New Taylor Swift song 'Gorgeous' drops with '80s and '90s inspiration

New Taylor Swift song 'Gorgeous' drops with '80s and '90s inspiration

New Taylor Swift song 'Gorgeous' drops with '80s and '90s inspiration

With an upbeat chorus about falling for a guy with "ocean blue eyes", we can't help but assume the song is about Swift's new beau, British actor Joe Alwyn (or perhaps ex-boyfriend Tom Hiddleston).

"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.

No doubt about it, Taylor Swift's new single "Gorgeous" is a love song.

"You're so gorgeous/ I can't say anything to your face/ 'Cause look at your face/ And I'm so furious/ At you for making me feel this way/ But what can I say?/ You're gorgeous", Taylor sings on the track. It follows Look What You Made Me Do and .Ready For It.

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The singer is gearing up to reveal a third taste of her Reputation LP, a song titled "Gorgeous". You should think about the effect of your magnetic field being a little too strong. And the segment of her audience that wasn't entirely down with the paranoid turn of "Look What You Made Me Do" will be enchanted to meet the lighter side of Swift again.

So fans immediately started wondering who "Gorgeous" would be about, and they've already come up with a logical answer: herself! In the past, Swift's references to eye color have been a veritable decoder ring to real-life lyrical assignations.

Gorgeous, in which Swift lusts after the man she can't get, sounds a lot like "Old Taylor".

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