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Taylor Swift, Harry Styles Song: One Direction Fan Pens 'The Haylor Song' About Inevitable Breakup (VIDEO)

12/05/2012 12:18 pm ET

Taylor Swift is reportedly dating Harry Styles of the British boy band One Direction, much to the disappointment and outrage of many of his fans.

Swift is known for her quick romances that seem to leave her heartbroken but filled with inspiration for her next hit single. The 22-year-old singer knows how to play the victim card well by now, but fans of the 18-year-old boy bander are worried that it's Swift who is going to break his heart.

"Haylor's" breakup seems inevitable to just about everyone, and One Direction fan girl, Ashley Frangipane has written a parody of Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" called "The Haylor Song."

The hilarious tune is gaining quite a bit of buzz among 1D fans, and though we agree that it's only a matter of time until they break up, we're particularly amused by Frangipane's self-awareness as a super fan: In the lyrics she admits that fans might hate anyone Styles is dating.

"And the saddest fear, comes creeping in/That we'd be pissed off, if he loved anyone, or anything. Yeah yeah yeah," she wails in the song.

Frangipane's song is an example of one of the healthier ways a One Direction fan can express outrage over the "Haylor" romance.

Since news of the rumored romance broke, Swift has received death threats from Styles' fans. In addition, rapper Eminem's 16-year-old daughter, Hailie Scott Mathers, took to Twitter to slam Swift for dating the singer, whom she called the "the love of [her] life."

"Dear @taylorswift13, please stop whoring around with every guy you see. We all know you're only doing it so you can make another album," Mathers wrote.

The rumored couple were reportedly introduced by Justin Bieber at the Nickelodeon Teen Choice Awards in March.

It's also rumored that they dated briefly following their first encounter and Swift penned the dubstep-inspired track "I Knew You Were Trouble" about Styles, who has a bit of a reputation for being a womanizer. We have to say, we're still holding firm on our theory that the song was written about John Mayer, but hey, anything is possible.

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