Taylor Swift's Song 'Dress' From 'Reputation' Made Her Father Blush

The singer's fans reveal more details from the album listening parties.

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If there's one thing you need to know about Taylor Swift it's that the old Taylor is dead. That's right. And if you didn't believe her the first time, new details from her brand-spanking-new album 'Reputation' are going to prove it to you.

First is the news that this album contains the first ever swear word from the ex-country darling.

In track number three, named, 'I Did Something Bad', the lyrics read, 'If a man talks sh** then owe him nothing / I don't regret it one bit because he had it coming'.

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Kanye, anyone?

And this isn't only track in which things aren't totally PG.

Track 12 is all about a secret love affair, with hidden kisses and stolen glances across a crowded room. It's also about doing the dirty, the lyrics reading, 'I don't want you like a best friend / Only bought this dress so you could take it off, take it off / Carve your name into my bedpost.'

Ding dong, any guesses who it's about?

Well, it's about someone she met whilst she had bleached hair and they had a buzz cut ('Your buzzcut, and my hair bleached'). Swift had peroxide blonde hair in 2016, the same time Alwyn had a buzzcut for his film, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk.

The whole track is pretty steamy. So steamy, in fact, that her own father blushed and had to leave the room at the listening party.

Another fan said Mr Swift covered his ears, and another said he blushed all the way through it.

To be honest, we're with Tay's Dad on this one.

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