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Taylor Swift gave an intimate look at her romance with Travis Kelce, sharing a video of them at home in the kitchen in a video montage celebrating her new album The Tortured Poets Department

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Taylor Swift’s love for Travis Kelce doesn’t seem to be ruining her life.

The “Anti-Hero” singer gave fans a rare look inside her romance with the Kansas City Chiefs player on April 19, posting a YouTube Short set to her new song “Fortnight” from her 11th album The Tortured Poets Department.

One home movie showed Taylor cooking in the kitchen, using a wooden spoon to whip up their meal, as Travis gave her a sweet kiss on the cheek.

Other moments reveal just how attached Taylor, 34, has become to the area around Kansas City, Mo., where she spent time cheering on his NFL team last season. In one clip, she donned a vintage Kansas University sweatshirt by Frankie Collective, while another moment showed her swinging a pickleball paddle bearing the Kansas City Chiefs logo. She completed the look with a lavender athletic skirt, white top, and pair of sunglasses.

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But the couple hasn’t just spent time in his neck of the woods: Travis, 34, has flown to Argentina, Australia, and Singapore to watch her perform on her Eras Tour. The Grammy winner gave a nod to Travis’ supportive visits in the new clip, showing footage of what appeared to be the pair taking in the sights of Singapore’s iconic illuminated Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay during some downtime.

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The YouTube Short wasn’t the only way Taylor celebrated her love story with Travis for The Tortured Poets Department. She also appeared to detail their chemistry in her new song “The Alchemy,” which includes plenty of sports references.

“So when I touch down / Call the amateurs and cut ’em from the team,” she sings. “Ditch the clowns, get the crown / Baby, I’m the one to be / ‘Cause the sign on your heart / Said it’s still reserved for me.”

“Fortnight” (featuring Post Malone): In the first track of TTPD, Taylor Swift and Post Malone team up to sing about a “temporary” romance that lasted for a fortnight (two weeks).

“And I love you, it’s ruining my life,” the lyrics tease. “I touched you, for only a fortnight.”

It appears the song is a reference to Taylor’s rekindled romance with The 1975’s Matty Healy, which first began in 2014 and revived a decade later in the spring of 2023 following her breakup with Joe Alwyn.

And although the revival of Taylor and Matty’s relationship was brief, it was jam-packed with emotion, according to these lyrics.

She told iHeartRadio the opening number is “fatalistic” just like the rest of the “tragic” album.

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“The Tortured Poets Department”: While fans previously pointed out the connection between the album’s name TTPD and Joe’s WhatsApp group chat called “The Tortured Man Club,” the titular song actually includes references to Matty.

Even the track’s opening lyrics, “You left your typewriter at my apartment,” gives a nod to Matty, who noted he “really” likes typewriters in a 2019 interview with GQ.

Later on in the song, the lyrics offer more insight into Taylor and Matty’s strong bond. Taylor even recalls, “At dinner, you take my ring off my middle finger and put it on the one people put wedding rings on. And that’s the closest I’ve come to my heart exploding.”

Taylor’s lyrics also include shoutouts to poet Dylan Thomas—”You’re not Dylan Thomas”—and singer-songwriter Patti Smith—”I’m not Patti Smith.” As well as Charlie Puth. “You smoked then ate seven bars of chocolate / We declared Charlie Puth should be a bigger artist.”

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“My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys”: “I’m the queen of sandcastles he destroys,” Taylor sings in the third song on the album, in which she recalls a partner who ran away from their relationship.

“Cause I knew too much / There was danger in the heat of my touch,” the lyrics note. “Saw forever so he smashed it up.”

The Grammy winner told iHeartRadio the track is a “metaphor from the perspective of a child’s toy,” where the kid breaks the toy and doesn’t want to play with it anymore—just like in relationships, where “we’re so valued in the beginning.” It’s about the denial that the romance can’t go back to that.

