1989: Taylor’s Model is lastly right here — with 5 vault tracks that take followers again in time to a weak level in Taylor Swift‘s life. The brand new songs from the re-recorded album launched October 27 look like all about Taylor’s breakup with Harry Types, which partially impressed her beloved pop album that got here out in 2014. A number of the unique 1989 tracks like “Type,” “Out of the Woods,” and “Wonderland” embrace nods to Taylor’s transient however memorable relationship with the previous One Path member that lasted for lower than a yr.

In her 5 new vault tracks, which had been all imagined to be launched with the remainder of 1989 9 years in the past, Taylor sings her coronary heart out about Harry and makes particular references to their breakup. Right here’s the complete breakdown of the vault tracks from 1989 (Taylor’s Model).


Taylor’s first vault monitor, “Slut,” feedback on the general public response to her life on the time that she got here out with the pop album. “But when I’m all dressed up / They may as nicely be lookin’ at us,” Taylor sings. “And in the event that they name me a slut / You realize it is likely to be price it for as soon as.”

“Slut” appears to be the sister tune to “Clean House,” which was one among her largest singles from 1989. In “Clean House,” Taylor says she’s a “rose backyard full of thorns,” and in “Slut,” she says she has “love thorns throughout this rose.”

Taylor additionally seems to carry up Harry in “Slut!”. She sings, “Everybody desires him, that was my crime / The flawed place on the proper time / And I break down, then he’s pullin’ me in / In a world of boys, he’s a gentleman.”

Say Don’t Go

Taylor’s second vault monitor, “Say Don’t Go,” was written by Taylor and Diane Warren. The tune is about one half of a pair who will not be prepared to surrender on the connection, even after experiencing heartbreak from their associate. Taylor appears to be speaking about Harry, who she cut up from the yr earlier than 1989 got here out.

“Why’d you need to lead me on? / Why you’d should twist the knife? / Stroll away and depart me bleeding,” Taylor sings. “Why’d you whisper at midnight? / Simply to depart me within the night time? / Now your silence has me screamin’, screamin’.”

Now That We Don’t Discuss

Taylor’s third vault monitor, “Now That We Don’t Talk,” was clearly written within the aftermath of her breakup from Harry. Taylor doesn’t maintain again within the lyrics as she embraces shifting on from the connection. She even offers a nod to Harry’s hair!

“You grew your hair lengthy / You bought new icons. And from the surface / It seems such as you’re tryin’ lives on,” Taylor sings. “I miss the previous methods / You didn’t have to vary / However I suppose I don’t have a say / Now that we don’t speak.”

Suburban Legends

Taylor’s fourth vault monitor, “Suburban Legends,” is about two lovers who’ve discovered nice success past their small city, however could not be capable to survive as a pair. Taylor imagines the couple going to their highschool reunion collectively within the tune

“Would shock the entire college / Once I ended up again at our class reunion / Walkin’ in with you,” Taylor sings. “You’d be greater than a chapter in my previous diaries /
With the pages ripped out / I’m standin’ in a Nineteen Fifties gymnasium / And I can nonetheless see you now.”

Is It Over Now?

Taylor’s fifth and closing vault monitor, “Is It Over Now?”, has the obvious references to her relationship with Harry. The lyrics point out the enduring 2013 picture of Taylor sitting alone on a ship within the Virgin Islands sporting a blue costume and black sun shades after the celebs broke up on trip. “Blue costume / On a ship / Your new lady / Is my clone,” she sings.

Taylor additionally makes use of the tune to name Harry a “mendacity traitor” out of anger over their cut up. “And did you assume I didn’t see you? / There have been flashin’ lights/ At the least I had the decency / To maintain my nights out of sight,” Taylor sings. “Solely rumors ’bout my hips and thighs /And my whispered sighs.”

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