These are all the feuds Taylor Swift references on 'Reputation'

These are all the feuds Taylor Swift references on 'Reputation'

Eventually, they officially reconciled at the 2015 VMAs, when Taylor presented 'Ye with his Video Vanguard Award and Kanye sent her flowers after the fact, which Swift shared on Instagram.

In the end, she leaves him too, escaping with the fortune and singing, "I put the money in a bag and stole the keys / That was the last time you ever saw me".

In her album Reputation, the superstar bashed both Kim K and her rapper hubby for betraying her publicly, but now, Tay went even further by writing a song all about her anger towards West, titled This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things.

The music video is even more obviously about the backlash, with different versions of herself from past music videos getting annihilated while the new Taylor tells someone over the phone that the Old Taylor is "dead". The "ocean blue eyes" Swift sings about on Gorgeous nearly certainly belong to Alwyn, a motif that repeats onDancing With Our Hands Tied ("Deep blue, but you painted me golden") and Delicate ("Oh damn, never seen that color blue"). "He says, "Don't throw away a good thing", but if he drops my name, then I owe him nothin", and if he spends my change, then he had it comin", have many thinking Taylor is speaking up after Calvin's purported references to Taylor in his post-breakup material. "/ Most fun I ever had / And I'll do it over and over and over again if I could".

The song is sung in autotune, one of Kanye's favorite musical styles.

There's still another five, but you get the idea.

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Since then, the Internet has had its hands full trying to decode all the possible hidden subtext behind Taylor Swift's new songs, and "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" is no exception.

"When this album comes out, gossip blogs will scour the lyrics for the men they can attribute to each song, as if the inspiration for music is as simple and basic as a paternity test", she wrote. "And therein lies the issues, friends don't try to trick you, get you on the phone and mind twist you" reads Taylor's lyrics, which is self-explanatory. Swift even asks at one point, "So why'd you have to rain on my whole parade?"

She opens the song by saying, "My castle crumbled over night / I brought a knife to a gun fight / They took the crown but it's all right", describing how her career took a big hit after Kim Kardashian exposed her on Snapchat. "But I'm not the only friend you've lost lately / If only you weren't so shady".

Cover art for Taylor Swift's upcoming album, "Reputation", expected November 10.

Taylor appears to address the infamous phone call that she had with Kanye about "Famous", which was later shared online via Kim Kardashian West's Snapchat with this widely shared line.

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