Fans Think Taylor Swift Is Dragging Calvin Harris in "I Forgot That You Existed"


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  • Taylor Swift fans think her new song "I Forgot That You Existed" is about her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris.
  • Taylor just released her album Lover after it was leaked early.

    Kay so Taylor Swift's new album Lover just dropped after being leaked yesterday, and the time has come to *rolls up sleeves, takes deep breath* analyze her lyrics. Every song on this album is worthy of a deep dive, but fans are especially frenzied at "I Forgot That You Existed," which is clearly the shadiest item on the list based on the title alone.

    The song begins like so:

    "How many days did I spend thinking
    'Bout how you did me wrong, wrong, wrong?
    Lived in the shade you were throwing
    'Til all of my sunshine was gone, gone, gone
    And I couldn't get away from ya
    In my feelings more than Drake, so yeah
    Your name on my lips, tongue-tied
    Free rent, living in my mind"

    And honestly this could be about a million people who slighted Tay-Tay, but fans are convinced it's about her ex Calvin Harris:

    Of course some people think Taylor is having the last word in her ongoing feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West:

    And some are just confused:

    Honestly, either way let's just all agree that these lyrics are a shady mood:

    "I forgot that you existed
    And I thought that it would kill me, but it didn't
    And it was so nice
    So peaceful and quiet
    I forgot that you existed
    It isn't love, it isn't hate, it's just indifference
    I forgot that you."


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