Is Harry Styles’ album track Two Ghosts about Taylor Swift?

"Same lips red, same eyes blue."

Harry styles Today show

by Hannah Mellin |
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Whilst we all sit and wait very patiently for Harry Edward Styles to drop his hotly anticipated debut solo album on Friday, we're keeping very busy analysing his every move, song lyrics and watching his Today show appearances over and over again (Stockholm Syndrome anyone? Nostalgic af.)

Harry styles Today show

Harry chucked his really-rather-aesthetically-appealing artwork and track listing on the internet for us weeks ago and we've been obsessing over it ever since.

ICYMI, here's the full tracklist:

  1. Meet Me in the Hallway

  2. Sign of the Times

  3. Carolina

  4. Two Ghosts

  5. Sweet Creature

  6. Only Angel

  7. Kiwi

  8. Ever Since New York

  9. Woman

10.From the Dining Table

And yesterday, we all freaked out when Apple a teaser of Harry Styles: Behind the Album, that promises to be an 'in-depth look at the making of his first solo album' with the MAN HIMSELF.

Aside from falling in love with the arty af shots of Harry doing what he does best, eagled eyed fans have been wondering whether the track Two Ghosts may be inspired by Harry's brief relationship with the one and only Taylor Swift.

The preview clip features a shot of Harry's hand writing lyrics down in a notebook and of course, fans quickly zoomed in on the image to see what it was all about.

The notebook appears to show the lyrics of "Two Ghosts," and they appear to read:

'Same lips, red. Same eyes, blue/Same white shirt, couple more tattoos.'

A response to Taylor's 1989 track 'Style'? Maybe? We mean, the lyrics are VERY similar...?


After years of speculation, Harry recently opened up in depth about his relationship with Taylor in his extremely honest interview with Rolling Stone, admitting that 'certain things don't work out.'

"There's a lot of things that can be right, and it's still wrong. In writing songs about stuff like that, I like tipping a hat to the time together. You're celebrating the fact it was powerful and made you feel something, rather than 'this didn't work out, and that's bad."

Can it be Friday now pls?

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