Taylor Swift returning from her 3-year music hiatus is definitely one of the biggest events in the music industry for 2017. With her new single, "Look What You Made Me Do," fans are raving about how she so sneakily threw some shade at her enemies - Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, David Muelle and Calvin Harris. As expected, Swift's return to the world of music was nothing short of phenomenal. In fact, "Look What You Made Me Do" has been breaking records left and right. Even before the hype for the first song from the album "Reputation" died down, Swift released another song entitled "Ready For It."

Some fans predicted that "Reputation" would be full of songs meant to target all the people who have participated in smearing Taylor's reputation.

In fact, Swifties have expressed their concern with how Taylor used a metaphor that the old Taylor is already dead, which could signify a major transformation in her music style and image. However, with the second single all set to be released, it looks like "Reputation" isn't all about revenge songs after all.

The sweet, sultry and sexy side of Taylor

Taylor Swift has definitely grown and evolved in the public eye, and fans have seen her come full circle - from a sweet, innocent country girl to a sultry, spunky pop star. According to People, "Ready For It" is a far cry from "Look What You Made Me Do" in terms of lyrics and musical arrangement.

Apparently, the old Taylor isn't actually "dead," as "Ready For It" shows the sweet and romantic side of the multi-awarded singer - the side of her that has been dearly missed by the fans.

Currently, she is dating actor Joe Alwyn, and "Ready For It" might be all about him.

Shoutout to her exes - if she can still remember them

As expected, the fans immediately decoded the lyrics of "Ready For It" and it looks like Taylor had a lot to say to her exes. Some of the lyrics that caught the attention of eagle-eyed fans include "Every lover known in comparison is a failure, I forget their names now."

"Ready For It" seems to be a sweet tribute to Joe Alwyn, who makes Taylor so happy that she's ready to forget all of her former lovers.

Meanwhile, some also noted that the song could also be a low key diss to Calvin Harris, who was rumored to have been rejected by Swift when he proposed. However, it's worth noting that Calvin or Taylor have yet to confirm if a proposal really did happen in the past. "Ready For It" is already available in iTunes and Spotify.