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Is "Getaway Car" About Karlie Kloss? Taylor Swift's Fans Think The Two Are Dating

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The theory machine is in full swing after the release of Taylor Swift’s new album, Reputation, but how close to reality are some of these ideas? For instance, is “Getaway Car” about Karlie Kloss? Some fans have made excellent points about why Swift might be singing about Kloss in "Getaway Car," so check out what people are saying.

First up, let's check out the "Getaway Car" lyrics for clues:

In the second verse, Swift sings:

Straight away, fans were getting a Kloss vibe, with one tweeting: “GETAWAY CAR REMINDS ME OF KARLIE AND TAYLOR FROM THE VOGUE PHOTOSHOOT IN THE CAR.”

There are a lot of Kaylor fans out there, it turns out, and many of them are finding lyrics all about Kloss. One fan tweeted: “so are we all in agreement that dress and gorgeous and getaway car and basically all of reputation is about karlie kloss and that kaylor is real.”

Another noted: “Dress, Dancing with our hands tied and Getaway Car are kaylor anthems.”

Still another fan tweeted: “MY KAYLOR FEELS ARE REAL BECAUSE OF GETAWAY CAR."

How have people connected the dots on this one being about Swift and Kloss? One fan spelled it all out, explaining: “'Getaway Car' is about Kaylor hiding from the media you heard it here first.”

This theory is getting a fair amount of mention, too: "I'm Taylor writing an entire album about how much she's in love with Karlie."

Still other fans believe that Swift's sexiest track, "Dress," is all about Kloss: "I sooo get it why Dress became everyone’s favorite!! I never thought Taylor will ever write a song about sex!! Haha I love it!! Please pay attention to the details mentioned. It screams Karlie Kloss.”

Another fan added: “CAN YOU BELIEVE DRESS IS ABOUT MISS KARLIE KLOSS AND TAYLOR WROTE IT FOR HER ONLY AND IT REALLY EXISTS LIKE ITS A REAL SONG THAT TAYLOR WROTE FOR HER GF.”

Whether or not "Getaway Car" is about Kloss, you can't keep the Kaylor fans from reading between the lines in hope that it was inspired by Kloss.

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