Taylor Swift dropped her sixth studio album, Reputation, late Thursday night, just slightly ahead of its November 10 midnight release. Three months of mysterious buildup paid off when, as soon as it hit download services, fans took聽to social media with their praise, insight, and straight-up screaming over their idol鈥檚 first new music in three years.

Along with the songs we鈥檝e already heard 鈥 鈥淟ook What You Made Me Do,鈥 鈥溾eady for It?,鈥 鈥淕orgeous,鈥 and 鈥淐all It What You Want鈥 鈥 Reputation has an additional 11 tracks to analyze, with lyrics previously theorized to be about her time away from the spotlight, her feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, and her reported boyfriend Joe Alwyn. Below, we take a look at what 鈥 and who 鈥 people think every song is about.

1. 鈥溾eady for It?鈥: The second single, 鈥溾eady for It?鈥 was a total 180 from the revenge-fueled first single, 鈥淟WYMMD.鈥 Fans immediately latched onto lyrics like, 鈥淵ounger than my exes but he act like such a man, though,鈥 to support their theory that the song is a tribute to Swift鈥檚 reported BF Joe Alwyn. And while the music video depicted a battle between two different Taylors, it was also filled with hidden messages, including the name 鈥淛oseph鈥 and the year 鈥1991鈥 spelled out in Chinese characters in the background.

2. 鈥淓nd Game (Featuring Ed Sheeran and Future)鈥: Swift delves into her public persona (one of the album鈥檚 main themes) and further explores a mystery romantic relationship in the album鈥檚 second track, which features the first of many uses of the album鈥檚 title, 鈥渞eputation.鈥 Here, she sings some pretty telling lines about her 鈥渆nemies鈥 (and maybe exes?): 鈥淚 bury hatchets, but I keep maps of where I put 鈥檈m/Reputation precedes me, they told you I鈥檓 crazy/I swear I don鈥檛 love the drama, it loves me.鈥 She also details a conversation with someone about their 鈥渂ig reputations,鈥 saying they 鈥渨ould be a big conversation鈥 鈥 but, as fans pointed out, Alwyn is still a relatively up-and-coming actor. Could it be about Calvin Harris? Tom Hiddleston? Whoever it is, she wants to be their 鈥渆nd game.鈥

3. 鈥淚 Did Something Bad鈥: No one is safe from Swift鈥檚 scorn in the album鈥檚 third track. 鈥淭hey鈥檙e burning all the witches, even if you aren鈥檛 one/They got their pitchforks and proof, their receipts and reasons,鈥 she sings of her 鈥淔amous鈥 feud with West and Kardashian. She also seems to drag Calvin Harris over their messy breakup and the 鈥淣ils Sjoberg鈥 songwriting scandal of summer 鈥16, singing, 鈥淚f a man talks sh*t, then I owe him nothing/I don鈥檛 regret it one bit, 鈥檆ause he had it coming.鈥 Some fans think she could also be referencing her short-lived and very public rebound relationship with Tom Hiddleston when she sings, 鈥淚 never trust a playboy, but they love me/So I fly them all around the world, and I let them think they saved me.鈥 Shade all around.

4. 鈥淒on鈥檛 Blame Me鈥: Swift sings an intense love song to Joe Alwyn here, telling him, 鈥淔or you, I would cross the line, I would waste my time, I would lose my mind鈥y drug is my baby/I鈥檒l be usin鈥 for the rest of my life,鈥 while also giving a sly nod to her battle with the media 鈥 and tackling her oft-accused victim complex head on 鈥 in the title.

5.鈥淒elicate鈥: Swift dives right into why her relationship with Alwyn means so much to her in the first line of 鈥淒elicate.鈥 鈥淢y reputation鈥檚 never been worse, so you must like me for me,鈥 she sings. It could also be a nod to her short-lived infatuation with Hiddleston, as she references the casual nature and newness of the relationship. 鈥淲e can鈥檛 make/Any promises now, can we, babe?/But you can make me a drink鈥s it cool that I said all that?/Is it chill that you鈥檙e in my head?/鈥機ause I know that it鈥檚 delicate.鈥

6. 鈥淟ook What You Made Me Do鈥: The first single that Tay released back in August needs no introduction. It skewers the Wests, her exes, Katy Perry, her badass symbolic sexual assault lawsuit, her squad, and yes 鈥 even herself. While it doesn鈥檛 exactly set the entire tone for the album, it was exactly the message the superstar wanted to send for her comeback, for better or worse.

