From her album "Reputation" to the romantic "Lover," Swifties have found lyrical references that suggest these songs are connected to Joe Alwyn.
Taylor Swift is known for pouring her heart out in her music, and her relationships often serve as inspiration for her songs. Her relationship with actor Joe Alwyn is no exception, and fans have been speculating about which of Swift's songs are about him. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the tracks that are believed to be inspired by her former flame.
In this upbeat track from her album "Reputation," Swift sings about being attracted to someone who is "gorgeous." While the lyrics don't explicitly mention Alwyn, fans have pointed out that the song's release coincided with the early stages of their relationship. "And I got a boyfriend, he's older than us / He's in the club doing I don't know what," Swift sings in the song, which some have interpreted as a reference to Alwyn's acting career.
On "Reputation," Swift also released "Dress," a sultry track that many believe is about her relationship with Alwyn. In the song, she sings, "Only bought this dress so you could take it off." Fans have also pointed to the line, "Flashback when you met me / Your buzzcut and my hair bleached," which may be a nod to Alwyn's short hair and Swift's platinum blonde look at the time.
"Call It What You Want"
The song "Call It What You Want" is another track from "Reputation" that fans believe is inspired by Swift's relationship with Alwyn. In the song, she sings about finding someone who loves her for who she is, flaws and all. "My baby's fit like a daydream / Walking with his head down / I'm the one he's walking to," she sings. The lyrics suggest a strong emotional connection, which fans believe is a reference to Swift and Alwyn's relationship.
Swift's album "Lover" features "London Boy," a song that pays tribute to Alwyn's hometown. In the track, she sings about the city's landmarks and mentions Alwyn by name. "You know I love a London boy / I enjoy walking Camden Market in the afternoon / He likes my American smile / Like a child when our eyes meet, darling, I fancy you," she sings.
On her most recent album "evermore," Swift released "Peace," a track that many believe is about her desire for a stable, long-lasting relationship with Alwyn. "All these people think love's for show / But I would die for you in secret / The devil's in the details, but you got a friend in me / Would it be enough if I could never give you peace?" she sings.
Taylor Swift has written several songs that are believed to be about her relationship with Joe Alwyn. From the sultry "Dress" to the romantic "Peace," these tracks offer insight into the ups and downs of their relationship. As always, Swift's lyrics are open to interpretation, but fans have enjoyed speculating about the inspiration behind her music.
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