Taylor Swift has released the first line of his ‘Midnights’ lyrics Reveals

Taylor swift 10th music

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Taylor swift 10th music album is just some days away from his fans. the pop star has more fantastic planned leading up to his music album release. His fans had the sweet taste of Midnight with a small surprise at midnight Monday morning Oct 17, 2022. When the single line of his music lyrics appreciated in a very major spot:
On a giant billboard in New York City’s Times Square.

Taylor Swift

At twelve on the dot,
at on twelve o clock on the dot, That musical scene was filled with clouds and dark that took over the massive billboard. At the top place. There were a read “Taylor Swift midnights.” Just below his first set of music lyrics: “I should not be left to my own devices.”

When the clock hours reached midnight in NYC, His partner Spotify has give a caption to the music album’s first video, and the #TSMidnighTS music album made Its first appearance. Where to next?

This music lyrics reveal is in the partnership with music streaming platform Spotify. According to the famous music streaming platform Spotify, Some more music lyrics will come in this week. With a different step to be unveiled on the billboards in new cities all over the world.

Taylor swift 10th music albums plans

The music lyrics snippet displayed on the billboard wasn’t everything Taylor swift shared with his fans. Swift has also shared plans about his 13-set of albums .comming Thursday with the third quarter of the NFL game on the prime video streaming network will be the music teaser trailer at the same time.

After three hours of release his music album on October 21. swift teases will be a special very fantastic surprise.
One more music video has not been in publically .it will be coming on 25 October.

Follow the below 👇 link for his first lyric reveal.


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