Look what you made Taylor Swift do.
The 27-year-old pop star is trying to trademark phrases from her upcoming album Reputation. TMZ reported that Swift wants to trademark the tag line of her single, "Look What You Made Me Do," and the line "the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now."
Swift wants to put some lyrics on new merchandise for her upcoming Reputation tour.
The ten-time Grammy Award winner is no stranger to trademarking her song lyrics. For Swift's album 1989, she trademarked the phrase "this sick beat," from the song "Shake It Off." She then submitted a set of trademark applications, including one for "1989," the year the singer was born, and “Swiftmas,” along with the title "Blank Space" and the lyric “and I’ll write your name.”
Twitter had a few words for Swift on her attempt to trademark old clichés:
Let's hope the new merchandise will be worth the trouble.
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