Swifties are in a frenzy over Taylor Swift's heart-wrenching new song, You're Losing Me, which took them by surprise as a special addition to the Midnights (Til Dawn Edition) deluxe album.
The track, exclusively available at Taylor's recent New Jersey concerts, has ignited speculation among fans that she's pouring her emotions about ex-flame Joe Alwyn, 32, into the lyrics.
True to her confessional style, the 12-time Grammy winner, 33, bares her soul as she reflects on the end of their relationship, contemplating whether it's time to let go and dropping subtle hints about the factors that led to their breakup.
Taylor Swift tugged at heartstrings with her emotional bridge in where she sings poignant lines like, "I wouldn't marry me either, a pathological people pleaser, who only wanted you to see her."
The song's first verse encapsulates a sense of longing and uncertainty, as she sings, "We thought a cure would come through in time, now, I fear it won't. Now, I just sit in the dark and wonder if it's time."
Filled with despair, as she declares, "I can't find a pulse, my heart won't start anymore for you, 'cause you're losing me."
The release of the song has sent social media into an emotional tailspin, with fans expressing their deep connection to the lyrics.
One Swiftie took to Twitter, saying, "Taylor Swift just made me depressed with a song about a relationship that's not even mine. Again."
Another fan, overwhelmed by the emotional impact, exclaimed, "I JUST WOKE UP AND MY HEART CANNOT TAKE LISTENING TO YOU'RE LOSING ME WTF."
One Swiftie defended the song, tweeting, "Everyone saying that they don't like or get You're Losing Me? How does it feel to be tasteless."
The song's release comes shortly after Taylor's amicable split from her longtime partner Joe Alwyn.