Taylor Swift is all set to drop yet another song, called 'Call It What You Want,' off her upcoming sixth studio album, 'Reputation,' at midnight and her fans just can't stop buzzing about it.
After releasing 'Gorgeous,' '.Ready for It?' and 'Look What You Made Me Do,' Swift took to her Instagram page to reveal that she's releasing her fourth song.
Posting pictures of what appear to be lyrics from the song, the Grammy-winning captioned them as, "Call It What You Want. Midnight Eastern."
Now, some fans are speculating that this new song is a sequel of sorts to the 27-year-old singer's 2008 hit 'Love Story,' which came off her album 'Fearless.'
Twitterers couldn't help but notice the parallels between the 'Love Story' lyrics and the ones Swift previewed from 'Call It What You Want.'
LOVE STORY 2.0 IS COMING pic.twitter.com/74snmMwqcH— david | reputation (@davidswift13_) November 2, 2017
"Romeo save me...Take me somewhere we can be alone. I'll be waiting; all that's left to do is run. It's a love story. Baby, just say 'yes'," Swift sings on 'Love Story,' while the lyrics for 'Call It What You Want' reads, "Holding my breath/ Slowly I said/ 'You don't need to save me'.But would you run away with me?."Yes."