Harry Style 'Two Ghost' Presumably Aimed To Taylor Swift, Former 1D Member New Album Release

By Lexina Gaskarth | May 11, 2017 12:22 PM EDT
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Harry Styles' new song "Two Ghost was allegedly written for Taylor Swift. Fans created a clamor in social media claiming that the former One Direction star's new upcoming track is about his short-lived romance with the Bad Blood singer. 

After the relationship of Styles and Swift ended all of a sudden, rumors emerged that the former country singer hit single "Style" was pertaining to his ex-boyfriend Harry Styles. Now, after Styles released a teaser clip filming the production process of his anticipated self-titled work, fans couldn't help pointing out the similarities of the two songs. 

In the clip, it includes a photo with a set of handwritten lyrics for Two Ghost. It is the last track in the album's record list. Fans easily decipher the lyrics: "Same lips red, same eyes blue. Same white shirt, couple more tattoos. But it's not you, and it's not me. Tastes so sweet looks so real,  Sounds like something I used to feel." Many assumed that what hinted the true meaning of the song is Swift's signature red lipstick, as reported by Elle

The Behind the Scene documentary contains a 30-second teaser of the song and a glimpse during the British singer's writing and recording process of the album. The album will contain 10 tracks and set to released on May 12 under Columbia Records, as reported by E! News. The documentary is an Apple Music promo which offers fans an inside look at the singer's album.

The same reaction was garnered from fans after Styles released her single "Ever Since New York." Many believed that it is the singer's response to Swift's "Welcome to New York'. But gossips completely died down after Harry debuted the song during a live performance and found out that the lyrics aren't that related. 

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