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*The copyright for the cover art for the album “THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT” by the artist Taylor Swift is believed to belong to the label Republic Records, or the graphic artist(s).
Song

But Daddy I Love Him

Taylor Swift

Album THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT

“But Daddy I Love Him” is the sixth song from Taylor Swift’s 2024 album “THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT”, released through the Universal Music Group.

The folk rock track sees Swift create a character that is witty and takes pleasure in creating scandals in regards to her love life. The song is a metaphor for Swift’s very public love life that is constantly scrutinised and commented on. The title “But Daddy I Love Him” could refer to the public (“daddy”) being critical of who Swift is dating, but Swift not caring as she loves her partner and knows who they are.

The lyric video was uploaded to Taylor Swift’s YouTube channel on the 20th April 2024.

Read the lyrics to “But Daddy I Love Him” here.

*All information accurate at the time of publishing (19th June 2024).

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Release Date

19th April 2024

Songwriter/s

Aaron Dessner & Taylor Swift

Producers/s

Jack Antonoff, Aaron Dessner & Taylor Swift

Label/s

Universal Music Group

Chart Rankings

In the first two months after its release, "But Daddy I Love Him" charted at: - #80 in Argentina - #7 in Australia - #24 in Belgium - #66 in Brazil - #7 in Canada - #48 in the Czech Republic - #23 in Denmark - #79 in France - #7 on the Billboard Global 200 - #18 in Greece - #18 in India - #12 in Ireland - #56 in Lithuania - #19 in Luxembourg - #16 in Malaysia - #8 in New Zealand - #35 in Norway - #11 in the Philippines - #80 in Poland - #20 in Portugal - #9 in Singapore - #49 in Slovakia - #23 in South Africa - #167 in South Korea - #61 in Spain - #29 in Sweden - #18 in Switzerland - #14 in the UAE - #11 & #71 on various charts in the UK - #7 on the US Billboard Hot 100 *All chart information accurate at the time of publishing (19th June 2024).

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