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Every Horny Lyric In "The Tortured Poets Department" About Taylor's Sex Life

When you think of a Taylor Swift song, the word “raunchy” isn’t usually one that immediately comes to mind. Sure, she sings a lot about lovers and romance, but it’s usually about how in love she feels or how devastatingly heartbroken she is. But in The Tortured Poets Department, you see a few sides of Taylor you’ve never seen before. I mean, the album has multiple explicit songs on it. And yes, we get to hear Taylor say “fuck” quite a few times.

But aside from dropping a few “f” and “b” bombs, Taylor also gets a little risque with some choices on her album. I mean, the woman is basically shading Kim Kardashian by name, so we already know that she’s pretty ballsy — and this pretty much shows through her lyrics too. Okay, we’re not quite at “WAP” level sex lyrics just yet, but for Taylor? Some of these lyrics push the envelope a bit. Did we need to know how horny she was for Matty Healy? Probably not, but we should know by now that everything we learn about celebrities’ sex lives will be against our will. 

Here are all the TTPD songs with sex references for all you horny Swifties out there. 

TTPD Songs With Sex References

But Daddy, I Love Him: “Bedroom eyes like a remedy.” 

I’m trying not to think too hard about who she’s singing about, but we all know this look.

Guilty As Sin: “What if he’s written ‘Mine’ on my upper thigh only in my mind?”

Taylor, I’m severely blushing rn!

The Black Dog: “In the shower, and remember how my rain-soaked body / Was shaking, do you hate me?” 

Okay, I can do without the “do you hate me?” but shower sex? I can get on board with that.

So High School: “Then pull me to the backsеat (Backseat) / No one’s evеr had me (Had me), not like you.”

Ah, good ole’ backseat-of-the-car sex. A classic.

The Manuscript: “He said that if the sex was half as good as the conversation was / Soon they’d be pushin’ strollers.”

My jaw literally dropped. If someone said this about my sex life I’d never recover.

Syeda Khaula Saad
Syeda Khaula Saad
Syeda Khaula Saad is a sex & dating writer at Betches despite not remembering the last time she was in a relationship. Just take her word for it.