Taylor Swifts new single, "Look What You Made Me Do", is surely generating lots of buzz with its darker tone that could potentially unnerve the pop star’s loyal fans. Swifts unmistakable intention to shed off her old skin and image is clear in her song’s lyric, which declared that the old Taylor is dead.

However, when it comes to singing about people who wronged her, the old Taylor is very much alive and strong.

With all the song’s hints and references about who, this time, are the people subject to Taylor Swift’s revenge, one line will certainly catch the attention of Game of Thrones fans the world over.

Taylor Swift got her list of names too, just like Arya.

Arya Stark’s list

If you happen to be one of those people who proudly declare that you don’t watch “Game of Thrones,” Arya Stark is a vengeful character hell bent to kill a number of persons who wronged her and murdered members of her family.

She has a mental list of names of those she would kill and she repeatedly recites these before she sleeps.

In the lyrics of Look What You Made Me Do, Swift sang, “I’ve got a list of names and yours is in red underlined. I check it once, then I check it twice, oh!” Pretty much similar.

“Game of Thrones” may be better off having a cameo from a dark and vengeful Taylor Swift instead of a sunny and sweet Ed Sheeran.

Swift could then compare notes with Arya reciting names like Kanye, Kim, Katy, and that somebody who groped her.

Taylor Swift’s list

"Look What You Made Me Do" has plenty of references and clues about who Taylor Swift’s enemies this time around. Most believe the song is obviously referring to Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, and Katy Perry.

The ongoing spat between her and Kanye West is in connection with the lyric from West's song, Famous, which said "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/ Why? I made that bitch famous." Taylor was certainly not happy about it.

Kim Kardashian, Kanye’s wife, later released via SnapChat, a recorded phone conversation between Kanye and Taylor which made it appear that Swift approved of the lyrics.

Meanwhile, Taylor’s beef with Katy Perry is connected with their row over Taylor’s backup dancers who allegedly left Swift while on tour to join Katy Perry.

So we got to hear Swift singing “…all I think about is karma / And then the world moves on, but one thing's for sure / Maybe I got mine, but you'll all get yours."

Sales off to a great start

The “new Taylor” is certainly a cause for concern for many fans but initial figures for the Swift’s new single are looking just great.

According to Billboard, "Look What You Made Me Do" “sold more downloads in a single day than any song has sold in a week in the past six months.”

Figures from Nielsen Music showed that the song sold about 200,000 downloads when it was released commercially last Friday.

With that sales numbers, may be the old Taylor can very well rest in peace.