Taylor Swift Releases 'Reputation' Track List After It Leaks Online And It's Everything We Always Wanted

The song titles are very telling.

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With her sixth studio album Reputation scheduled to drop on Friday 10 November, Taylor Swift has been forced to release its track list after it unexpectedly leaked online last night.

Earlier this morning, the 27-year-old posted a black and white close-up image of herself with the track list, featuring hits such 'Ready For It?', 'Gorgeous' and 'Call It What You Want'.

3 days until #reputation

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She captioned the post: '3 days until #reputation.'

The singer's announcement came shortly after identical photos of the album and the backside of its cover art surfaced on the internet.

From the looks of it, Reputation will be the singer's second-longest album behind her 2012 album Red with a whopping 15 tracks in total.

3 days until #reputation

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Taylor's BFF Ed Sheeran and rapper Future also feature as artists on the single 'End Game', while her friend Jack Antonoff is listed as a producer on the album.

Other track titles include 'I Did Something Bad,' 'Don't Blame Me,' 'Delicate,' and 'Dancing With Our Hands Tied.'

And yes, we're already coming up with many a theory as to the meaning behind such intruiging track titles.

Of course, it didn't take long before Swift's fans learned of the singer's track list release.

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Swift's post comes days after one of her lawyer's was reprimanded by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) after demanding a blogger remove and retract an article suggesting the the singer is an icon of white supremacists.

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