Los Angeles: Taylor Swift's '1989' will be out soon and the singer says the new album is different from her previous work.
Taylor Swift. Pic/Santa Banta
She has famously explored what she calls "crazy love" in her past work.
"Emotionally speaking, it's not a heartbreak record. My music is derived from what's happening in my personal life, and I haven't had my heart broken," the 24-year-old was quoted by people.com as saying.
"When I'm deeply hurt by something, I usually respond by writing exactly how I feel about it in a song, but I just haven't been devastated in the last couple of years," added the star, who has dated singers like Harry Styles and John Mayer.
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