Swifties, being the amazing little detectives that they are, have already come up with some wild theories about the songs, but the one that's really sticking out is that number 15, "New Years Day", is about her being engaged to Joe Alwyn.
Say what now?
Fans believe that Taylor will announce her engagement to Joe on New Years Day... for some reason.
But that's not the only theory going around about that song. Nope. And would you believe the next one is a #Haylor theory?
According to Cosmopolitan, "New Year's Day" could be a reference to Taylor and Harry Styles' breakup during the end of 2012.
The couple were spotted together in October of that year, and had planned to celebrate New Years Eve together in the British Virgin Islands.
However, we all remember that Taylor ended up flying back to U.S. three days early, and a source told The Daily Mail at the time, "they were on holiday and had an almighty row," which is why they broke up.
And, we ALL remember the photo of Taylor looking very sad on a boat.
However, our favourite theory about her album and the way it has been presented isn't about any one of her relationships at all. Instead, about Taylor and the way she is portrayed in the media.
"I love that the track list is printed on the left side of her face as opposed to the right on the cover: her side of the story vs. The media's #Reputation #Reputationtracklist," one fan wrote.
That girl doesn't miss a beat! Taylor's new album Reputation drops November 10th.
This article previously appeared on Girlfriend.