Taylor Swift gives a rare insight into relationship with Joe Alwyn on new album Midnights

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She has remained low-key about her relationship with boyfriend Joe Alwyn. 

But Taylor Swift is set to give fans an insight into their romance with the release of her highly-anticipated, most personal album yet, Midnights.

The singer, 32, who has been dating Joe since 2016, details their love on a track named Sweet Nothing, and even enlisted his help as a co-writer. 

Taylor Swift gives a rare insight into relationship with Joe Alwyn on new album Midnights

Opening up: Taylor Swift, 32, is set to give fans an insight into their romance with the release of her highly-anticipated, most personal album yet, Midnights

Taylor explained that her latest 13-track record tells the ‘stories of 13 sleepless nights, scattered throughout my life,’ with several of the tracks lifting the lid on her romance.

In Sweet Nothing’s, Taylor sings: ‘I found myself running home to your sweet nothings, I’ll take their pushing, shoving. 

‘You’re in the kitchen humming, all that you ever wanted from me was sweet nothing.’

Romantic: The singer, who has been dating Joe since 2016, details their love on a track named Sweet Nothing, and even enlisted his help as a co-writer (pictured in 2019)

Romantic: The singer, who has been dating Joe since 2016, details their love on a track named Sweet Nothing, and even enlisted his help as a co-writer (pictured in 2019)

Taylor implies that whilst everyone else want’s something from her, Joe is the one person who remained genuine and true.  

She continued: ‘They said the end is coming, everyone’s up to something, I found myself running home to your sweet nothings.’ 

This isn’t the first time that Taylor has enlisted Joe’s help as he previously featured under his pseudonym of William Bowery on her previous albums Folklore and Evermore. 

Taylor began dating Joe in late 2016 after they were rumoured to have crossed paths at that year’s Met Gala in New York City.

Previously, Taylor revealed how another song, Lavender Haze is about protecting ‘the real stuff’ in her relationship with Joe.

In a clip shared to Instagram, she explained: ‘Like, If you were in the Lavender Haze, that meant you were in that all-encompassing love glow, and I thought that was really beautiful.

Cute: In Sweet Nothing's, Taylor sings: 'I found myself running home to your sweet nothings' (pictured together in 2019)

Cute: In Sweet Nothing’s, Taylor sings: ‘I found myself running home to your sweet nothings’ (pictured together in 2019)

‘I guess theoretically, when you’re in the lavender haze, you’ll do anything to stay there and not let people bring you down off of that cloud.

‘I think a lot of people have to deal with this now, not just public figures, because we live in the era of social media. If the world finds out that you’re in love with somebody, they’re going to weigh in on it.’

She added: ‘We’ve had to dodge weird rumours, tabloid stuff, and we just ignore it. This song is sort of about the act of ignoring that stuff to protect the real stuff.’

Candid: Previously, Taylor revealed how another song, Lavender Haze is about protecting 'the real stuff' in her relationship with Joe

Candid: Previously, Taylor revealed how another song, Lavender Haze is about protecting ‘the real stuff’ in her relationship with Joe

It comes as the pop superstar took to social media and revealed: ‘Our last midnight before Midnights,’ along with a 1970s retro promo photo of herself laying back on a couch in a room full of wood paneling. 

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Midnights marks yet another phase in the singer-songwriters massive song output in recent years, where she’s released four studio albums since 2019.

‘Our last midnight before Midnights’ is a play with words on the fact this will be the last midnight before the new record is released on Friday, October 21.

Teaser: It comes as the pop superstar took to social media and revealed: 'Our last midnight before Midnights,' along with a 1970s retro promo photo

Teaser: It comes as the pop superstar took to social media and revealed: ‘Our last midnight before Midnights,’ along with a 1970s retro promo photo

Always one to want to build up drama ahead of a new project, Team Swift also teamed up with Spotify to help build up the hype by releasing snippets of lyrics from Midnights.

The singer has been revealing random lyrics on billboards all across the world of late. 

The first lyrics started popping up in New York City’s Times Square on Monday, October 17. At the stroke of midnight, a massive vertical sign on one end of the plaza lit up with the lyric ‘I should not be left to my own devices.’

Snippet #1: Always one to want to build up drama ahead of a new project, Team Swift also teamed up with Spotify to help build up the hype by releasing snippets of lyrics from Midnights

Snippet #1: Always one to want to build up drama ahead of a new project, Team Swift also teamed up with Spotify to help build up the hype by releasing snippets of lyrics from Midnights

Snippet# 2: The next place was in London, England, with just a five word excerpt from her album: 'I polish up real nice'

Snippet# 2: The next place was in London, England, with just a five word excerpt from her album: ‘I polish up real nice’

The next place was in London, England, with just a five word excerpt from her album: ‘I polish up real nice.’

In the latest reveals, a Sao Paulo, Brazil, train station lit up at midnight local time showcasing in bright purple lettering and the lyric: ‘Just like clockwork, the dominoes cascaded in a line.’ 

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There’s also one on the side of Nashville’s 1720 West End building, displaying the words: ‘Did you ever have someone kiss you in a crowded room?’ 

Snippet #3: A Sao Paulo, Brazil, train station lit up at midnight local time showcasing in bright purple lettering and the lyric: 'Just like clockwork, the dominoes cascaded in a line'

Snippet #3: A Sao Paulo, Brazil, train station lit up at midnight local time showcasing in bright purple lettering and the lyric: ‘Just like clockwork, the dominoes cascaded in a line’

Snippet #4: Another new reveal of lyrics was  on the side of Nashville¿s 1720 West End building, displaying the words: 'Did you ever have someone kiss you in a crowded room?'

Snippet #4: Another new reveal of lyrics was  on the side of Nashville’s 1720 West End building, displaying the words: ‘Did you ever have someone kiss you in a crowded room?’

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