Of course, this also means that fans can get very...imaginative...with their theories. Some of them absolutely fall flat (ahem, Woodvale), but others actually end up coming true. Let's take a look at the smartest theories which actually were real predictions.
Midnights is a wild ride of an album and I couldn’t be happier that my co pilot on this adventure was @jackantonoff. He’s my friend for life (presumptuous I know but I stand by it) and we’ve been making music together for nearly a decade HOWEVER…https://t.co/jjqUNkGSme
For her first five records, up to 1989, Taylor hid secret messages in the lyric booklets of each album. Fans figured it out pretty quickly, but this was back in 2006 and 2008 before these types of "Easter eggs" would go viral around the internet.
In the lyrics for each song, random letters were capitalized — put them together, and they formed a phrase. It became a cute little message to fans to help them understand each song a little deeper. For example, the hidden message for "Love Story" was "someday I'll find this" and the one for "All Too Well" was "maple latte."
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