Taylor Swift Releases 4 New Tracks, Including Love Song About Joe Alwyn
Taylor Swift‘s building anticipation for her tour … releasing new songs, and while she’s known for breakup tunes, one of her new ones is a love song for her longtime boyfriend.
Taylor gave fans a “Taylor’s Version” re-recording of 3 songs — “Eyes Open,” “Safe & Sound” and “If This Was a Movie” — exactly at midnight … it’s kinda her thing now.
She also debuted “All the Girls You Loved Before,” which is an old outtake she decided was ready for the spotlight.
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‘All the Girls’ was originally considered for her 7th studio album, “Lover,” but ended up on the studio floor.
Swifties got a taste of the song, because it “leaked” last month on TikTok … now the whole track is out just in time for the start of Taylor’s Eras Tour, which kicks off tonight in Glendale, AZ.
In the love song, T-Swift puts all her feels out in the open and confesses her love for her boo Joe Alwyn.
In the chorus she sings, “Every dead-end street led you straight to me. Now, you’re all I need. I’m so thankful for all of the girls you’ve loved before and I love you more”.
Taylor and Joe have been linked since 2016, and while they’re not the couple that’s out on the scene all the time … they’ve pretty much been joined at the hip.
We’re guessing he’s a lock for a backstage pass in AZ tonight as the tour begins in the wake of all that Ticketmaster drama surrounding the presale — which led to actual Congressional hearings!
Yeah … Taylor, and her fans, are a big deal.