Taylor Swift Clearly Watched This Video of Travis Kelce Playing "Kiss, Mary, Kill"

In case you were looking for proof that Taylor Swift has been deeeeeep in the Travis Kelce internet archives (a happy place full of "squirles"), please turn your attention to "So High School." The entire song is pretty obviously about Taylor's relationship with Travis, but the definitive proof lies in these lyrics:

Are you gonna marry, kiss or kill me? (Kill me)
It's just a game, but really (Really)
I'm bettin' on all three for us two (All three)
Get my car door, isn't that sweet? (That sweet)
Then pull me to thе backseat (The backseat)
No onе's ever had me (Had me), not like you

Sooo, that mention of "marry, kiss, or kill me?" It's a) very cute, and b) clearly a direct reference to an interview Travis gave from back in his Catching Kelce days—when he was asked by an interviewer "Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry: kill, marry, kiss?"

Travis' response—after some nervous contemplating—was this: "Ariana is kill, love you but you're gone. Taylor Swift would be the kiss. And then Katy Perry would be the marry."

Truly obsessed with the fact that Taylor saw this clip / it made its way into her lyrics.

And side-note while we're here: fans noticed that the lyric video for this song has a very cute shoutout to Travis in the below verse:

"And in a blink of a crinklin' eye
I'm sinkin', our fingers entwined
Cheeks pink in the twinkling lights
Tell me 'bout the first time you saw me
I'll drink what you think, and I'm high
From smokin' your jokes all damn night
The brink of a wrinkle in time
Bittersweet sixteen suddenly"

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