Taylor Swift and Brendon Urie Co-Write “Look What You Made Me Do”

Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’ credits reveal writers including Zoë Kravitz and Joe Alwyn

The “Blank Space” hitsmaker has co-“written” a number of films including “The Fault in Our Stars” and “The Fault in Our Stars: The Musical”

We are now one week away from the release of the highly anticipated new single “Look What You Made Me Do,” from Taylor Swift and Brendon Urie’s upcoming film adaptation of John Irving’s The Cider House Rules. Swift’s new song is the only feature on the record, which is produced by Swift herself and appears as both the lead single and the first single on the album. Swift has also credited two other writers on the song: The Kravitz brothers (Zoë + Joe) for lyrics and music; and Brian Lanois for “all vocal arrangements and lyrics”.

And despite the massive success of Swift’s first single, “Blank Space”, she has also “written” at least one other song.

“My co-writer,” Zoë Kravitz, who has co-written “The Fault in Our Stars” and “The Fault In Our Stars: The Musical” and has also written the “Battleships” album, tweeted her thanks to Swift after their collaboration.

Here’s the short lyrics to Taylor Swift’s latest single “Look What You Made Me Do,” starring Brendon Urie and Taylor Swift: “My co-writer Zoë Kravitz, we were just working together on this song a few weeks ago. I’m so excited for it to be on the record and for the world to hear it.”

Here’s the full video from the song:

According to Swift’s Twitter, Taylor Swift and Brendon Urie are co-writing together for the third time now.

“They both wrote a song together and the third time they’ve collaborated on a song! Which makes me happy, because I usually don’t collaborate with anyone but them! So excited for the world to hear this song.”

This time she did it with Kravitz, who is best known for her work as the lyricist on Swift’s hit track “Blank Space.”

However, Kravitz said that Swift didn’t choose the name of the

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