Swift interviewed Boyd, a muse for George Harrison and Eric Clapton, for ’Harper’s Bazaar.’
In two very different ways, Taylor Swift and Pattie Boyd have left their mark indelibly on popular music. While Swift is, of course, the biggest pop star of her generation, Boyd is an all-time great muse: She was married to George Harrison and then Eric Clapton, and she inspired The Beatles’ “Something” as well as Clapton’s hits “Layla” and “Wonderful Tonight.” Swift recently interviewed Boyd for Harper’s Bazaar, which yielded a fascinating conversation about songwriting, Clapton, The Beatles, and more.
In the piece, Swift tells Boyd about the “mystical, magical moments” during songwriting when a song just pops into your head:
Boyd also had some advice for Swift, reminding her that there are no constants in the world:
Read the full conversation here .