Jake Gyllenhaal Should Probably Stay Off Twitter After Taylor Swift Dropped ‘All Too Well’ (10 Minute Version)

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Photo credit: NBC - Getty Images
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Sorry to this man, because Taylor Swift has officially released Red (Taylor’s Version), her re-recording of her hit 2012 album, and as any true Swiftie will tell you, this spells trouble for Swift's ex-boyfriend, actor Jake Gyllenhaal.

Many of the songs on Red, including the heartbreak track 'All Too Well,' are widely believed to be about Gyllenhaal, who Swift dated for three months in the fall of 2010. At the time, Gyllenhaal was months from turning 30 while Swift was about to be 21.

For years, Swift teased that she also wrote a 10-minute version of 'All Too Well,' and with the re-recorded album's release, she’s finally given that track to the fans. As expected, the lyrics are brutal, with Swift singing: 'And I was never good at telling jokes but the punch line goes / I'll get older but your lovers stay my age,' and 'But I’m in a new hell every time you double-cross my mind / You said if we had been closer in age maybe it would have been fine / And that made me want to die.'

Swift recently spoke on The Tonight Show about how the 10-minute version of 'All Too Well' was the track off Red (Taylor’s Version) that she was most excited for fans to finally hear.

'I was going through a bit of sad time,' she told Jimmy Fallon about writing the song. 'I was in band rehearsals for a tour that I was about to go out on called the Speak Now tour. I showed up for rehearsals, and I just was really upset and sad and everybody could tell—it was really not fun to be around me that day—and so I started playing guitar and just playing the same four chords over and over again. The band sort of joined in, and I started ad-libbing what I was going through and what I was feeling, and the song kept building and building and building in intensity, and the song just went for about 10 to 15 minutes of us doing this.'

Naturally, in response to finally hearing the track, fans did what they do best and completely roasted Gyllenhaal on Twitter. Below, some of the funniest reactions:

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