7. 鈥淪o It Goes鈥︹: Here, Swift sings, 鈥淵ou know I鈥檓 not a bad girl but I do bad things with you,鈥 and talks about 鈥渟cratches down your back now,鈥 making this sound like it could have come from her Fifty Shades Darker writing sessions. She sings about meeting the subject in a bar, and while diehard Swifties are dead-set on this being an album of love songs about Alwyn and ONLY Alwyn, others think this one could be about Harry Styles. Hmmm鈥

8.鈥淕orgeous鈥: The third single released prior to Reputation鈥榮 release was a shift in tone, going from dark and edgy to bubbly and lovesick. Most immediately assumed it was another song about falling in love with Brit actor Alwyn, thanks to ambiguous lyrics about an accent (鈥淵ou should take it as a compliment/That I got drunk and made fun of the way you talk鈥) and their ages (鈥淚 got a boyfriend, he鈥檚 older than us/He鈥檚 in the club doing I don鈥檛 know what鈥), though some have questioned whether it鈥檚 ACTUALLY about meeting Hiddleston while she was still dating Harris. Swifties maintain it is 鈥100 percent about her angel boyfriend of one year,鈥 as they were allegedly told to say at her secret album listening sessions.

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9. 鈥淕etaway Car鈥: 鈥淕etaway Car鈥 is a song about a romance 鈥 maybe even a calculated one 鈥 that鈥檚 doomed from the start. Swift even sings about needing a reason to leave someone and admits she 鈥渄idn鈥檛 mean it鈥 with the one driving her getaway car. Ouch. This one has Hiddleswift written all over it.

10. 鈥淜ing of My Heart鈥: Swit swears off relationships in 鈥淜ing of My Heart鈥 before meeting 鈥渢he one I have been waiting for.鈥 She calls herself his 鈥淎merican queen鈥 (Alwyn鈥檚 British) and even throws shade at her exes, the 鈥渂oys with their expensive cars/Their Range Rovers and their Jaguars.鈥 (Harris owns a Range Rover and Hiddleston a Jaguar. Burn.)

11.鈥淒ancing With Our Hands Tied鈥: Though it starts with an allusion to meeting someone when they were 25 鈥 the age Alwyn was when their relationship started in 2016 鈥 this song also refers to someone in the past tense: 鈥淚鈥檇 kiss you as the lights went out/Swaying as the room burned down/I鈥檇 hold you as the water rushes in/If I could dance with you again.鈥 Some fans think it could be about Styles, but the mention of a locket also has people wondering if it鈥檚 about Harris. (He gave her a locket for their one-year anniversary). Either way, Swift is clearly aware of the pressure that public attention can put on a relationship, and once again sings as if it鈥檚 doomed from the start.

12.鈥淒ress鈥: Fans who attended the secret Reputation listening sessions reported that the singer鈥檚 parents had to leave the room during this song, and now we know why. Swift is more plainspoken about her sex life than she鈥檚 ever been, singing, 鈥淥nly bought this dress so you could take it off/Carve your name into my bedpost.鈥 Fans have no doubt this one is about Alwyn, and even think she鈥檚 hinting that they met as far back as the 2016 Met Gala 鈥 which is also where she met Hiddleston. 鈥淔lashback when you met me/Your buzzcut and my hair bleached,鈥 she sings (Alwyn sported a close-cropped cut for filming at the time).

13. 鈥淭his Is Why We Can鈥檛 Have Nice Things鈥: This one is a blatant Kanye West diss track. 鈥淔riends don鈥檛 try to trick you/Get you on phone and mind-twist you,鈥 she sings, detailing how the Kimye feud derailed her picturesque, 鈥淕atsby鈥-like life.

14. 鈥淐all It What You Want鈥: Swift鈥檚 time out of the spotlight gets the ballad treatment, as she sings about her reputation taking a hit 鈥 and her BF loving her through it anyway. Fans have pointed out how happy Swift sounds in this track, not only because she鈥檚 in love, but because she came out on the other side of a media storm and learned to not care about what other people think.

15. 鈥淣ew Year鈥檚 Day鈥: On the album鈥檚 closing track, Swift pays tribute to the real deal 鈥 the person who鈥檚 there for you when the party, or the glitz and glamour, ends. Because it wraps up an album of love songs most likely about her current BF Alwyn, it鈥檚 easy to read it as her settling into a life of domestic bliss with him. But not everyone is convinced, and some fans think there are hints that it could be about Styles. The New Year鈥檚 Eve Times Square kiss, the trip in a taxi, the Polaroids, their breakup shortly after New Year鈥檚. Hmmm. Either way, the lyrics 鈥淗old on to the memories/They will hold onto you,鈥 set to the plaintive piano ballad, are a beautiful way for the album to end 鈥 and emotional Swifties would agree.

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