Taylor Swift fans think they’ve found the real reason behind her and Joe Alwyn’s breakup.
For some context, the 33 year old songstress was in a relationship with the British actor for six years, and many Swifties believed the couple were the real deal.
However, the pair shocked the world when they called it a day earlier this year, with sources initially revealing the cause of the split was because they "weren't the right fit for one another."
But Taylor’s latest single, You’re Losing Me, has sent fans into a frenzy, with many now believing she’s hinted at the real reason she and Joe broke up.
The Anti-Hero hitmaker dropped the track on Friday, which has provided hardcore fans with enough time to study the lyrics like an A-Level text. And to be honest, on the first listen, it’s easy to understand how they’ve come to their conclusion.
From "my face was grey but you wouldn't admit that we were sick," to the chorus lyrics: "Stop, you're losing me / I can't find a pulse, my heart won't start anymore / For you / Cause you're losing me,” it’s not hard to deduce that she’s referencing to the breakdown of a relationship.
But it’s the bridge that left listeners completely spiralling. In the emotional song, Taylor touches on the subject of marriage – something she’s not shied away from before in other hit tracks, including Lavender Haze and Champagne Problems.
The Grammy winner sings: “And I wouldn't marry me either / A pathological people pleaser / Who only wanted you to see her,” which has left fans convinced that the reason Taylor and Joe’s seemingly solid partnership came to an end was because she wanted to get married but Joe “never proposed.”
Upon learning such major news, of course fans flocked to Twitter to discuss the potential cause of split.
“Taylor clearly wanted to marry Joe but he never proposed and she had to go through years of engagement and secret marriage rumours," one person theorised, as another said: “This new song makes me think that it was Joe who didn’t want to marry Taylor but Taylor wanted to marry him.”
Further users weighed in on the speculation, with one person branding the song as “devastating.”
“Taylor has said that she didn't wanna marry Joe but 'I wouldn't marry me either' implies that she wanted to marry this person but they didn't wanna marry her. It's devastating," they penned.
As of now, Taylor is linked to The 1975 frontman, Matty Healy, who has been seen supporting his new beau side stage and on stage during her sold-out Eras tour.
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