Is Calvin Harris' New Song About His Split from Taylor Swift?

“Why wait to say?” Taylor's former beau ponders on his new track.

In addition to hitting the gym after his split from Taylor Swift, Calvin Harris might also be dealing with the break-up in the studio. On Friday, the Scottish DJ/producer released his new song, "My Way," and the lyrics may point to the very public split between the two musicians. Calvin doesn't say a lot on the uptempo break-up track, but what he does sing seems to be very candidly about someone.

“Why wait to say? At least I did it my way,” he sings. “Lie awake two faced, but in my heart I understand. I made my move, but it was all about you. Now I feel so far removed. You were the one thing in my way.” By the way, he repeats that last line many, many times in a row. Given that Calvin doesn't often sing on his tracks, this one feels extra personal (especially the "two-faced" line...).

Calvin has since spoken about the track, but didn't confirm any of the juicy details that spawned it. "[The] song's kind of about breaking out of a situation that you thought was a good thing. Then, you're way more comfortable out of it. And it could be anything. It could be a job, or it could be a relationship," he told iHeartRadio. "I had kind of the idea for the concept for a few years, but I didn't know how to work out how it sounded."

TayVin split back in June, and before long she was spotted out and about with Tom Hiddleston (before that relationship ended earlier this month). However the Calvin/Taylor split wasn't without its drama. Not long after they broke it off, Calvin headed to Twitter to call out Taylor — and her team — for revealing that she was a co-writer on his single "This Is What You Came For" featuring Rihanna after the duo had agreed to keep the collaboration quiet. He also seemed to confirm the long-standing rumor about Taylor and Katy Perry's feud.

It's only a matter of time before Taylor reveals her side of the story...

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