Taylor Swift: 'Songwriting Helps Me With Heartbreak'
Singer reveals penning songs about exes helps her to 'move on'...
Taylor Swift has revealed that writing songs about her ex-boyfriends helps her to move on after a break-up.
The country singer is renowned for penning tracks about her relationships, and says there is something "beautiful" about those who are heartbroken.
In an interview with Coffee Break, Taylor said: "I think when you're heartbroken you need music more than when you're not.
"There's something so beautiful about people who are heartbroken; they think about things more."
Swift - who confirmed that her single I Knew Your Were Trouble was about one-time BF Harry Styles - added: "Love is one of those things that's so simple, you only need to think about it when it's bad.
"When you write a song about what you're thinking... there's such a gratification and it helps you move on."
Previous songs such as Dear John and All Too Well were reported to have been about former flames John Mayer and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Taylor admitted earlier this year that she might be "single forever".