Here’s A Breakdown Of Taylor Swift’s Apparent References To Travis Kelce On “The Tortured Poets Department”

In the intro, for example, she sings about finding her lover in a crowd (something she and Travis are pretty used to, what with football games and concerts), as well as someone opening the car door for her (Swifties memorably lost it over Travis escorting Taylor from her car during a trip to NYC October).

The first verse also includes the line: “Are you gonna marry, kiss or kill me?,” which has been interpreted by many as a callback to a 2016 interview in which Travis played a game of “Kill, Marry, Kiss” — choosing to kiss Taylor.

And finally, the bridge appears to echo Travis’s public pursuit of her last summer, with Taylor signing: “You knew what you wanted, and, boy, you got her.”

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