Taylor Swift Fans Think Boyfriend Joe Alwyn Secretly Co-Wrote Two Songs on New Folklore Album




Swift's new album was released on Friday and is the superstar's follow-up to Lover, which came out under a year ago in August 2019.

The album comes with a decidedly moody black-and-white aesthetic and features 16 tracks, with song titles like "Illicit Affairs," "Mad Woman," "The Last Great American Dynasty" and "Betty."

In the track "Invisible String," Swift seems to give fans a look into her relationship with her boyfriend, through lyrics such as “Bold was the waitress on our three-year trip / Getting lunch down by the Lakes,” in which the singer appears to reflect on the couple's trip for their third anniversary.

Swift also seems to reference Alwyn with the lyric, “Sixteen at the yogurt shop." In a 2019 interview with Red Magazine, the actor revealed that he used to work at a local frozen yogurt shop called Snog.

In another lyric, Swift sings, “Bad was the blood of the song in the cab,” which a Twitter fan linked to the artist's hit song, "Bad Blood," playing on the car's radio as Alwyn arrived in Los Angeles for his first Hollywood film role in 2015.

In her Thursday Instagram post, Swift also noted that she worked on the project in quarantine amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

"Before this year I probably would’ve overthought when to release this music at the 'perfect' time, but the times we’re living in keep reminding me that nothing is guaranteed," she wrote. "My gut is telling me that if you make something you love, you should just put it out into the world. That’s the side of uncertainty I can get on board with."

Swift also released a video for her first single, "Cardigan," and detailed to fans that she "put Easter eggs in the lyrics" and not just the music videos this time around.

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