Taylor Swift's New Song "Gorgeous" Arrives Thursday Night

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According to Billboard magazine, Swift selected some of her fans to join her at her mansion in Westerly, Rhode Island to get a first listen of her new album "Reputation," which is set to come out next month.

Entitled "Gorgeous", the song will arrive at midnight ET/9PM PT on the night of Thursday, October 19.

It's the second promotional single to be released from her sixth studio album "Reputation", after '.Ready for It?', and third overall including her number one lead single "Look What You Made Me Do".

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[Chorus] You're so gorgeous I can't say anything to your face 'Cause look at your face And I'm so furious At you for making me feel this way But what can I say?

Perhaps the most talked about lyric refers to an older man.

Swift, of course, has been known to pen songs about her relationships, so people have been diving in deep for meaning.

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One wrote on Twitter: "Tom has blue eyes".

"Basically Taylor made us all promise that if anyone made any accusations of who this song is about, we tell them it is 100% about her angel boyfriend of 1 year". Calvin has blue eyes. (Not to mention West released his own song called "Gorgeous" in 2010, shortly after the VMAs debacle.) If any of this is true, including West's daughter, North, on "Gorgeous" would be a brilliantly maniacal move.

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