The debut of new Taylor Swift music has led to the internet buzzing all day long, as “Look What You Made Me Do” was released from her new Reputation album. This is the first new album from Taylor since 1989 was released in October 2014. The reviews have been mixed, but the song lyrics have been causing quite a stir. Check out the first verse from Taylor Swift’s song “Look What You Made Me Do” below.
While we have to wait until November 10 for the full album, we did get the first single off the album and it seems like Swift is writing about a familiar topic: her haters. The rumors have been going around today regarding who was the inspiration behind this song. Is it Kimye? Or maybe the feud between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift continues with this diss track? We will never fully know, but maybe the full Taylor Swift album will give more details.
The official video to “Look What You Made Me Do” will debut Sunday night during the VMAs on MTV, which happen to be hosted by Katy Perry. This has started even more rumors, as people are saying that Perry and Swift will squash the feud and sing together to rekindle their friendship.
— Taylor Swift Updates (@1989TUpdates) August 25, 2017
While their friendship has been on the outs, Lena Dunham has remained a part of Taylor’s squad through it all. It doesn’t hurt that Dunham’s boyfriend, Jack Antonoff, wrote and produced the song with Taylor. She also happened to share a joke from her father on Twitter, as he gave a review of the new single.
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) August 25, 2017
Unfortunately, many of us mishear the lyrics to some of our favorite songs. That is why the official song lyrics to “Look What You Made Me Do” are needed. Taylor is definitely taking on her haters with this first single, but which hater specifically? Check out the first verse from the song’s lyrics and you take a guess. Check out the rest of the lyrics here.
I don’t like your little games
Don’t like your tilted stage
The role you made me play
Of the fool, no, I don’t like you
I don’t like your perfect crime
How you laugh when you lie
You said the gun was mine
Isn’t cool, no, I don’t like you”
Can a still photo be off beat? pic.twitter.com/ZtDlKdWMxW
— yc (@yc) August 25, 2017
Whether you are a Swiftie or not, any pop star that releases a song is going to have people that love it and people that hate it. Taylor Swift is no exception, but she is going to continue on with life and probably sell millions of copies of Reputation, so no loss for her.
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