All of Taylor Swift’s Song Lyrics that Manifested Her Romance with Travis Kelce

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Taylor Swift is well-known for the easter eggs and details she includes in her songs and other creations, but did her lyrics help manifest her romance with Travis Kelce?



The pop star’s eagle-eyed Swifties gathered together a list of Swift’s lyrics from her many albums and songs that can surprisingly relate to Kelce and their relationship, and you may be shocked by their similarities.



A Swift fan on X (formerly known as Twitter) whose username is @BetttysCardigan compiled the evidence in Swift’s lyrics with the help of other fans and shared it on the site, writing, “Taylor Swift lyrics that manifested Taylor and Travis’s relationship.”

All of Taylor Swift's Song Lyrics that Manifested Her Romance with Travis Kelce



The thread started off with the lyrics “I’ll be 87; you’ll be 89,” from “Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)” from her self-titled album, noting that Kelce’s jersey number is 87, while both Swift and Kelce were born in 1989.

Next, Swift wrote “Knew he was a killer first time that I saw him” in “…Ready For It?” on Reputation. Referencing how Swift sings the line to make “killer” sound a bit like “killa,” fans highlighted how Kelce’s Instagram username is killatrav.



Fans brought together a lot of great connections, with the list including just under 20 examples. Another one is the line in “Cornelia Street” that says, “As if the streetlights pointed in an arrowhead leading us home,” with Kelce’s football team the Kansas City Chiefs’ hometown stadium called Arrowhead Stadium.

This line was pointed out by fans earlier due to the strangely direct connection to the name.



In “Begin Again,” Swift wrote, “But on a Wednesday in a café I watched it begin again,” while the New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce episode in which Kelce talked about trying to give Swift his number—which arguably led to their relationship—was published Wednesday, July 26.

Fans also connected “The Archer” to Kelce’s signature arrow football pose, which they say is “almost identical” to choreography from Swift’s tour for the song. She also references a football player in “Stay Stay Stay” in the line, “That’s when you came in wearing a football helmet and said, ‘Okay, let’s talk.’”



All of Taylor Swift's Song Lyrics that Manifested Her Romance with Travis Kelce

One lyric that seems to really relate to both Swift and Kelce’s relationship and the media buzz around it is in “Mean.” The line is, “And I can see you years from now in a bar, talking over a football game with that same big loud opinion, but nobody’s listening,” with the fan explaining, “All of the people hating on Taylor can’t even avoid her anymore because she’s shown all over the NFL now.”

There are quite a few other possible connections from Swift’s lyrics to her relationship with Kelce included in the fan-created list, and there might be even more that Swifties highlight as time goes on. For now, Swift’s fans are enjoying seeing the singer happy as her relationship with Kelce blossoms.

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