Like most normal 22-year-olds, One Direction’s Harry Styles quoted those famous Taylor Swift lyrics to mark his birthday on Monday.
In “Style,” (which is probably named after Harry, let’s be honest), Swift sings:
Midnight, you come and pick me up / No headlights / Long drive, could end in burning flames or paradise / Fade into view, it’s been a while since I have even heard from you / I should just tell you to leave cause I / Know exactly where it leads but I / Watch us go ’round and ’round each time
And in One Direction’s “Perfect,” the lyrics read:
If you like midnight driving with the windows down / And if you like going places we can’t even pronounce / If you like to do whatever you’ve been dreaming about / Baby, you’re perfect
So now that they’ve traded song lyrics, what does it mean (if/when) they trade TWEETS? Will Swift tweet back at Styles? Will Calvin Harris, Swift’s current, Twitter-active beau, chime in? Will Swift’s squad tweet their thoughts?
The songstress hasn’t tweeted since Jan. 13, so we’re just going to have to hold our breath and wait.
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