Looks like Taylor Swift's back to singing about her boyfriends


Reputation is expected to release in November, this year.

Of course, T. Swift is known for writing her songs about specific people. "Producers Max Martin and Shellback have taken the track's musical bed in the same deep electro-throb direction of the two preceding singles released from the album, "Look What You Made Me Do" and "... Watch the "Gorgeous" lyric video below.

While a tiresome concept in the wrong popstar hands, Taylor gives it enough personality to make it a victor, getting nostalgic about "sunset and Vine" and remarking how she'll just "stumble on home to my cats" in a comically bleak bridge.

"You know, I was born with very blonde, curly hair, and a mixture of Scottish and english gEnes, and my complexion is very ruddy and healthy", he said at the time.

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As we all know, Taylor Swift gets what Taylor Swift wants. The effervescence of the chorus melody makes it clear that we're not to take too seriously any of this being bewitched, bothered, and bewildered. But hey, maybe third time's a charm? Then Swift gets Eurocentric and croons about the enduring appeal of "ocean-blue eyes".

Taylor Swift talks all about being lovestruck in her latest song "Gorgeous" - and Swifties can't help but think the pop star is talking about current boyfriend Joe Alwyn.

Swift kicks off the song with a reference to the subject's foreign accent.