Taylor Swift releases new version of song about Joe Jonas

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Taylor Swift (31) went back to the microphone to say ‘Mr. Perfectly Fine ‘- the song she wrote in 2008 after separating from Joe Jonas (31). Taylor is currently busy re-recording her music catalog after her old songs have been bought out and she no longer has any power to decide what to do with them.

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Accordingly, the new version of the old hit is also called ‘Mr. Perfectly Fine (Taylor’s Version) ‘. Joe Jonas had allegedly broken up with Taylor on his cell phone in 2008, which she took as an opportunity to attack him in a song. Among other things, she sings: “Hello, Mr. alright / How does your heart break after it breaks mine? / Mr. I-am-always-at-the-right-place-at-the-right-time, baby / Hello, Lord by the way-malicious / Mr. everything-revolves-around-you / I’ve been Mrs. Misery since you said goodbye / And everything is fine with you. ” Taylor published the new recording – with the old text – on Spotify and promoted it on social media.

This is how Joe Jonas’ wife reacts

The times have changed. Taylor and Joe now have new partners. But what does Joe Jonas ‘wife Sophie Turner say about’ Mr. Perfectly Fine ‘? Apparently she thinks it’s great, because she posted a Spotify link to the new release and went straight to her husband’s ex with a compliment: “It’s not NOT a hit @TaylorSwift.”

Taylor found that delightful, of course, and replied, cross-referencing Sophie’s role on HBO’s Game of Thrones, “I’ll go on my knees forever for the Queen of the North.”

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