"Peace" is a love song in which Taylor Swift sings of her devotion to her partner, Joe Alwyn. But I'm a fire and I'll keep your brittle heart warm If your cascade, ocean wave blues come The lyric is similar to one on the Reputation track "Gorgeous" where Swift talks about Alwyn's "ocean blue eyes looking in mine."
Swift hopes her passion will compensate for her shortcomings in a relationship. Her heart has been broken in the past, leaving her feeling vulnerable and fearing commitment. I never had the courage of my convictions As long as danger is near Also, because of her superstar status, she cannot offer a quiet, ordinary life. And it's just around the corner, darlin' 'Cause it lives in me No, I could never give you peace Swift's 1989 song "I Know Places" is along the same lines. That track is about the difficulties in carrying on a relationship when the paparazzi are following them around.
Swift makes a subtle dig at two of her nemesis in the second verse. But there's robbers to the east, clowns to the west Swift felt robbed after New Yorker Scooter Braun acquired the masters to her first six albums. The songstress has also had an ongoing feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian over the rapper's "Famous" lyrics. The accompanying lyric video implies Swift directed the lines at Kanye since they capitalize "West" but not "east."
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