Taylor Swift: 'No Idea If I'm Going To Get Married Or Be Single Forever'

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When it comes to marriage or being single - Taylor Swifts says her future is up in the air!

The 23-year-old singer opened up to Wonderland magazine's April/May 2013 issue, where she dished about the possibility of remaining single for the long haul.

"I've kind of realized that I have no idea where I'm going to be next year, or in six months, or in two months. I mean, I know where I'll be on tour in two months, but no idea where I'm going to be mentally, emotionally, dreams, goals, wishes, hopes," she told the mag.

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"I have no idea if I'm going to get married or be single forever or have a family or just be on my own. You know, paint in a cottage by the ocean by myself. I just have no idea and I'm kind of into that," she continued. "You can make a board for all the goals you want in your life with the pictures on it, and that's great, daydreaming is wonderful, but you can never plan your future."

Taylor, who often makes headlines for her romances and breakups as often as her music, says finding the right guy is about timing.

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"Relationships are like traffic lights. And I just have this theory that I can only exist in a relationship if it's a green light," she continued.

As for getting her heart broken, Taylor said it stirs up a range of emotion when she loses a love.

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"It's very complex; you're never feeling just sad. Maybe you wake up and you feel sad, and then you get angry, and then you feel like 'I'm fine', and then you feel confident, and then you feel a sense of doubt, and then you're insecure, and then there's jealousy, and then you're back to sad - and then you feel fine again," she told Wonderland.

-- Jesse Spero

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