Taylor Swift  Lover Lyrics



"Lover" is a song by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift for her seventh studio album of the LOVER (2019).
Swift wrote Lover lyrics and co-produced the song with Jack Antonoff.


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Released On: August 16, 2019
Length:          3:41                   
Label:             Republic,Taylor Swift Productions
Songwriter:   Taylor Swift (Lover Lyrics)  
Producer:      Jack Antonoff, Taylor Swift
Album:           Lover   

Taylor Swift - Lover Lyrics 

                                       
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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 twenty seconds or twenty years?

Can I go where you go?
Can we always be this close forever and ever?
And oh, take me out and take me home
You're my, my, my, my
Lover

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

Can I go where you go?
Can we always be this close forever and ever?
And oh, take me out and take me home (Forever and ever)
You're my, my, my, my
Lover

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 over-dramatic 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

Can I go where you go?
Can we always be this close forever and ever?
And oh, 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


"Lover" received acclaim from critics, who praised its nostalgic quality and Taylor Swift Lover lyrics, . Swift and Drew Kirsch directed the song's music video featuring dancer Christian Owens as her love interest. Premiering on August 22, 2019, the video features bright colors and a dollhouse setup, showing the couple fighting and making up.
Swift Lover lyrics,   and a stream of costars filmed six scenes over about a dozen hours. The singer-songwriter Hayley Kiyoko, known to her fans as “Lesbian Jesus,” shot arrows at a bull’s-eye. The YouTube comedian-chef Hannah Hart danced alongside Dexter Mayfield, the plus-size male model and self-described “big boy in heels.” The Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon served up icy red snow cones. Swift and her close friend Todrick Hall, of Kinky Boots and RuPaul’s Drag Race, sipped tea with the cast of Queer Eye.
Beyond her music, Swift has recently made headlines with political statements. She is celebrating Pride Month by calling on her followers to sign a change.org Taylor Swift Lover lyrics,  petition to support the Equality Act, publicly posting a letter to her Tennessee senator for his support and applauding Democratic presidential candidate Corey Booker for his signature.

For every reasonable assumption of a return to form, however, there’s the suspicion that Lover might be at least a partial retrenchment until Swift decides what to do next. If it sounds as if we’ve been here before, it’s because we have. Many of Lover’s songs and  Taylor Swift Lover lyrics, are recognisable in structure and content from albums past, with Swift’s signature shouty endings, her key changes that keep things moving along and her carefully deployed lyrical detail all to the fore. Anticipatory tunes such as I Think He Knows and Paper Rings flirt hard, but perhaps not quite as hard as 1989’s magisterial Blank Space did. “Who could ever leave me darling,” sings Swift on The Archer, a moodier, more elliptical track, “but who could stay?” – revisiting the idea of Swift being a romantic handful, present on Blank Space and other songs passim. Lover, the title track itself, is a perfectly good ballad, light on detail but with a fantastic pregnant gap in its dynamic and a husk to Swift’s voice that could grow to become more interesting.
Swift’s tanker has been slow to turn round, and is still turning. It’s said that celebrities remain stunted at the age at which they became famous, a kernel of truth that Swift seems strangely keen to emphasise. The four bonus editions of Lover come with journals, which mix entries from Swift’s own diaries, Lover lyrics,  from her teenage years and beyond, that detail attempts in 2007 to locate a turkey fryer to the aftermath of Kanye West’s 2009 VMA awards hijack. There are blank pages for fans to fill in. At nearly 30, the singer-songwriter remains an intriguing mixture of industry power-broker and giddy cat-obsessive. Lover is fine with that, but the real battle is where she goes after this.