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Taylor Swift's "King Of My Heart" Lyrics Are Clearly About Joe Alwyn & It's So Romantic

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When Taylor Swift first welcomed us into her Reputation era, it was with an unexpectedly dark and vengeful track, but along with all the shade on her new album, there are also a bunch of romantic love songs that fans of Swift's earlier work are bound to hit replay on. One of the gushiest may just be the 10th track called "King Of My Heart." All the drama surrounding Swift aside, she sure seems to be super happy in her new relationship with Joe Alwyn, and the romantic lyrics to "King Of My Heart" are total proof of that.

Before Reputation was released, Taylor Swift gave fans a couple of love songs that we all pretty much immediately assumed to have been inspired by her new boyfriend, Joe Alwyn. After putting out the vengeful "Look What You Made Me Do" and sleek pop track "...Ready For It?" Swift released two love songs, presumably about her relationship with Alwyn: "Gorgeous" and "Call It What You Want." But for all the ooey-gooey romance in those two songs, they don't hold a candle to the album's true proclamation of Swift's love for Alwyn: "King Of My Heart." Let's go over the super romantic lyrics first, shall we? (And you can also buy the song on iTunes here.)

The beginning of the lyrics give off some pretty independent woman vibes.

I'm perfectly fine, I live on my own
I made up on my mind, I'm better off bein' alone
We met a few weeks ago
Now you try on callin' me, baby, like tryin' on clothes
So prove to me I'm your American Queen
And you move to me like I'm a Motown beat
And we rule the kingdom inside my room
'Cause all the boys and their expensive cars
With their Range Rovers and their Jaguars
Never took me quite where you do

Once we get to the chorus, the lyrics get romantic AF.

And all at once, you are the one I have been waiting for
King of my heart, body and soul, ooh whoa
And all at once, you are all I want, I'll never let you go
King of my heart, body and soul, ooh whoa
And all at once, I've been waiting, waiting
Ooh whoa, ooh whoa
And all at once, you are the one I have been waiting, waiting
Body and soul, ooh whoa
And all at once

Attention: Does anyone know if Joe Alwyn's lips taste like Taylor Swift's idea of luxury?

Late in the night, the city's asleep
Your love is a secret I'm hoping, dreaming, dying to keep
Change my priorities
The taste of your lips is my idea of luxury
So prove to me I'm your American Queen
And you move to me like I'm a Motown beat
And we rule the kingdom inside my room
'Cause all the boys and their expensive cars
With their Range Rovers and their Jaguars
Never took me quite where you do

Toward the end of the song, the nostalgia vibes Swift gives off are pretty strong.

Is the end of all the endings?
My broken bones are mending
With all the nights we're spending
Up on the roof with a school girl crush
Drinking beer out of plastic cups
Say you fancy me, not fancy stuff
Baby, all at once, this is enough
And all at once, you are the one I have been waiting for
King of my heart, body and soul, ooh whoa
And all at once, you are the one I have been waiting for
King of my heart, body and soul, ooh whoa
And all at once, you are all I want, I'll never let you go
King of my heart, body and soul, ooh whoa

Well, I think we all know what Joe Alwyn's favorite song off Reputation is now! The entire album is available for purchase now, so eat it up, Swifties!

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