- " You Need to Calm Down " is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released on June 14, 2019, as the second single from her seventh studio album, Lover (2019). The fourteenth track on the album, Swift wrote and produced the song with Joel Little.
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You need to calm down, you're being too loud And I'm just like oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh (Oh) You need to just stop, like can you just not step on his gown? You need to calm down [Bridge]
"You Need to Calm Down" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released on June 14, 2019, as the second single from her seventh studio album, Lover (2019). The fourteenth track on the album, Swift wrote and produced the song with Joel Little .
"You Need To Calm Down" is the second single from Taylor Swift's 7th studio album "Lover". The song was premiered on June 14, 2019. "It's about how I've observed a lot of different people in our society who just put so much energy and effort into negativity, and it just made me feel like, 'You need to just calm down'," said Taylor about the song's meaning.
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“You are somebody that I don’t know” Ew. You’re a stranger. Don’t talk to me. Don’t even look at me. “But you’re takin’ shots at me like it’s Patrón” I don’t know you, yet you’re being mean to me. “And I’m just like, damn, it’s 7 a.m.” I haven’t even had my java yet. You’re roasting me before my java’s been roasted. Some fans think this song is a direct @ to Donald Trump — and with his infamous sunriseTwitter-diarrhea rants, the theory totally tracks. (She, uh, also released the song on the dude’s birthday, so there’s that.) “Say it in the street, that’s a knockout” If you have something to say, say it to my face. Say it. Do it, coward. Also some fans think knockout refers to the “Bad Blood” music video, in which Taylor’s former BFF, Karlie Kloss, plays a character called Knockout. “But you say it in a Tweet, that’s a cop-out” Oh really? You’re gonna subtweet me? No, do it, pussy. (My inner Taylor Swift voice is extremely pugnacious and ready for combat.) This lyric could also be re...
“And I ain’t tryna mess with your self-expression” She’s like, “Do you, brother. Live your life even if that means being Very Online.” “But I’ve learned a lesson that stressin’ and obsessin’ ’bout somebody else is no fun” This is undoubtedly a reference to her now-quashed beef with Katy Perry. The two pop superstars Instagrammed together two days ago. Swift announced “You Need to Calm Down” the following day (yesterday), before dropping it at midnight, and please remember that everything Taylor does is meticulously calculated with surgical precision. She and Katy used to stress and obsess over each other’s business, but it’s over now. She rose above. “And snakes and stones never broke my bones” This play on words is an obvious reference to her Snake era, a.k.a. the reputation album, which was painted with snake iconography (see: the “Look What You Made Me Do” video). The snakes represented her very public feud with Kim Kardashian (who had called her a snake) and the insidious public...
“So oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh” The adorable chorus of singing trolls from the film Trollscould never. And also, internet trolls are bald. “You need to calm down, you’re being too loud” Chillax. Your tweet is literally screeching at me. “And I’m just like oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh (Oh)” All the trolls/Trolls passed quietly in their sleep last night. “You need to just stop, like can you just not step on my gown?” Some fans took this line literally, tweeting, “I’m pretty certain Taylor Swift made that lyric about not stepping on her gown because she has great gowns, just beautiful gowns.” It’s true. I think this lyric is just about her recent fashion lewks. She’s been going absolute freakin’ sicko mode on the gowns. But also this is definitely a reference to the time Aretha Franklin apocalyptically shadedTaylor. When pressed for her opinions on her successors, Franklin had nice things to say about Alicia Keys and Adele, but when asked about Taylor, all she had to say wa...
“You are somebody that we don’t know” Notice the pronoun shift from I to we. The first verse was about Taylor herself, grappling with her own media narrative and the bullying she faced and rising from her ashes like a snake-phoenix. Now it’s about us and the bullying we’reall pressed with. “But you’re comin’ at my friends like a missile” We are her FRIENDS. Stop YELLING at us. Don’t talk to Taylor Swift or her sons ever again. “Why are you mad when you could be GLAAD? (You could be GLAAD)” Here’s where it gets interesting — or at least it did for Gay Twitter. For background: There is a faction of lesbian Tumblr, the Kaylor shippers, who believe Taylor Swift and former BFF Karlie Kloss were romantically involved. When “ME!” dropped in April, fans theorized about a string of clues that led Kaylors to believe Swift was finally coming out with it — either an admission that she did indeed bone Jared Kushner’s sister-in-law or was coming out. So there’s a sector of the internet waiting to...
“And we see you over there on the internet, comparing all the girls who are killing it” Stop pitting women against each other, saythe fans! “But we figured you out. We all know now we all got crowns. You need to calm down” Another pronoun switch-up — Taylor Swift wears gowns. So do men. And Swift and all her gay fans have crowns. Eat shit, hets. (I’m pretty sure she’s saying, “Eat shit, hets.”) And that’s it! Well, there’s one more chorus, but the only change is another pronoun swap, when she says our gowns. We all have gowns now, bitch. Taylor Swift just dropped the Pride Month bop of the century and told Donald Trump, Republicans, haters, and both kinds of trolls to calm down. We have no choice but to stan Karlie Kloss’s ex.
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Jun 14, 2019 · The meaning behind Taylor Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” lyrics are iconic. The song is her second single from her forthcoming album, Lover which is set to drop on Aug. 23. Though the record is...