She previously compared lovers to toys in 2019’s “Cruel Summer,” in which she sang, “Bad, bad boy, shiny toy with a price / You know that I bought it.”

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“Down Bad”: In the lyrics to this song, Taylor reflects on being ghosted by a guy, who she calls her “twin,” after being infatuated with him.

“How dare you think it’s romantic / Leaving me safe and stranded,” she sings. “Cause f–k it, I was in love / So f–k you if I can’t have us.”

The “stranded” lyric may sound familiar to Swifties, given that Taylor uses it in the 1989 song “New Romantics”: “Please leave me stranded / It’s so romantic.”

Taylor admitted to iHeartRadio that “Down Bad” compares the “idea of being love bombed—where someone rocks your world and dazzles you and then kind of abandons you—as an alien abduction.” The artist said when the character was “dropped back off” in her hometown, she missed the other “weird” world.

“I’ve just been exposed to a whole different galaxy and universe I didn’t know was possible,” Taylor explained. “How can you just put me back where I was before?”

“So Long, London”: Taylor has been known to reserve track five for her most heartbreaking songs, and, yes, “So Long, London” definitely fits the bill.

In this track, Taylor reflects on the end of her relationship with Joe (who previously inspired “London Boy”) and the memories they shared in the city together over the years. She also alludes to what led to the demise of their relationship.

“I didn’t opt-in to be your odd man out,” she sings. “I founded the club she’s heard great things about / I left all I knew, you left me at the house by the Heath.”

“But Daddy I Love Him”: Taylor raised eyebrows when she spent time with Matty, who’s been called out for his controversial comments over the years. In “But Daddy I Love Him,” she addresses a similar theme of wanting a relationship to work despite criticism from the outside world.

“No I’m not coming to my senses,” she declares. “I know it’s crazy but he’s the one I want.”

“Fresh Out the Slammer”: After getting out of a long relationship with Joe, Taylor seemingly knew who she wanted to call: Matty.

“I did my time,” she sings. “Now pretty baby I’m running back home to you.”

“Florida!!!” (featuring Florence and the Machine): What to do when you need an escape? Head to Florida. At least, that’s what Taylor and Florence Welch advise in this track.

“You can beat the heat if you beat the charges too / They said I was a cheat, I guess it must be true,” Taylor sings, referencing speculation about her personal life. “And my friends, all smell like weed or little babies / And the city reeks of driving myself crazy.”

“I need to forget, so take me to Florida,” the lyrics later continue. “I’ve got some regrets, I’ll bury them in Florida.”

Taylor explained that the song was actually inspired by true crime sagas about escaping town.

“I’m always watching like Dateline—people, you know, have these crimes that they commit,” she told iHeartRadio. “Where do they immediately skip town and go to? They go to Florida, you know? They like to try to reinvent themselves, have a new identity, and blend in. And I think when you go through a heartbreak, there’s a part of you that thinks, ‘I want a new name, I want a new life, I don’t want anyone to know where I’ve been or know me at all.’”

One last secret about “Florida!!!”? Taylor’s pal Emma Stone helped write the song.

“Guilty as Sin?”: In another apparent nod to Matty, Taylor starts “Guilty as Sin?” with the lyrics, “Drowning in the Blue Nile / He sent me downtown lights.” Well, it just so happens that, back in 2022, Matty named The Blue Nile’s Hats as one of his favorite albums of the 1980s.

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“Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?”: Taylor tackles her critics in this passionate track.” Is it a wonder I broke? Let’s hear one morе joke,” she sings. “Then we could all just laugh until I cry.”

“I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can)”: As Taylor notes in this song, she believed she could help change someone, despite any naysayers.

“The smoke cloud billows out his mouth like a freight train through a small town,” she sings. “The jokes that he told across the bar were revolting and far too loud.”

“Thеy shakes their heads saying, ‘God, help her’ when I tell ’em he’s my man,” the lyrics continue. “But your good lord doesn’t need to lift a finger / I can fix him, no, really

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