"Call it what you want" is a slow number unlike the previous releases of the album and fans have been speculating a lot about the lyrics.
You may recall that fateful night in November 2014, a mere two weeks after gracing the world with 1989, when Taylor attended a New York Knicks basketball game with a few friends.
She also premiered the accompanying lyric video. "Call It What You Want" is a melodic ballad that will have you feeling like you're falling head over heels all over again.
"My baby's fit like a daydream", she sings in the song's chorus.
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And in "Call It What You Want", Swift appears to reference those lyrics: "You don't need to save me ..."
But just as you start readying your eyes and ears for some epic shade, the song reveals itself for what it really is: An ode to Swift's boyfriend of one whole year Joe Alwyn. She built a castle made of "bricks" thrown at her in "New Romantics"-but she says it's now destroyed in "Call It What You Want".
"Pre-order 'reputation" from the Official Taylor Swift-UK & Ireland store and you will get a unique code that grants you exclusive access to the forthcoming pre-sales for the UK and Ireland 2018 concert dates! "I brought a knife to a gunfight, they took the crown but it's alright". However, she claims in the song that she is doing better now than she ever was.