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Is this the song about Taylor Swift, Harry?

Is this the song about Taylor Swift, Harry?

Clearly feeling uncomfortable, he mumbled to his representative: "Help me Jeffrey".

Piece hovering allowing it to show the full extent of his voice and especially his sensibility, "Sign of The Times" has a piano perfectly used and theatrics perfectly set up by the guitar and who undoubtedly think Queen and David Bowie.

Still, the British heartthrob isn't dishing out specifics for ANY of his songs.

In the short 30-second video, Harry is seen penning words for the unreleased song in his handy little notebook. The same white shirt could point to Harry and his ensemble.

The classic rock-inspired record has already won praise from critics, who have described it as "eclectic" and "intimately emotional". And while Ed Sheeran has just signed the first single from another One Direction, Harry Styles, Starts in some groovy notes on "Woman".

The first track, "Meet Me in the Hallway", and one of the album's strongest, starts off a little unusual. "Everything, workwise, that I'd done since I was 16 was made in a democracy".

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In a slightly more cynical review, Alexis said the album was far from Beatles level but credited the singer for his mature and soulful lyrics.

The blondie has officially taken the One Direction heartthrob off the market. Not totally telling, but also not too hard to figure out.

You can decide for yourself, but based off everything he's said - and not said - I think this song is definitely about Taylor. According to reports circulating since Monday, the 23-year old singer has been on a series of dates with "Naked Chef" blogger and celebrity Tess Ward.

In actuality, it was four years ago - so yeah, forever. I wanted to do something that sounds like me. Everyone that has met them has only had good things to say. The singer explained that this new album had a therapeutic effect on him.

It seems that he also managed to kick a fan in the head, as they claimed on Twitter - while another said that she was "crushed" during his impetuous moment of madness, although he did meet her afterwards to apologise.

"My favourite part about playing with this band is that I never really felt repressed, I never felt like I was faking it", he shared about playing with his own band.

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