Tweets About Taylor Swift Singing "Call It What You Want" To Joe Alwyn On Instagram Are Everything


Taylor Swift's "Call It What You Want" is here, and fans are in love it... and also Joe Alwyn. Swift posted a video on her Instagram story last night of her singing an acoustic version of "Call It What You Want" followed by some home videos playing to the official track. Fans think Alwyn recorded the whole video given the personal shots and the lyrics, and the tweets about Taylor Swift singing "Call It What You Want" to Joe Alwyn prove the Swifties are losing their minds over this track.

Swift first announced the upcoming arrival of "Call It What You Want" yesterday, Nov. 2, in a series of Instagram posts. She teased some of the "Call It What You Want" lyrics in the posts. The lyrics read, "Holding my breath, slowly I said, 'You don't need to save me. But would you run away with me?' '... Yes.'" Based on those lyrics, it made it sound like Swift was saying she was done with fame and she wanted to get away from it all with her boyfriend. Now that we have the full "Call It What You Want" lyrics, we know what the full song is about. And it might be a call-out to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian while also being a message from Swift that she's done with the drama of it all and she just wants to get away.

Whatever the true meaning is, fans are in love with the fact that it looks like Joe Alwyn recorded the "Call It What You Want" video.

The "Call It What You Want" lyrics definitely back up the theory that Alwyn is recording the video.

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The main lyric that makes the biggest case for the claim that Alwyn is filming the video is, "All my flowers grew back as thorns, windows boarded back up after the storm, he built a fire just to keep me warm." Right during the "fire" line, Swift is seen sitting by a fire in the video. While you can't see Alwyn in it, that's pretty much Swift saying, "My boyfriend built a fire for me, this is that fire." And with the shot pointing directly at said fire, it's pretty easy to assume it's Alwyn being like, "This is the fire I made, I love it v much and also Taylor xoxo."

Fans are pretty much in love with Alwyn because of the way Swift sings about him.

Joe Alwyn just got himself a sh*t ton more fans.