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Stevie Nicks Pens Poem for Taylor Swift’s ‘Tortured Poets Department’

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Stevie Nicks Pens Poem for Taylor Swift's 'Tortured Poets Department'

Followers who received their fingers on the bodily copies of Taylor Swift‘s new album The Tortured Poets Division obtained an additional shock when the challenge arrived Friday (April 19) — a passage written by the OG tortured poet Stevie Nicks.

The Fleetwood Mac frontwoman penned a poem devoted to Swift, as printed contained in the CD casings of the 16-track file. “He was in love along with her/ Or a minimum of she thought so,” it reads. “She was damaged hearted/ Perhaps he was too/ Neither of them knew.”

“He actually can’t reply her,” the textual content, dated Sept. 13, continues. “He’s afraid of her/ He’s hiding from her/ And he is aware of — that he’s hurting her/ She tells the reality/ She writes about it/ She’s an informer/ He’s an x-lover/ There’s nothing there for her/ She’s already gone.”

Nicks devoted the poem, “For T — and me…”

The contribution from the “Fringe of Seventeen” singer comes hand in hand with the shoutout Swift gave Nicks on the Tortured Poets closing observe, “Clara Bow.” “You appear to be Stevie Nicks in ’75, the hair and lips,” the pop star sings on the finale. “The group goes wild at her fingertips/ Half moonshinе, a full eclipse.”

In a while within the music, the “Anti-Hero” artist turns the road on its head — “You appear to be Taylor Swift
on this mild, we’re loving it/ You’ve received edge, she by no means did.”

The 2 stars’ shock partnership with Tortured Poets comes after Nicks praised Swift’s Midnights observe “You’re On Your Personal, Child,” final yr. When Fleetwood Mac bandmate Christine McVie handed away in November 2022, the “Landslide” icon took consolation within the youthful star’s lyrics, she revealed.

“Thanks to Taylor Swift for doing a favor for me, and that’s, writing a music referred to as ‘You’re on Your Personal, Child,’” Nicks stated at one in every of her concert events. “That’s the unhappiness of how I really feel.”

Learn Stevie Nicks poem for Tortured Poets beneath.

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