Packed around previously released songs like "Welcome To New York," "Style," "Out Of The Woods" and lead single "Shake It Off" are a couple of as-yet unannounced titles: "Blank Space," "Wildest Dreams," "How You Get The Girl," "This Love," "I Know Places" and "Clean."
The track list also confirms that all of the tracks that the 24-year-old singer teased in her Rolling Stone cover story last month have made the final cut.
"All You Had To Do Was Stay" is about a commitment-phobic lover (the RS feature suggested Taylor's ex, Harry Styles), and "I Wish You Would" centers on a former flame who buys a home mere blocks from Swift's own (again, the mag pointed to the One Direction member.)
Perhaps the most anticipated track on the album is "Bad Blood," which Taylor told RS is about a female musician who she claims "tried to sabotage [her] entire arena tour." Now, the two are "straight-up enemies," Taylor said.
Media speculation almost immediately landed on Katy Perry, who tweeted a "Mean Girls"-referencing message ("Watch out for the Regina George in sheep's clothing...") not long after the cover story hit the Internet. Still, no official confirmation or denial has been given by other pop star's camp.
Look for Taylor Swift's fifth studio album, 1989, when it's released on October 27 -- that is, if your eyes didn't, like, roll outta your head just now at the sight of this glorious track list.