25 Profound Lyrics From Taylor Swift's Evermore to Use as Your Next Instagram Caption

It truly is the most wonderful time of the year, because out of nowhere, Taylor Swift just dropped her ninth studio album Evermore, and it's even better than we could have imagined.

The album—a sister record to Folklore—comes just two days before Taylor's birthday this year, and it is the ultimate gift that keeps on giving. If you're as obsessed as we are, keep reading for our 25 favorite Evermore lyrics to try as your next Instagram caption.

For when you're 1000% not over your ex:

"And seeing the shape of your name still spells out pain."



For when jealousy starts to rear its ugly head:

"If I wanted to know who you were hanging with while I was gone, I would have asked you."

-"'Tis the Damn Season"


For when someone is leading your heart around like a stray puppy:

"The more that you say, the less I know. Wherever you stray, I follow."





For reassuring yourself after that difficult breakup:

"There'll be happiness after you."



For reminiscing about the one who got away:

"One for the money, two for the show. I never was ready so I watch you go."

-"Champagne Problems"


For when you need to stop putting that person on a pedestal, but you can't:

"My mind turns your life into folklore."

-"Gold Rush"


For when you're daydreaming about that impossibly special someone:

"And he's passing by, rare as the glimmer of a comet in the sky."

-"Long Story Short"


For when you realize how much control someone had over you:

"Life was a willow and it bent right to your wind."



For when you get too caught up in the lives of gorgeous people:

"What must it be like to grow up that beautiful? With your hair falling into place like dominoes."
-"Gold Rush"


For when life goes on without that person who had to move on:

"This place is the same as it ever was, but you don't like it that way."



For when you set your sights on your biggest aspirations:

"Eyes full of stars hustling for the good life."

-"Cowboy Like Me"


For when conflict seems to track you down wherever you go:

"I tried to pick my battles 'til the battle picked me."

-"Long Story Short"


For the choice you wish you would have made:

"And the road not taken looks real good now."

-"'Tis the Damn Season"


For when you're hyper-focused on the actions of one person in particular:

"I notice everything you do or don't do."

-"Tolerate It"


For when you find yourself crushing on the same person as everyone else:

"Everybody wants you, everybody wonders what it would be like to love you."

-"Gold Rush"


For proving you've come back from a tough place:

"Yes, I got your letter. Yes, I'm doing better."



For when you keep drafting those texts you know you'll never send:

"Writing letters addressed to the fire."



For when you're still working toward your ultimate self:

"I haven't met the new me yet."



For when you feel like you've searched the world over for your soulmate:

"Break my soul in two looking for you."

-"Coney Island"


For when people only seem to miss you when they can't have you:

"I always felt I must look better in the rear view."

-"Long Story Short"


For when getting nostalgic only leads to heartbreak:

"I rewind the tape but all it does is pause on the very moment all was lost."



For when you've been socially distanced for way too long:

"A tiny screen's the only place I see you now."



For capturing that chilly winter photo:

"And it gets colder and colder when the sun goes down."

-"Coney Island"


For celebrating that person you're a little bit too into:

"I made you my temple, my mural, my sky."

-"Tolerate It"


For when things don't go precisely to plan:

"Long story short, it was a bad time."

-"Long Story Short"


Looking to channel your inner Taylor? Click HERE for our favorite Folklore lyrics to use as Instagram captions.