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Taylor Swift's "End Game" Lyrics Are Here And They're Epic

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It's Taylor Swift's world and we're all just watching it from afar on social media. If you've been paying even half attention, you know that her album Reputation has been coming in hot and dropped on Nov. 10. Leading up to this day, fans have had major speculation about what kind of tracks would accompany "Look What You Made Me Do," "... Ready For It?," and "Gorgeous" and holy sh*t were we not disappointed. Now, Taylor Swift's "End Game" lyrics are finally here and they're definitely all about a guy.

It starts:

I wanna be your end game / I wanna be your first string /I wanna be your A-team / I wanna be your end game, end game

And then:

Big reputation, big reputation /Oooh, you and me we got /Big reputations, ah /And you heard about me, oooh /I got some big enemies
Big reputation, big reputation /Oooh, you and me we’d be a big conversation, ah /And I heard about you, oooh /You like the bad ones, too
You so dope, don’t overdose /I’m so stoked, I need to toast /We do the most / I’m in the ghost like I’m whipping a boat /I got a reputation girl that don’t precede me / I'm a call away / Whenever you need me /I’m in a G5 /Come to the A-side / I got a bad boy persona, that’s what they like /You love it /I love it too cause you my type /You hold me down and I protect you with my life
I don’t want to touch you /I don’t want to be /Just another ex love you don’t wanna see /I don’t wanna miss you / I don’t wanna miss you /Like the other girls do
I don’t wanna hurt you /I just wanna be /Drinking on the beach / With you all over me / I know what they all say /but I ain’t tryin’ to play
I wanna be your end game / I wanna be your first string / I wanna be your A-team / I wanna be your end game, end game
Now well, when I was young, we connected / When we were a little bit older, both sprung / I got issues and chips on both of my shoulders / Reputation precedes me / And rumors I’m knee deep / The truth is it’s easier to ignore it, believe me / And even when we'd argue we'd not do it for long / And you understand the good and bad end up in a song / For all your beautiful traits and the way you do it with ease / For all of my flaws, paranoia and insecurities / I made mistakes and made some choices that's hard to deny / After the storm something was born on the Fourth of July / I pass days with a funk / This end game isn't won / With four words on the tip of my tongue / (I’ll never say it)
I don’t want to touch you / I don’t want to be / Just another ex love you don’t wanna see / I don’t wanna miss you / I don’t wanna miss you / Like the other girls do
I don’t wanna hurt you / I just wanna be / Drinking on the beach / With you all over me / I know what they all say / but I ain’t tryin’ to play
I wanna be your end game / I wanna be your first string / I wanna be your A-team / I wanna be your end game, end game
Big reputation, big reputation / Oooh, you and me we got / Big reputations, ah / And you heard about me, oooh /I got some big enemies
Big reputation, big reputation / Oooh, you and me we’d be a big conversation, ah / And I heard about you, oooh / You like the bad ones, too
I hit you like bang / We tried to forget it but we just couldn’t / And I bury hatchets but I keep maps to where I put ‘em / Reputation precedes me / They told you I’m crazy / I swear I don’t love the drama, it loves me / And I can’t let you go / Your handprints on my soul / It's like your eyes are liquor, it's like your body is gold / You’ve been calling bluff on all my usual tricks / So here’s the truth from my red lips
I wanna be your end game / I wanna be your first string / I wanna be your A-team / I wanna be your end game, end game
I wanna be your end game / I wanna be your first string / I wanna be your A-team / I wanna be your end game, end game

Leading up to the song's release, fans were losing their minds speculating that Taylor Swift collaborated with Ed Sheeran on the track. This is due to a few things. For one thing, it wouldn't be the first time.

Sheeran collaborated on the song "Everything Has Changed" off the 2013 album Red, and it was a fan favorite. Plus, the two have been friends for a long time, and when Sheeran was directly asked about Swift's album on the radio show Capital Breakfast, he said,

Yeah, I think the songs are great, I think the visuals, she’s really putting everything into the visuals as well, the visuals are really impressive. I think people will like the album!

Funny you should mention visuals, Ed!

Some eagle-eyed fans noticed that in Swift's video for "... Ready For It?" there were Chinese symbols that looked like they said "Ed," "Future," and "Reputation," all of which pointed toward a major collaboration with these three artists. Not to mention, someone else called out the symbols for "year of the snake" which we all know is Tay-Tay's new persona.

One Reddit user put it,

Multiple sources from the sessions have all agreed that it's an actual song we'll be getting and whilst that isn't the best source of info, the RFI music video has 'Eddie' and 'Future' on the wall in Chinese, which gives it a lot more weight.

You sneaky Taylor.

In general, the PR leading up to this album release has been nothing short of a masterpiece. It all started when Swift systematically deleted all of the photos on her Instagram account and replaced them with slithering snake graphics to get us pumped for "LWYMD."

Since then, it's been a slow burn of various Reputation imagery, behind-the-scenes pictures, and weird AT&T promos thanks to their massive collaboration and launch of Taylor Swift NOW.

In fact, as part of the album hype, Swift released a BTS video on her writing process for the song "Gorgeous" and also had a special performance on Nov. 9 during ABC's TGIT lineup and fans went crazy.

This was all on top of those special secret sessions Swift hosted in which she invited some truly #blessed fans over to get a sneak peak of her new album.

Now that Reputation is here, we can all FINALLY get a good night's sleep knowing we aren't missing anymore exclusive details, sneak peaks, or Ed Sheeran collaborations.

Right, Taylor? GIVE US A MINUTE SO WE CAN ENJOY THIS MASTERPIECE.

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