Fans Think They Found Taylor Swift’s Reputation Song Titles in New Video
Don’t try to get anything else done today — Taylor Swift‘s “…Ready for It?” music video is all anyone can talk about! And we certainly don’t blame them.
Not only does the 27-year-old singer (potentially) pay tribute to past music videos, such as “Bad Blood,” “Blank Space” and “Out of the Woods,” but she may also be giving an inside look into her future songs. After all, the name of her third Reputation album single, “Gorgeous,” can be spotted written in graffiti in her new music video:
So you can bet that fans are analyzing the heck out of everything else sprayed onto the blonde beauty’s surroundings in the footage. If we’re to take the writings on the walls as the tracklist for Taylor Swift’s sixth studio album, here are the names of the talent’s upcoming tunes:
1. “89 91” — Of course, this may not be a song title at all. Some have theorized that it’s simply meant to be a nod to her and her boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, as she’s born in 1989 and he’s born in 1991.
2. “13” — Again, perhaps not a song title; 13 is her favorite number.
3. “This is Enough” — Now THIS we can see as a song title.
4. “I Love[s] You in Secret” — A lot of fans seem to think that “I Love You in Secret” (or “I Loves You in Secret,” since it looks like there’s an S after L-O-V-E) could be a name for a tune off Tay’s Reputation album as well. Seems right up Old Taylor’s alley, TBH.
5. “They’re Burning All the Witches” — How EPIC would this track be?!
6. “Year of the Snake” — Apparently, those symbols mean Year of the Snake, which 1989, Taylor’s birth year, falls under. Many thought the snakes in the “Look What You Made Me Do” music video were meant to be digs at Kim Kardashian because of… well, you know all the drama. Maybe this, too, could be another way to take aim at Kim K and Kanye West… or just a way to acknowledge the time T.Swift was born.
7. “Forever” — Song title? Lyric? Both?
8. “Future” — The MV for “…Ready for It” is pretty futuristic, so…
9. “Love” — You KNOW that word’s gonna be used a million times throughout the upcoming album.
The answer is no, BTW — we were certainly NOT ready for it.