Taylor Swift fans think her heartbreaking new song is about split with Joe Alwyn
Diehard Swifties lose their minds over the superstar’s heartbreaking new song, You’re Losing Me, which she released as a special surprise on the deluxe album Midnights (Til Dawn Edition).
The song, which is being sold exclusively at Taylor’s concerts in New Jersey this weekend, has absolutely convinced her fans that she’s singing about former flame Joe Alwyn, 32.
Confess as ever, the 12-time Grammy winner, 33 — who is currently being romanced by Matt Healey — details the end of her relationship, bemoans whether or not the plug was pulled and hints at what brought the relationship to an end.
Taylor set up the waterworks with her bridge, singing, “I wouldn’t marry me either/ A pathological folk-pleaser/ Who only wanted you to see her.”
The first painful verse reads: ‘We thought a cure would come in time, now I’m afraid not. Now I just sit in the dark and wonder if it’s time.’
Tearjerker: Diehard Swifties lose their minds over the 33-year-old superstar’s heartbreaking new song, You’re Losing Me; Swift performed in Houston, Texas last month
Goodbye to Jo? Fans are convinced the song is about former flame Joe Alwyn, 32, and what led to their split with Taylor singing “I Wouldn’t Marry Me Either”; seen in 2020
Taylor fills the chorus with desperation, declaring, “I can’t find a heartbeat / My heart won’t beat again for you / ‘Cause you’re lost me.”
The song sent social media into an emotional tailspin, with Swiftie tweeting, “Taylor Swift just depressed me with a song about a relationship that isn’t even mine. Again.’
Another grief-stricken fan exclaimed, “I WAS JUST AWAKEN AND MY HEART CAN’T LISTEN TO YOU LOSING ME WTF.”
Multiple Swifties stated that they were “not okay” after listening to Taylor’s new song, which sparked a lot of passion.
One Swiftie tweeted, “Everyone saying they don’t like or get You’re Losing Me? How does it feel to be tasteless.’
Taylor and Joe’s six-year relationship came to an end last month, with sources favouring ET claiming that the Lavender Haze singer and the English actor had an amicable split that was “not dramatic.”
The pair have been romantically linked since 2016 and Taylor has regularly expressed her feelings for the British hunk, 32, in her songs over the years.
Joe even co-wrote music with Taylor under the pseudonym William Bowery on her last three albums: Folklore, Evermore, and Midnights.
Heart on her sleeve: Confessional as ever, the 12-time Grammy winner describes the end of her relationship, bemoaning whether she should finally pull the plug; Seen 2023
Confession: The first painful verse reads, ‘We thought a cure would come in time, now I fear it won’t. Now I just sit in the dark wondering if it’s time’; Seen 2023
Fan Response: The song sent social media on an emotional tailspin, with a Swiftie tweeting, “Taylor Swift just depressed me with a song about a relationship that isn’t even mine. Again’
Losing it: Another grief-stricken fan exclaimed, “I WAS JUST AWAKEN AND MY HEART CAN’T LISTEN TO YOU LOST ME WTF”
Devastation: The song devastated Swifties on social media
Not okay: Several Swifties declared they were ‘not okay’ after listening to Taylor’s new song, which sparked a lot of passion
Crying their eyes out: Heartbreaks abounded on Twitter
Acquired taste: A superfan asked haters what it felt like to be “tasteless.”
Losing her: Taylor and Joe’s six-year relationship came to an end last month, with sources for ET claiming the Lavender Haze singer and the English actor had an amicable split that was “undramatic”; the pair pictured in 2019
At the start of her record-breaking Eras tour last month in Glendale, Arizona, Taylor declared to 70,000 fans that she loves “teaching men how to apologize.”
“So kind of a recurring theme in my music is that I like explaining to men how to apologize. I just love it,” the iconic singer said, per images posted Twitter.
“It’s kind of my thing,” Taylor added. “I like to tell them step by step, “This is how easy it is to fix things if you just follow these simple steps that I lay out for you in a three-minute song.” I just like the idea of men apologizing.”
The pop megastar received thunderous applause and went on to describe the “unbearably autobiographical” nature of her albums, comparing them to “live-streamed public autopsies.”