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The real meaning behind Taylor Swift’s Willow lyrics

The real meaning behind Taylor Swift's Willow lyrics

Taylor Swift, Before we get into the lyrics of “Willow,” let’s take a look at the song’s reactions. “Ok, so I very much LOVE Tay’s new song,” one user wrote. “The classic sound is very in right now, and that guitar is giving one hella of a 90s vibes! Also, the lyrics are sooo good, ok, bye, I’m sobbing rn. I love it so much.” Someone else said, “The whole album voice, lyrics, and the feeling I’m getting now truly ascending me to heaven like it’s so magical and fascinating.”

Speaking of those lyrics, although we don’t want to offer the most basic interpretation (it’s another love song, y’all!), fans can’t help but think that it is a romantic tribute to her long-term boyfriend, Joe Alwyn — and we agree. One example is the line, “Wherever you stray, I follow,” which user Ravenreyes on Genius Lyrics believes is a callback to “Lover.” They wrote, “This line parallels the chorus of ‘Lover.’ ‘Can I go where you go? Can we always be this close?'” And the line, “I’m begging for you to take my hand/Wreck my plans, Taylor Swift

But what about the symbolism of “Willow”? Well, LecraeFan83 fan theorized on Genius Lyrics, “The wind makes the willow look the best, without the wind it hang loose and looks like a curtain, the wind makes it looks beautiful and reveals the inside of the tree.” Yep, we’re going to file this one under “Songs about Joe Alwyn.”

The real meaning behind Taylor Swift's Willow lyrics

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