There may only be one week left before Taylor Swift‘s highly anticipated new album, Reputation, is out, but the singer is about to unleash yet another song from the record. The 27-year-old teased the midnight release of a track titled “Call it What You Want” on Twitter on Thursday morning (Nov. 2) via a type-written note that appeared to have some of the song’s lyrics on it.
“Holding my breath/ Slowly I said/ ‘You don’t need to save me…” reads the card that features the title in handwritten red letters across the middle and the words “But would you run away with me?” … “Yes” underneath.
Call It What You Want. Midnight Eastern. pic.twitter.com/nTmlQUzmFN
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) November 2, 2017
No other information about the song was available at press time, but it marks the fourth song Swifties will hear from the singer’s upcoming sixth studio album, due out on Nov. 10. So far we’ve heard “Look What You Made Me Do” — which debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100, as well as “Ready For It” and “Gorgeous.”
The Swift-alanche of material continues on AT&T’s video platforms (DirecTV NOW, DirecTV (Channel 1113) and U-Verse (Channel 1501), where fans with AT&T subscriptions can tap into “The Making of a Song” series, which chronicles the making of Reputation.