you begun to be a good girl and take trips with your boyfriend. Being attentive, continue to pretend…”

Apparently Calvin believes that Taylor DID cheat on him while they were still together, so another lyric goes, “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.” YIKES! That sounds like a two-timing rendezvous to me!

And the lyrics even hid Tom Hiddleston’s famous Loki character in the wording, a la Taylor Swift-style. “Low key you won’t tell none of your friends about me.” Sounds like Tom was hurt that Taylor was keeping him a secret!

Well they’re certainly not a secret anymore! They’ve been traveling all over the world and showing MAJOR amounts of PDA.

Calvin and John Newman also did a bit of traveling for the song! They’ve already shot the music video in Mexico, where they shared their cute smiles. The single life ain’t all bad!

John Newman shared a super short clip of the song and although it doesn’t feature any of the lyrics, the music sounds great! And we’ve only got one more day to wait to hear the entire song!

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