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Calvin Harris has beaten Taylor Swift at her own game, penning a new cheating song allegedly about his former pop superstar girlfriend.

Allegedly. Could be TOTAL coincidence … yeah, right.

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If you missed it, Calvin and Taylor broke up recently after almost a year and a half of dating. So like five years in Taylor Swift terms.

In any case, she was immediately caught kissing Tom Hiddleston.

Speculation as to whether Taylor dumped Calvin, Calvin dumped Taylor, or the pair simply drifted apart has run rampant in recent weeks.

Ditto speculation over whether Swift was cheating on Harris with Hiddleston prior to their split, which Calvin clearly believes is accurate.

There’s been plenty of talk that Swift cheated on Harris coming from his camp, and now, his latest track seems to confirm this opinion.

Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris on a Boat

Harris (above, right with Tay and Squad, before she replaced him with Tom and Squad, below, left) is clearly out for some kind of revenge.

He posted a photo of himself in Mexico last week with John Newman, the singer on the track and music video filmed south of the border.

It’s really happening, in other words – this isn’t just a rumor along the lines of Taylor’s fake relationship (though we sort of do buy that one).

The diss track, titled "Ole," is written from Tom’s vantage point.

Leaving little doubt that Calvin believes Taylor hooked up with Tom way before she broke up with him, one of the lyrics says:

"I see online that you begun to be a good girl and take trips with your boyfriend. Being attentive, continue to pretend …"

Not leaving much to interpretation there, is he? It continues:

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"You’ve hidden my name in your phone so you can call me to tell me you’ve been going through hell. Left him alone and booked a hotel." 

Then, subtly name-dropping Tom’s Thor character Loki:

"Low key you won’t tell none of your friends about me."

Interestingly, despite writing this song from his perspective, Calvin has no animosity towards Tom, according to sources close to him.

Tom is merely under Tay’s spell, like many before him.

If nothing else, Harris obviously understands that when you date Swift, the personal and professional lines are blurred like never before.

Might as well cash in while the getting’s good.