It’s so funny how Treacherous’ secret message is ‘Won’t Stop Till It’s Over’ which is a line from Sweet Disposition by The Temper Trap, and automatically people link it to Jake because of All Too Well, even though the theme of Treacherous does not match any of the events of the Gyllenswift relationship, and the song itself was written in spring 2012 during/after the Haylor fling in April, with the same co-writer as ‘Come Back Be Here’ (which happens to be a song about Harry), and written consecutively in two days along with ‘Come Back Be Here’.

Then we get Harry tweeting Sweet Disposition song lyrics twice in April 2012 during the Haylor fling (April 6 and April 23),

Gets a tattoo of Sweet Disposition lyrics ‘Won’t stop till we surrender’ on 16 June 2012 (which he got the lyrics wrong, but still).

(Not a coincidence that the Treacherous secret message is ‘Won’t stop till it’s over, which is a line right before Harry’s tattoo lyrics ‘Won’t stop till we surrender’)

And Taylor calls the song as her favourite song in an interview in Oct 2012 (during the time when she was already dating Harry), Sure Taylor has liked the song since 2009 but it’s pretty telling that the song is still her favourite in 2012, which also happens to be Harry’s favourite song at the time as well.

Then Taylor approached The Temper Trap at the 2012 ARIAs to get the correct lyrics for Harry’s birthday, which is further proof that the song is significant to their relationship.

At this point we can safely argue that Sweet Disposition has become more of a Haylor thing than a Gyllenswift thing, yet people still scoff at us when we say the song is possibly about Harry…. *rolls eyes* Treacherous being about Harry is just as valid an interpretation as it is being about Jake or John.

Sweet disposition
Never too soon
Oh, reckless abandon
Like no one’s watching you.
—  Sweet Disposition - The Temper Trap.