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Taylor Swift's new song " Peace" about her wanting a 'child' and fans go crazy

Taylor Swift's new song "Peace" about her wanting a 'child' and fans go crazy

Taylor Swift's new song  Peace about her wanting a 'child' and fans go crazy
Taylor Swift's new song  Peace about her wanting a 'child' and fans go crazy
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Fans have been going wild after she released her new song "Peace" in her album "Lover" distinctly because the lyric of the song references about her wanting a child with Joe Alwyn.

Singer and songwriter Taylor Swift, 30, has been in a relationship with actor Joe Alwyn, 29, for the past four years and her new album "Lover" is packed full of nods for her boyfriend. It's been less than a year since Taylor released her new album "Lover" and now she has followed up with the indie-folk-tastic folklore. Her style has changed over time but her love for Joe has been growing strong which is evident as she indicates her future with Joe via her new song "Peace."

“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, give you the silence that only comes when two people understand each other.” The fans have been going wild on Twitter as she mentions the 'child' in the lyric of "Peace." One of her fans tweeted “GIVE YOU A CHILD. TAYLOR SWIFT SAID THAT.” Fans are even presuming that Taylor might be pregnant although it hasn't been confirmed.

As the lovebirds have arrived a long way together, the secret to their relationship's success is that it's been far-flung from the spotlight. Taylor opened up to 'The Guardian' in 2019 that the boundary between public and private life has helped maintain their relationship. She said, “I’ve learned that if I do, people think it’s up for discussion, and our relationship isn’t up for discussion. If you and I were having a glass of wine right now, we’d be talking about it – but it’s just that it goes out into the world. That’s where the boundary is, and that’s where my life has become manageable. I really want to keep it feeling manageable.” 

Fans beliefs that Taylor's 2019 album "Lover" was full of allusion to Joe. As "Peace" indicates her references to a child with Joe, "Paper Rings" indicate the wedding bells for them shortly. “I like shiny things, but I’d marry you with paper rings,” she sings in the chorus. Likewise in "London Boy", she talks about how the British city feels more like home than New York, Nashville, or LA as we know that Joe id British. "You know I love my London boy", she sings. Similarly in "Cornelia Street" she says, “I hope I never lose you, I hope it never ends, I’d never walk Cornelia Street again, That’s the kind of heartbreak, time could never mend.” Here in this song, she tells about how she felt in the beginning that their relationship wouldn't last.

However, the title track was the one which made the fans crystal clear that it was about Joe as she says, “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 over dramatic and true to my lover.”

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