Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’ credits reveal writers including Zoë Kravitz and Joe Alwyn
The song “Out Of The Woods” also contains the lyrics “If you want to get into my good graces / Then don’t mess with my baby”
The former ‘Idol’ finalists Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn shared credit for the song.
Alwyn is also a co-writer of the song.
Taylor Swift, 19, has been criticised for not making full use of credits for songs she has written.
When the 19-year-old was 17, she won the first season of the American Idol, becoming the youngest winner of a singing competition.
A year later, she released her self-titled album, which was also the first of five albums she would release.
On her Twitter account, which has seen more than 20,000 followers, she included a link to her social media profiles for her songs. She has now shared two, with one saying “I’m so lucky to have the greatest support system in the world. I never want to lose that. I will always love writing, I will always love recording, I will always love making music, I will always love touring / performing, I will always love the world/I’ll always love it even if it breaks / and I’ll love being your fan.”
Swift has also credited other writers for some of her songs.
According to the Daily Mail, she posted a link to her Twitter account, which showed a list that included Zoë Kravitz, who has worked with Swift on several songs including the Grammy-winning “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”; and British songwriting legend Joe Alwyn.
A tweet by the Daily Mail was later removed from her account, though it was later confirmed by the singer that she had included the lyric “if you want to get into my good graces / then don’t mess with my baby” from the song “Midn