"I Forgot That You Existed"
"I was intrigued to see how Swift's album would go from dark snakes to butterflies and pastels, and this song perfectly captures that transition. While she's acknowledging that the feuds and drama from her Reputation album were a part of her life, she's also turning the chapter and creating a new narrative for herself." — Kelsie Gibson, associate celebrity and entertainment editor
"'I Forgot That You Existed' put a smile on my face instantly. It was so catchy, and I loved the idea behind the song because we've all had a person like that in our lives. I immediately wanted to listen to it another 20 times." — Amanda McKelvey, social media strategist
"This is the perfect way to bring us into the Lover-era from out-for-blood Taylor Swift in Reputation. It's at once shady and a sort of rebirth for all of us. We're done with the drama — welcome to Swift 3.0." — Charisandra Perez, social media & partnerships coordinator
"Whew. Is there a more perfect track to kick off Lover with? Is there anything more brutal than the act of indifference? It's those days, months, or maybe even years after a breakup or betrayal when one day you wake up and suddenly everything that was weighing you down has finally just floated away. The ultimate feeling of freedom? Forgetting their damn existence. And to that I say: hell yes, girl." — Kristin Harris, head of talent relations and celebrity editor