Did TAYLOR SWIFT Quote EVERY TIME I DIE On Her Album, 1989?
You never know what rabbit hole you might go down browsing social media late at night. For Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley, he found out he was referenced on the 2014 Taylor Swift album 1989.
As MetalSucks explains it, the physical version of the album came with five polaroids that had a photo of Swift with lyrics underneath. There were 65 possible different Polaroids, and one of them feature Swift sitting in front of a door that's tagged with Every Time I Die lyrics.
The lyric is from the Every Time I Die song “Buffalo 666” – “If you leave me, I’m coming with you.” The song is a bonus track on New Junk Aesthetic, released in 2009.
with no friends posting at this ungodly hour I was forced to look at FB where I learned that a line I wrote is written on the door in a Taylor Swift Polaroid pic.twitter.com/xIoyg6WSpt
— keith buckley (@deathoftheparty) January 12, 2019
How Swift got a copy of the album or if it's just a huge coincidence, we will never know. Swift is allegedly a "huge" Korn fan, so maybe she enjoys some hard rock every once in a while.