Taylor Swift's 'The Man' Lyric Video Is on the Way

Taylor Swift, Golden Globe Awards

Taylor Swift attends the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 5, 2020 in Beverly Hills, Calif. 

Taylor Swift's fan-favorite Lover cut, "The Man," is at last getting a lyric video, and the songstress announced that the clip will be arriving on Friday (Feb. 7) at noon EST.

The seven-second preview shows the powerful click-clacking of an animated woman's heels as she struts down a hallway. It fits well for the song, which highlights the gender double standard she's experienced in the music industry and beyond. “I’m so sick of running as fast as I can / Wondering if I’d get there quicker if I was a man,” she proclaims in the chorus.

“There is a bit of a damned-if-we-do, damned-if-we-don’t thing happening in music, and that’s why when I can, like, sit and talk and be like ‘Yeah, this sucks for me too,’ that feels good," Swift recently told Billboard of the tune. "When I go online and hear the stories of my fans talking about their experience in the working world, or even at school — the more we talk about it, the better off we’ll be. And I wanted to make it catchy for a reason — so that it would get stuck in people’s heads, [so] they would end up with a song about gender inequality stuck in their heads. And for me, that’s a good day.”

See the preview below, and catch the full "The Man" lyric video when it drops tomorrow.