And beyond songs like Gorgeous and Delicate that deliberately reference Alwyn, Swift spends the majority of Reputation lusting after, falling in love with and eventually pledging her loyalty to her new beau, the most time she's ever spent on a romantic upswing on one of her albums.
Since then, the Internet has had its hands full trying to decode all the possible hidden subtext behind Taylor Swift's new songs, and "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" is no exception.
Here, we've rounded up six sneaky references T.Swift could be making to Kanye with the song below. Swift is the first to acknowledge that the people listening to this record will never truly understand her whole story - or anyone else's, for that matter. The rest is pop culture history. She even chose not to host her annual Fourth of July bash in Rhode Island, much to the disappointment of the Swifties. "Trouble, trouble, trouble", Taylor Swift theatrically emphasized over the couple-years-too-late wobbles. Her adventurous sound is coupled with lyrics that are drunker and more sexual than ever - she even drops her first in-song swear with a "shit" in "I Did Something Bad". Both have talked about this incident repeatedly, but it all seemed hunky-dory when they were spotted talking at the Grammys.
'It was so nice being friends again, there I was giving you a second chance, ' she sings on track 13.
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The lines about friends not trying to trick you and phone calls mind-twisting you is surely a striking reference to the Snapchat video that went viral after Kim used it to clear her husband's name and throw Swift under the bus. Turns out, Look What You Made Me Do was a red herring, and West barely makes an appearance in the album's lyrics, save for one other song in which Swift laughing at the rapper as she dances on his grave. Instead of an array of songs potentially referencing different ex-lovers, the majority of Reputation is dedicated to a single subject, whom Swift is still (as far as fans know) happily dating.
Starting by describing life before someone rained on her parade, Swift sings about how "it was so nice throwing big parties/jump into the pool from the balcony". He's also had some public falling-outs with many of his friends in recent years, most notably, Jay Z.
Swift and Martin, without question, know what they're going for here: a song that harnesses the palette of the 2017 rap and R&B charts without losing Swift's pop essence, proof that Swift "gets it".