Selena Gomez (WireImage)Taylor Swift, you have taught your BFF well!
The catchy chorus goes like this:
“Our love was made to rule the world/You came and broke the perfect girl/ You left wanting what we were/ Our love was made to rule the world."
A few other lyrics that suggest the single is about the "Boyfriend" singer:
“Forget forever/Forget you ever knew my name," and …
"I know we can't pretend that we were never lovers in the end/I've tried to tell myself that this pain would go away/Just go away."
Bieber, 19, made the first music move post-split. In January, he dropped the single "Nothing Like Us" which seemed to be referencing his and Gomez's breakup.
“I gave you everything baby/everything I had to give/girl why would you push me away?” crooned Bieber. He also made a little dig about Gomez's reported partying.
Unfortunately, lyrical karma may have caught up with Bieber. While in London he experienced a dramatic few weeks over in the U.K.
He may or may not have gotten kicked out of a club, in addition to attacking the paparazzi, fainting on stage, and cancelling a concert.
Sounds a lot like something Gomez's fictional character in her upcoming film "Spring Breakers" would do.
Which breakup song do you prefer?
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