Taylor Swift unlikely to release love songs she's written about Travis Kelce, says source

Jami Ganz, New York Daily News on

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Taylor Swift has already penned some “very special” songs inspired by her love with Travis Kelce, but a source warns that fans shouldn’t hold their breath waiting to hear them.

An insider this weekend revealed that while the “relationship with Travis has inspired” the “very personal” tunes, Swift is not likely to release them to the public.

“Taylor has already written songs about Travis,” the source told Us Weekly. “She’s written at least two songs. They have to do with their love story and falling in love with him.”

“She likely won’t share them with anyone. They’re very special,” the source added. “Songs are like poetry to her. Just like most people journal, Taylor writes lyrics.”

The remarks come less than two months ahead of the April 19 release of the Grammy winner’s 11th studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department.”

The collection is believed to be largely inspired by her roughly six-year relationship with Joe Alwyn. While their breakup was reported last April, the timeline of certain Swift songs — such as “You’re Losing Me (From The Vault)” — has led fans to deduce they were on the rocks for over a year prior.


The “Cardigan” singer and Kelce, both 34, began dating last summer and have been a fixture in headlines since Swift first supported the Kansas City Chiefs tight end at one of his September games — and then a dozen others, including their Super Bowl win.

Kelce meanwhile has twice joined Swift abroad on her international Eras Tour — first in South America late last year and in Sydney, Australia, last month. Both instances saw Swift give a nod to Kelce when she changed the lyrics of her hit, “Karma,” before running offstage and into his arms as they shared a viral kiss.

While several of Swift’s most popular songs are believed to be about her exes — “Forever & Always,” “Dear John,” and “All Too Well,” to name a few — she rarely confirms the identity of those muses.


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