Harry Styles' Comments About Taylor Swift's Songs Are Classy As F---

Harry tells us what he thinks about 'Out of the Woods.'

Unlike Carly Simon's "You're So Vain," it's no secret -- Taylor Swift wrote a bit of her recently released album, 1989, about One Direction's Harry Styles. The author of Taylor's Rolling Stone profile made it clear that she used their relationship to fuel her fifth album -- most specifically "Out of the Woods." But we want to know: What does Mr. Styles think about all this?

Related: A Timeline Of Harry Styles And Taylor Swift's Relationship.

During a Google Hangout with fans on Sunday (November 9), director friend Ben Winston asked Harry what it's like to be sung about. And while, admittedly, I was waiting for an awkward silence or witty dis, he was cool about the whole thing.

"We write from personal experience, and I think everyone does, so it would be hypocritical of us to be like, ‘Oh you can’t write about us,'" Styles said. "And they’re really good. They’re good songs. So I’m really lucky in that sense."

You hear that? Harry says he's "lucky" that Taylor writes about him. Now that's class.