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30 Songs That Actually Aren’t About Random People, But Very Particular Celebrities

30 Songs That Actually Aren’t About Random People, But Very Particular Celebrities

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#1 Singer John Legend Wrote And Dedicated The Track "All Of Me" To Wife Chrissy Teigen

#2 Phil Collins's Song "You’ll Be In My Heart," Which He Wrote For The Movie Tarzan, Was Actually Meant For His Daughter Lily Collins And He Referred To Her Throughout The Track

#3 It Turns Out, Lily Allen's "F**k You" Was Written About The Former Us President George W. Bush

#4 Coldplay's Lead Singer Chris Martin Wrote "Fix You" For His Wife At The Time, Gwyneth Paltrow, After Her Father Died

#5 Christina Aguilera Wrote "Can't Hold Us Down" As A Response To Eminem's Negative Comments About Her

#6 Pink And The Indigo Girls Wrote A Song Called "Dear Mr. President" Which Was A Message To George W. Bush While He Was In Office. The Song Criticised His Position On Homelessness, Lgbtq Rights, And The Iraq War

#7 Katy Perry Said That Her Single "I Kissed A Girl" Was Inspired By Scarlett Johansson

#8 Bon Iver's Song "Perth" Was A Tribute To Heath Ledger After He Died In 2008. Heath, Who Was Born In Perth, Australia, Was The Best Friend Of Lead Singer Justin Vernon

#9 Justin Timberlake Wrote "Cry Me A River" After Breaking Up With Britney Spears

#10 Not Many Know That Nirvana's Legendary Song "Heart-Shaped Box" Is About Courtney Love And... Her Vagina

#11 While Katy Perry Was Dating The Lead Singer From Gym Class Heroes Named Travie Mccoy, He Wrote Her The Famous "Cupid’s Chokehold"

#12 "Ms. Jackson" By Outkast Was An Apology To Erykah Badu And Her Mother After Badu And Andre 3000 Broke Up

#13 "Something" By The Beatles, "Layla" By Derek And The Dominoes, And "Wonderful Tonight" By Eric Clapton Were Written About Model Pattie Boyd

#14 "Colors" By Halsey Was About Her Ex-Boyfriend Matty Healy, The Lead Singer Of The 1975

#15 Fans Believe That Taylor Swift Wrote "I Knew You Were Trouble" With Her Ex-Boyfriend Harry Styles In Mind

#16 A Verse In Carly Simon's "You're So Vain" Is About Warren Beatty

#17 After Jay-Z And Alicia Keys Released "Empire State Of Mind," Katy Perry Wrote "California Gurls" Because She Wanted There To Be A Song To Represent California

#18 Ed Sheeran Wrote "Don't" After Ellie Goulding Cheated On Him With Niall From One Direction

#19 The Weeknd Was Going Through A Painful Breakup With Selena Gomez When He Wrote "Call Out My Name"

#20 "Killing Me Softly" By Norman Gimbel Was Inspired By A Young Singer Named Lori Lieberman Who Had Seen Don Mclean Perform And Told Gimbel That It Was An Intensely Moving Experience. So In Essence, It's About Don Mclean

#21 After Miley Cyrus Got Engaged To Liam Hemsworth, Her Ex Nick Jonas Wrote Her A Song Called "Wedding Bells"

#22 "Madness" By Muse Is About Matt Bellamy's (The Lead Singer) Relationship With Kate Hudson. It Was Inspired By A Fight They Had

#23 Florence Welch From Florence + The Machine Wrote A Song "Patricia" For The Singer Patti Smith

#24 Justin Bieber Wrote "What Do You Mean" About His On-Again Off-Again Relationship With Selena Gomez

#25 "Dear John" By Taylor Swift Is About Her Ex, John Mayer. Mayer's Song "Paper Doll" Was Allegedly His Rebuttal

#26 Sex On Fire Lily Aldridge, The Victoria's Secret Angel Who Is Married To Kings Of Leon Lead Singer, Caleb Followill, Is Said To Have Inspired The Band's Track Sex On Fire

#27 "Cinderella" By Mac Miller, A Song That Has Lyrics About Very Intimate Bedroom Moments, Is About Ariana Grande

#28 "Circle The Drain" By Katy Perry Was About Travie Mccoy's Drug Addiction

#29 While We Can All Agree That Hollaback Girl Is A Total Tune, It's Safe To Say That Its Origins Are Well And Truly Rooted In Famous Feuding. Dissing Gwen In An Interview With Seventeen Magazine, Courtney Said: "Being Famous Is Just Like Being In High School. But I'm Not Interested In Being The Cheerleader. I'm Not Interested In Being Gwen Stefani. She's The Cheerleader, And I'm Out In The Smoker Shed."

#30 And "You're Never Over" By Eminem Was A Tribute To His Friend, The Rapper Proof. Proof Was Shot And Killed In 2006

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