Taylor Swift Laughs During ‘Dating the Boy on the Football Team’ Line in ‘Fifteen,’ Premieres ‘The Prophecy’ Live in Lyon

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Lyon France June 2 2024

Taylor Swift carries out at Groupama Stadium on June 2, 2024 in Lyon, France.

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Taylor Swift had a little bit of a laugh with the group in Lyon, France, when she sang a verse regarding just how she’s predestined to do “greater things” than day a football gamer, from her tune “Fifteen.” The track was created when she was still a teenager and initially launched back in 2008.

Swift played a piano mashup of the traditional Fearless track with the extra current “You’re on Your Own, Kid,” from 2022’s Midnights, throughout the acoustic area of her performance Sunday evening (June 2). This is the component of the program where Swift alters the collection listing at each day.

On Sunday, when Swift got to the component of “Fifteen” where she recalls at her senior high school years from with the eyes of somebody that’s been with it, followers significantly responded to her option to sing “in your life you’ll do things greater than dating the boy on the football team” now– given that the pop celebrity has actually remained in a prominent connection with NFL gamer Travis Kelce, limited end for theKansas City Chiefs

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Swift took the response in stride with a fast smile and laugh onSunday

She located wit in the “boy on the football team” minute after the evening’s shock guitar efficiency, throughout which “The Prophecy” had its online launching. The tune– located on The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology— is a psychologically hefty one that took a fascinating turn with the point of view from Evermore‘s “Long Story Short,” with Swift swirling her writing with each other in a collection of both jobs.

“Some nights like tonight I try out playing a song that I’ve never played live before,” the Tortured Poets singer-songwriter introduced in advance of “The Prophecy.” (Swift holds constant atNo 1 on the Billboard 200 cds chart with Poets, thus far investing 6 successive weeks in the leading area.)

“I looked to the sky and said, please/ I’ve been on my knees/ Change the prophecy/ Don’t want money/ Just someone who wants my company/ Let it once be me/ Who do I have to speak to/ About if they can redo/ The prophecy?” Swift sings in the carolers of “The Prophecy.”

In “Long Story Short,” she informs herself, “Past me, I wanna tell you not to get lost in these petty things/ Your nemeses will defeat themselves before you get the chance to swing/ And he’s passing by, rare as the glimmer of a comet in the sky/ And he feels like home/ If the shoe fits, walk in it everywhere you go.”

Watch clips of Sunday evening’s shock tune efficiencies listed below. Catch up with the total listing of tunes played throughout the acoustic area of The Eras Tour below.



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