LISTEN: Taylor Swift Releases "Call It What You Want" & It May Be Her Best Love Song EVER

November 3, 2017

USA Today

The old Taylor Swift may have been pronounced “dead,” but after hearing her latest release… we think she’s alive and doing VERY well. Taylor may have just released the best love song of her career. 

The 27-year-old mega star released “Call It What You Want” overnight, and it sort of feels like a follow-up to 2008’s smash hit song, “Love Story.”

Once again, we find ourselves falling in love as we listen to a romantic ballad from the 27-year-old pop star. Seriously, we’re not kidding. Here's the lyric video:

“Bridges burn, I never learn, at least I did one thing right,” she sings during the songs second verse.

The song’s chorus makes us fall in love all over again too.

“My baby's fly like a jet stream / High above the whole scene / Loves me like I'm brand new / So call it what you want, yeah, call it what you want to,” she sings.

You did it, Taylor. Of course, we’re assuming this song is about her boyfriend, British actor Joe Alwyn. The pair have been together for about a year now, and according to multiple sources, Taylor is VERY much in love.

Can’t get enough of T-Swizzle? Don’t’ worry. There will be plenty to go around in the coming weeks.

Taylor is expected to release ANOTHER new song on Thursday night (November 9) during ABC’s episode of Scandal.

Reputation, which is her sixth studio album (featuring “Look What You Made Me Do,” “…Ready For It,” “Gorgeous,” AND “Call It What You Want”) drops a week from today (November 10).

The pop star will also perform as the musical guest during NBC’s Saturday Night Live the next day on November 11.