Published: Sun, August 18, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Listen to Taylor Swift's new single "Lover" on Apple Music

Listen to Taylor Swift's new single

Taylor puts a lot of thought into the lyrics in her songs and the tracks on her albums, so fans will be working hard to uncover the hidden meanings in them. " and "I've loved you three summers now, honey, but I want 'em all", there's no room left for doubt: Swift has found love, and she's ready to share it with the world".

"Lover" is a seventh studio album by the lyricist and singer, Taylor Swift.

Swift told Vogue for its September issue that the song, which is co-produced by Jack Antonoff, features one of her favorite bridges, adding, "I love a bridge, and I was really able to go to Bridge City". Swift's latest release is rather slow and more of a romantic melody which makes it a standout from her earlier releases including You Need to Calm Down and ME!.

Most fans applauded Swift's ability to capture a pure feeling in the song, while others became inquisitive into Swift's relationship with Alwyn. The bridge sounds similar to attractive wedding vows made to your partner. Or had your music taste disparaged by an ex-boyfriend and reflected on the words of the woman herself: "go listen to some indie record that's much cooler than mine" and felt a bit better?

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The single, "Lover", is the title track off Swift's upcoming album, which is to be released on August 23. Though we're not sure if Cyrus released the song in honour of the breakup or if it was pre-planned, the lyrics have fans convinced she's singing about the dissolution of her marriage.

Rumors recently surfaced that Alwyn and Swift could be engaged because of a line in the song "My heart has been borrowed, and yours has been blue", which could be a classic wedding reference.

She describes it as a "new beginning" and "a love letter to love, in all of its maddening, passionate, exciting, enchanting, horrific, tragic, wonderful glory".

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