Songs on Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’ album that speak to Seattle

The feelings are mutual.

The album cover of Taylor Swift's "Midnights" showing Taylor looking at a flame in the foreground

Taylor Swift’s new album gives off plenty of angsty “Big Dark” vibes.

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Start swooning, Seattle — Taylor Swift is heading to town next July on “The Eras Tour.”

While you work out those keyboard reflexes for when tickets go sale Tues., Nov. 15, let’s belt out some of her tunes. There are plenty of parallels between “Midnights” lyrics and Seattle that might catch your attention. It’s like she’s singing just for us.

🎶 “And I’m a monster on the hill, too big to hang out” (“Anti-hero”) 🎶 | Clearly, this is the Fremont Troll feeling that Seattle Freeze.

🎶 “Lately I’ve been dressing for revenge” (Vigilante Sh*t”) 🎶 | We’d like to think Pete Carroll sings this every time he pulls on the windbreaker. Who needs Russell whatshisface, anyhow?

🎶 “I just wanna stay in that lavender haze” (“Lavender Haze”) 🎶 | While lavender season is over, you can still find dried remnants at local shops like Swansons.

🎶 “Cause he was sunshine, I was midnight rain” (Midnight Rain”) 🎶 | Just look up — this is our theme song.

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