Does Calvin Harris throw shade at ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift in his new track?

The Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris saga shows no sign of abating, even though the Blank Space singer has had a whole other romance since she split from the DJ.

The latest twist in the music stars’ tale comes as fans speculate that Calvin’s new track My Way is a major dig at Taylor.

The lyrics, repeated over and over again, state: “You were the one thing in my way.”

The words “two-faced” are also used in the typically upbeat dance track, which has been unveiled with an accompanying lyric video.

The lyrics go on: “I made my move and it was all about you. I feel so far removed. You are the one thing in my way.”

Calvin, 32, and Taylor, 26, were together for 15 months before they parted ways – and at first the split seemed amicable.

Taylor then made headlines by hooking up with Brit actor Tom Hiddleston just weeks later, embarking on a very high-profile romance that came to an end after three months.

It became a bit messy between Calvin and Taylor throughout her time with Tom, as Taylor then revealed herself as the writer of his catchy track This Is What You Came For, which features Rihanna.

Now fans of Calvin have gone wild on Twitter, suggesting that My Way is a massive dig at Taylor, who is known for writing songs about her past boyfriends.

And so the war continues…

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