The album “folklore” was recounted by Taylor Swift with all of her inherent abilities, with all love, magic and humor. Each song is like a story with soft and smooth writing. And most of all, it was discovered that Taylor was telling about Joe Alwyn in some of the songs on the album.
Referring to Taylor Swift, the audience not only remembers the image of a successful female singer in the 2010s but also about the scandalous history. And above all, after many swiftly ending love affairs, she understands more than anyone probably because of open dating, especially with a person who is always attached throughout like Taylor, is an inappropriate choice for emotional relationships.
So, when it came to Joe Alwyn, Taylor tried her best to keep this from happening again. There are no more pictures of people waiting for them, no more interviews to talk about the other, making the public curious, no more impulsive rebellion in love or any speculation.
From the fact that they do not completely or rarely appear together in the media, fans mostly focus on “listening” to Taylor Swift’s songs. Because according to them, these are the emotional feelings, memories that the singer wants to tell about Joe Alwyn. Ever since the release of the album “Lover”, many viewers have speculated that Taylor and Joe were engaged or even secretly holding the wedding. But rumors are still rumors, fans can only access this love through the songs that Taylor Swift performed.
And recently, the shocking release of the album “folklore”, which is also the 8th studio album of Taylor’s career, continues to make many people curious and ask the question: Will this time, Taylor mention Joe Alwyn? Taylor herself also shared the following: “One thing I deliberately do in this album is to add more Easter Eggs to the lyrics, not just videos anymore.”
Yogurt shop image
Coming to the “invisible string”, the song talks about Taylor’s adult life, as well as about her relationship with Joe Alwyn. Fans have been observant about the details of Joe’s childhood work.
Specifically, in the song “Green was the color of the grass. Where I used to read at Centennial Park. I used to think I would meet somebody there. Teal was the color of your shirt. When you were sixteen at the yogurt shop. You used to work at to make a little money”.
For those who don’t know, in an earlier interview, Joe Alwyn said he used to work for Snog Frozen Yogurt in London.
The love story of an American singer
Also in the song “invisible string”, Taylor Swift seems to be talking about the trip to celebrate the 3 years of sticking with “London boy” Joe Alwyn, through the quiet song: “Bad was the blood of the song in the cab. On your first trip to LA. You ate at my favorite spot for dinner. Bold was the waitress on our three-year trip. Getting lunch down by the Lakes.She said I looked like an American singer”.
The song “cardigan”
Some social network users are convinced that Taylor Swift is referring to the movie “The Favorite” (2018), set in the early 18th century, the film’s story revolves around the relationship between two siblings. race to become the closest of Queen Anne. In particular, the film has the participation of Joe Alwyn, he plays Samuel Masham – a handsome baronet.
Accordingly, in the song “cardigan”, the details that many people think that Taylor is referring to Joe are in the lyrics: “And when I felt like I was an old cardigan. Under someone’s bed. You put me on and said I was your favorite.”
In an interview with BBC Radio 1, Taylor Swift talked about the song “cardigan” as follows: “The lyrics feel like you will feel like an old worn cardigan lying under someone’s bed, but until if they wear this shirt, they will make you feel like their favorite thing. “ Could Taylor Swift have been used by Joe Alwyn like an old cardigan and whispered that she was the person he loved the most? So sweet.
Dream of future children
In the song “peace”, Taylor is like opening her heart to the present life, thereby sending wishes into the future: “Your integrity makes me seem small. You paint dreamscapes on the wall. I talk shit with my friends, it’s like I’m wasting your honor. And you know that I’d swing with you for the fences. Sit with you in the trenches. Give you my wild, give you a child.”
The song “hoax”
In the heavy “hoax” song, Taylor seemed to have implicitly confirmed his move to Los Angeles with Joe Alwyn. Previously, she mainly lived in New York, occasionally coming to Nashville, but since Joe Alwyn became acquainted, it seems she is doing social isolation in Los Angeles with the guy himself. This is also where she made the recording for the entire “folklore” album in just 2 months: “You know I left a part of me back in New York. You knew the hero died so what’s the movie for? You knew it still hurts underneath my scars. From when they pulled me apart. You knew the password so I let you in the door. You knew you won so what’s the point of keeping score?”.