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Taylor Swift - Glitch (Official Lyric Video)

Midnights (3 amEdition) gave us some queerness with "Glitch," a song that starts off like many queer relationships, as Swift sings "we were supposed to be just friends." She references "situation-ships" she's been in and compares her relationship to a "glitch," which could be a reference to her realizing her queerness. The best evidence for that? A later lyric in the song where she shares: "I'd go back to wanting / dudes who give nothing."

Taylor Swift - Glitch (Official Lyric Video)

From the moment the 32-year-old announced her new record, Swifties have been desperately hunting down clues and coming up with their own theories like Nancy Drew. Following the release, they've spotted some of the genius hidden Easter eggs from Miss Swift - including a TikTok glitch, lyrics weaved within part of her NYU commencement speech and how the star used her own outfits and make-up to tease music.

Back in September 2021, Swift posted a TikTok in conjunction with the release of "Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version)," but the video included an odd glitch effect in the middle of it. Was that a genuine issue with the video? Buddy, who do you think we're talking about, here?

In retrospect, this now appears to have been an Easter egg for the song "Glitch." Just in case you think it might be a coincidence, the Spotify Canvas for this song is the glitch effect from the TikTok video.

The music video for "Lavender Haze" appears to have a glitch at 2:43. As a refresher, "Glitch" is one of the songs off "Midnights". One fan even claims that Tay's doing a pose from Speak Now when the glitch occurs, further backing the theory that Taylor will re-release that "Speak Now" next.

In the "Lavender Haze" music video, Taylor's love interest is a weatherman. While she was watching him give the forecast, fans believed that she was trying to illustrate a lyric from "Karma," which is another track off "Midnights". Taylor sings Karma is the guy on the screen / Coming straight home to me" which seemingly appears to play out in "Lavender Haze."

The big reveal is one of many planned for the next week. Coming Friday is the first music video for the first single tied to the album, the track "Anti-Hero," which Swift previously described as a "guided tour" of her insecurities. The video will be released at 8 a.m. ET, followed by the official lyric videos for the album landing on YouTube at 8 p.m. ET. 041b061a72


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