Every Time I Die and Taylor Swift

Every Time I Die lyrics appear in Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ album polaroid

Does this mean Swift is an ETID fan?

January 13, 2019
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Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley was in for quite the surprise after a Facebook post revealed that a line he wrote just so happened to appear in one of Taylor Swift‘s polaroids from her 1989 album.

Does this mean Swift is an ETID fan?

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If you bought Taylor Swift’s 1989 album you may recall that it came with some pretty cool extras, like 5 polaroids with hand written song lyrics on each of them.

There were 65 polaroids in total, but let’s be real, getting your hands on all 65 was pretty much impossible.

Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley just so happened to stumble across the right one as he ventured over to Facebook at an “ungodly hour” last night.

It seems that one of Swift’s polaroids contains a lyric Buckley wrote scribbled across the door that the songstress is sitting in front of.

The lyric “If you leave me/I’m coming with you” is from the Every Time I Die song “Buffalo 666”.

But it seems not everyone got that memo.

This had everyone questioning if Swift is indeed a fan of ETID or if the photographer played a part in the strategically placed lyrics.

It wouldn’t be the first time Taylor Swift appeared to be a fan of our scene. The pop icon loved The Academy is… and Boys Like Girls just as much as we did. She also happens to be a huge fan of Korn.

Do you think Taylor Swift is an Every Time I Die fan? Did you catch the ETID lyrics in the polaroid? Sound off in the comments below!

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Written by Whitney Shoemaker

Whitney is your definition of pop punk trash. If she's not jamming to State Champs or Grayscale, then she's probably out enjoying the finer things or working a show for Fearless Records as a Street Team Leader. She's a realist and an optimist, calling the city of Columbus her home. A huge fan of naps, Whitney often falls asleep in a city that doesn't. She's not hard to please, finding joy in discovering new bands or playing Everlong on the late night radio. Working at Alt Press and breaking ground in the music scene have always been a dream of hers, telling herself at an early age she was down for losing it all to make that happen! Now the weekend writer at AP, Whitney is prepared to be noticed and eager to contribute to the scene. If you catch her at a concert feel free to stick around, make small talk, or discuss her overuse of State Champs lyrics and song titles in her bio.