Taylor Swift Files To Trademark New Song Lyrics

Look what you made her do.

Following the success of her new singles "Look What You Made Me Do" and "...Ready for It?," Taylor Swift is reportedly looking for more ways to cash in. According to TMZ, the country music crooner-turned-pop star has filed to trademark a number of lyrics off of her upcoming album, Reputation. Among the lyrics to be trademarked are "The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now" and "Look what you made me do."

TMZ notes that Swift, 27, wants to use the trademarked lyrics on a wide expanse of merchandise, which could include apparel, guitar picks, notebooks, and jewelry.

Swift's latest legal move is hardly surprising. She's been known to trademark lyrics or similar phrases before. As Rolling Stone reported, the singer trademarked a number of phrases in 2015, such as "This Sick Beat, "Cause We Never Go Out of Style," and  "Nice to Meet You, Where You Been?"

And in March 2017, Swift filed nine separate trademarks for "Swifties," the name her fans go by (via Billboard). At the time, the move sparked rumors that Swift may have been planning the development of a music streaming service like Spotify. But, considering that Swift's since released her catalogue of music on streaming platforms, it would appear that Swift might have something else entirely up her sleeve.

While we wait to see what's next for Swift, catch up on all the small details you missed in her music video for "Look What You Made Me Do."