Does Taylor Swift’s New Album Take Shots At Joe Alwyn & Paul Mescal? The Evidence Is Hot

Some Swifties are already connecting potential tracks on “The Tortured Poets Department” with speculation surrounding Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn’s relationship. On TikTok, @theabbymurphy shared a video positing the new album will showcase Taylor’s “jilted bride era.” Swift’s white dress for the Grammys was reminiscent of a wedding dress, and the lyrics to Swift’s “You’re Losing Me” include the gutting line, “I wouldn’t marry me either.” Murphy continued that the “All’s fair in love and poetry” quote from the album announcement on Instagram could be “a warning” of sorts to Joe Alwyn (whom it’s believed “You’re Losing Me” is about). Many commenters agreed with Murphy’s assessment, because of the “Tortured Man” group chat anecdote. 

Swift’s social media album announcement includes an excerpt of potential lyrics: “And so I enter into evidence / My tarnished coat of arms / My muses, acquired like bruises / My talismans and charms / The tick, tick, tick of love bombs / My veins of pitch black ink.” Swifties are certain the songs on the upcoming album will elaborate on Swift and Alwyn’s relationship — and its eventual breakdown. A Swiftie on X quipped, “Joe Alwyn entering witness protection on April 19th” with a reaction image of Sarah Paulson hiding under a table. 

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