Taylor Swift's new album has many saying it is her most romantic to date.
Swift, 29, is generally known for breakup songs and female empowerment tracks, but she is now shifting her focus to her relationship with her new beau.
Many of the songs on “Lover” are allegedly about her boyfriend, British actor Joe Alwyn.
The album’s title track reveals they've been together for three years as Swift sings, “I've loved you three summers now, honey, but I want 'em all.”
The song "Paper Rings" is leading listeners to believe that Alwyn is the one for Swift. “I like shiny things but I’d marry you with paper rings. You're the one I want and I hate accidents except when we went from friends to this,” she sings.
The track "Cornelia Street" is a reference to the New York City street Swift was living on in 2016 at the start of their relationship.
“We were in the backseat drunk on something stronger than the drinks in the bar,” she sings. “I hope I never lose you, I hope it never ends. I'd never walk Cornelia Street again.”
There’s even a song aptly named "London Boy" for a reference to the actor’s hometown.
Could Alwyn be the one?