Taylor Swift’s New Single “Lover” Was Written Entirely by the Artist Herself

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Jack Antanoff confirmed that Taylor Swift wrote “every stitch” of her new single, Lover.

It’s not uncommon for pop stars to turn to songwriters to help them write their big hits. Although the songwriters behind the hits scarcely get credit, they are usually the ones who turn an artist’s vision into reality.

Producer Jack Antanoff, however, has revealed that Taylor Swift wrote every aspect of her hit single “Lover” herself. When it came to recording, it was just Swift and one sound engineer in the studio.

“Taylor wrote every stitch of this song and came in and played it for me – just a perfect moment to hear what she had done alone the night before,” he revealed on Twitter.

The new single “Lover” was released last Friday in the runup to Swift’s big album drop. In case you missed it, you can view the full tracklist for the upcoming record here:

‘I Forgot That You Existed’
‘Cruel Summer’
‘Lover’
‘The Man’
‘The Archer’
‘I Think He Knows’
‘Mrs. Americana & The Heartbreak Prince’
‘Paper Rings’
‘Cornelia Street’
‘Death By A Thousand Cuts’
‘London Boy’
‘Soon You’ll Get Better’ (feat. Dixie Chicks)
‘False God’
‘You Need To Calm Down’
‘Afterglow’
‘ME!’ (feat. Brendon Urie)
‘It’s Nice To Have A Friend’
‘Daylight’