I know requests are closed but could you possible do a little blurb where y/n is Harry's current gf and she gets a little jealous that Carolina is about someone else and Harry's wondering why she doesn't like the song cause every time he asked her about it she shuts down and they fight and h gets mad cause y/n is "hindering his creativity" and they fight but then make up? Thanks love id really appreciate it
I hated that I’d become this person. Jealousy was not in my repertoire. I knew the deal when I’d started dating Harry Styles. He was committed to his art. He wrote about experiences he’d had which could range from things he’d done to people he’d hung out with. I was lucky enough to become one of those experiences though he’d never written a song about it.
And maybe that’s where I was stuck.
We’d been dating for a year. I resisted him at first, I didn’t want the spotlight that came with dating someone like him. I’m not a girl who walks around in Gucci everywhere I go. In fact, most weekends I look homeless while I run around LA in workout clothes and not a stitch of makeup. But he’d persisted. And he’d finally won me over. A combination of his kindness and undeniable charm and I fell fast. He told me daily that I was the one who inspired him. I was his home.
But yet, he’d never written a song about me.
When he’d come home from Jamaica with new songs burning a hole in his pocket, I was almost as excited as he was to hear them. We’d been apart for two months with limited communication at his request. I understood, I didn’t get upset. But I also wouldn’t say it had been easy. Missing Harry, whether he was a thousand miles away or two miles away, was just part of my day now. It went with the territory.
And I was blown away. I was. The songs were other worldly. They were a perfect mix of every artist we listened to together. They were Harry. He gave me a little rundown of each song. What had inspired him, what parts he’d written versus the parts other people had written, how the arrangement came about. He knew I liked hearing about how the songs were built so he indulged me. Just one more reason why I loved him so much.
He saved Carolina for last. He said it was the song that got them out of their funk in the studio when they felt like everything they were coming up with was crap. I liked it. A lot. It was fun and infectious and the kind of song I’d enjoy blasting while driving down the highway.
However, when he launched into the explanation for the song, my love for it dwindled until it was gone.
And that’s where I was stuck.