'Swear Words in Her Lyrics

Her Lyrics

Taylor Swift

has always been explicit in her songs — delivering crystal-clear messages with uber-specific details

And in

the last five years, she’s also been explicit in the “parental advisory” definition of

And her

declaration in the album cut “I Did Something Bad” that “If a man talks sh–

Sure, there

are a few instances of a pre-reputation Taylor letting out some of the less offensive

If you

listen closely, you’ll even find one in her debut album: “You never did give

” But the

death of “OId Taylor” is when the swear words really began to soar

With Lover

in 2019 came the line “I’d be a bi—, not a baller” from “The Man

” But Swift’s

first explicitly explicit tracks did not arrive until her pandemic-era 2020 sister albums folklore and

On her

10th studio set Midnights, the lyrics have become more colorful than ever

The 13-track

project includes six explicit songs, with the curse words ranging from “hell” to “f—in’”

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