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Joe Alwyn, Matty Healy and Travis Kelce appear to be Taylor Swift’s latest inspirations

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Joe Alwyn, Matty Healy and Travis Kelce appear to be Taylor Swift’s latest inspirations

One thing about Taylor Swift is she will rip her own heart open and spill the blood in the form of her song lyrics.

 

 

From left, Joe Alwyn, Matty Healy and Travis Kelce

 

 

Welcome to “The Tortured Poets Department.” Her latest music continues Swift’s tradition of sharing insight about her feelings and relationships in her songs.

The double album seems to spill quite a bit of tea, and the Swifties can’t drink it fast enough.

Let’s take a look at a few of the songs and who her diehard-fan base has determined they are about.Healy was viewed as problematic by some Swifties because of past controversies. “But Daddy I Love Him” on the new album is thought to address that as it takes on the theme of being in a relationship that is met with disapproval by others.It’s a safer bet that this single is about Alwyn, a Brit who had Swift spending a good bit of time across the pond from her native US.

The song laments not only the loss of love, but also the loss of the seeming good times they had in the city she came to adore.

“Thinking how much sad did you think I had, did you think I had in me?/ Oh, the tragedy,” she sings. ”So long, London/You’ll find someone.”

Many see the new song as an extension to her single “London Boy,” featured on her 2019 “Lover” album, also believed to be about Alwyn.

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