Lover – Taylor Swift | Title track “Lover” is full of lyrical parallels to past Taylor songs.

In the USA In the US, “Lover” reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, the third consecutive single Hot 100 top-10 of the album, top 10 in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore.

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“Lover” song by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift of the seventh album of the same name (2019). Swift wrote the song and co-produced it with Jack Antonoff. Republic Records, in association with Taylor Swift Productions, released it as the third single from the album on August 16, 2019. “Lover” is a retro-style country ballad, about devotion to the song; that several publications interpreted about their partner.

In the USA In the US, “Lover” reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, the third consecutive single Hot 100 top-10 of the album, top 10 in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore.

The music video “Lover” premiered on August 22, 2019, Swift performed the song at the MTV Video Music Awards 2019.

 

 

Lover seventh album by American singer and songwriter Taylor Swift. Released on August 23, 2019 by Republic Records. Executive producer, Swift worked with producers Jack Antonoff, Joel Little, Louis Bell, Frank Dukes and Sounwave on the album. Musically, it is a pop rock, electropop and synth-pop album that contains country influences, dream pop, bubblegum pop, funk and R&B.

Dixie Chicks and Brendon Urie of Panic collaborated! at the disco Preceded by three singles, the five best international singles “Me!” and “You Need to Calm Down,” and the main song, which reached the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.
Lover sold three million units equivalent to albums within its first week of release, and debuted at number one in countries such as Australia, Canada, Ireland, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.

 

Taylor Swift Emerges From the Darkness Unbroken on ‘Lover’

“Lover,” her reassuringly strong seventh album, is a palate cleanse, a recalibration and a reaffirmation of old strengths. It’s a transitional album designed to close one particularly bruised chapter and suggest ways to move forward — or in some cases, to return to how things once were. Once again, Swift’s concerns are largely interior: who to love, how to love, how to move on when love is gone.

 

On her seventh album, Taylor Swift is a little wiser and a lot more in love. Though uneven, Lover is a bright, fun album with great emotional honesty.
Pitchfork | Anna Gaca | 26 ago.

 

 

Her shows behind Lover begin in Europe next summer
Pitchfork | Michelle Kim | 16:30

 

Title track “Lover” is full of lyrical parallels to past Taylor songs. “And at every table, I’ll save you a seat, lover,” is a direct allusion to the following lyrics from “The Story Of Us” (2010) — “I used to know my place was a spot next to you / Now I’m searching the room for an empty seat.” Also in this song is the lyric, “I take this magnetic force of a man to be my lover,” which corresponds to “You should think about the consequence / Of your magnetic field being a little too strong” from the Reputation song “Gorgeous” (2017).
Teen Vogue | Condé Nast | 23 ago.

 

 

 

Taylor Swift’s seventh studio album is her first released under her new label Republic Records
PEOPLE.com | 23 ago.

 

 

Though Swift clearly intended to lead with a winning positivity—in a recent interview with The Guardian, she speaks at length about the toll that being seen as evil took on her mental health—Lover is still tethered to Taylor Swift, the public figure, and it isn’t necessarily the better for it. The album opens with the fizzy “I Forgot That You Existed,” where she sings, “I forgot that you existed / It isn’t love, it isn’t hate, it’s just indifference.” You can hazard a guess at which famous man she’s singing about, but the song oversells its position, as Swift giggles with the exaggeration of someone trying to convince you that their smile means they aren’t crazy. Even worse is “You Need to Calm Down,” a vague diss of homophobes and sexists that sags under the weight of ill-fitting lyrics about shade and the right way to litigate a feud in the age of social media. The same can be said of “The Man,” where Swift wonders how her life would be different if she wasn’t a woman; alas, the lyric “If I was a man, then I’d be the man” doesn’t really offer much insight. .
Spin | 26 ago.

 

Lover – Taylor Swift

 

[Verse 1]
We could leave the Christmas lights up ’til January
This is our place, we make the rules
And there’s a dazzling haze, a mysterious way about you, dear
Have I known you 20 seconds or 20 years?

[Chorus]
Can I go where you go?
Can we always be this close forever and ever?
And ah, take me out, and take me home
You’re my, my, my, my lover

 

 

[Verse 2]
We could let our friends crash in the living room
This is our place, we make the call
And I’m highly suspicious that everyone who sees you wants you
I’ve loved you three summers now, honey, but I want ’em all

[Chorus]
Can I go where you go?
Can we always be this close forever and ever?
And ah, take me out, and take me home (Forever and ever)
You’re my, my, my, my lover

[Bridge]
Ladies and gentlemen, will you please stand?
With every guitar string scar on my hand
I take this magnetic force of a man to be my lover
My heart’s been borrowed and yours has been blue
All’s well that ends well to end up with you
Swear to be overdramatic and true to my lover
And you’ll save all your dirtiest jokes for me
And at every table, I’ll save you a seat, lover

[Chorus]
Can I go where you go?
Can we always be this close forever and ever?
And ah, take me out, and take me home (Forever and ever)
You’re my, my, my, my
Oh, you’re my, my, my, my
Darling, you’re my, my, my, my lover