'One thing that's really special to me about this album is that it's the first one that I will own,' the singer told Robin Roberts on 'GMA.'
While Taylor Swift was a bit shy about reciting lyrics to her seventh album, Lover, during a sit down with Robin Roberts on Good Morning America on Thursday morning (Aug. 22), there was one thing she wasn't reticent to divulge.
"Quoting them like a poet, I don't know. I think that would be a little...one thing about this album that's really special to me is that it's the first one that I will own of my work," Swift told Roberts, a reference to the fact that she will have control of the masters of Lover, which will drop on Friday (Aug. 23).
Swift's declaration about owning her seventh album masters drew a massive cheer from the Central Park audience, many of whom had been waiting for hours, some for days, to see their pop queen -- who helped them out the previous night by sending down some pizzas as they waited. "Which is a concept that they're very supportive of," Swift smiled of the Swifties' embrace of her ownership of Lover.