The release of Taylor Swift's sixth studio album, Reputation, is only a week away. The popstar has given fans another reason to celebrate with the release of her new song, "Call It What You Want," at midnight on Friday, Nov. 2.
Swift teased the song in a series of posts on Instagram that showed the song's lyrics typewritten on a brown background. "But would you run away with me?," read one post, followed by a simple response, "Yes." Another post shared a different line of lyrics from the track, "Holding my breath slowly I said, 'You don't need to save me.'"
"Call It What You Want" is all about Swift's feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian as well as her romance with British actor Joe Alwyn.
"My castle crumbled overnight. I brought a knife to a gun fight. They took the crown, but it's alright. All the liars are calling me one," Swift sings in the first verse of the song. These lines could be a reference to her reignited feud with Kim and Kanye.
"Nobody's heard from me for months. I'm doing better than I ever was," she added. The singer has been maintaining a low profile since last year and reportedly dated Alwyn for several months before news of their romance went public.
"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," Swift gushes about her beau. "I want to wear his initial on a chain around my neck, not because he owns me, but 'cause he really knows me."
Swift also referred to the Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk actor as a guy with "ocean blue eyes" in her single, "Gorgeous," which she released last month.
Swift has stayed away from the limelight since last year, but that hasn't stopped her from spending time with her fans. In September, she held private "secret session" listening parties for fans in London and at her Rhode Island residence. She also surprised one of her superfans with a home visit along with Alwyn's younger brother, Patrick.
The 27-year-old will be performing on Saturday Night Live on Nov. 11, which is a day after the release of the new album. Check out the lyric video of "Call It What You Want" below: