Every F-Bomb In Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Movie & Timestamps For When They Happen

Summary

  • Four previously cut songs and four bonus acoustic songs were included in The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) on Disney+ for a total of almost 50 songs and a runtime of three-and-a-half hours.
  • The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) on Disney+ includes more F-bombs than the theatrical release, thanks to one bonus acoustic song.
  • While Swift didn’t start using curse words in her music until 2017, she drops a total of six F-bombs across four different songs in The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) on Disney+.



Throughout The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)’s three-and-a-half-hour runtime, Taylor Swift ends up dropping even more F-bombs on Disney+than in the theatrical release thanks to one bonus acoustic song. Other than the two songs still missing from The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version), Swift’s entire concert is shown for the first time on Disney+. Along with three other cut songs from the theatrical release, The Eras Tour movie also re-added “cardigan” on Disney+. Now, between the concert’s full set list and the four bonus acoustic songs, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour features almost 50 songs total, four of which contain F-bombs.

“The Archer,” “Long Live,” and “Wildest Dreams” were included in the VOD release after getting cut from the theatrical version, but “cardigan” still wasn’t in the concert movie until
The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)
on Disney+.


Although they roll off her tongue quite naturally now, Swift didn’t start dropping F-bombs in her music until somewhat recently. In fact, Swift had never cursed at all in a song until 2017, when she declared, “if a man talks sh*t, then I owe him nothing” on “Don’t Blame Me” from reputation. The first F-bomb wasn’t until folklore in 2020, when Swift posed, “Does she mouth, ‘F**k you forever’? on “mad woman.In The Eras Tour on Disney+, Swift drops a total of six F-bombs across four different songs, including one of the bonus acoustic songs at the end.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)
is available to stream now on Disney+.


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6 Champagne Problems – The Evermore Era

Timestamp: 48:14

After the Lover and Fearless eras, the first F-bomb in The Eras Tour movie finally arrives during the evermore era on one of the lyrics in Swift’s “champagne problems.” After an intro about imagining what a “cathartic experience” it would be to perform this song on tour while she was writing evermore, Swift begins playing “champagne problems” on her mossy piano. The song’s pace and energy really picks up on the bridge, as the narrator starts to reflect on both the build-up to and the long-term aftermath of the marriage proposal she rejected.


Toward the end of the bridge, Swift quotes nosy gossipers’ reactions to the troubled narrator turning down her would-be fiancé’s proposal. “‘She would’ve made such a lovely bride,” Swift sings, “‘what a shame she’s f**ked in the head,’ they said.” Right as Swift drops that first F-bomb at 48:14 in The Eras Tour movie on Disney+, she widens her eyes and smiles menacingly to teasingly appear “f**ked in the head.”

Other than the surprise songs during the acoustic set, “champagne problems” is the only song from the regular set list on The Eras Tour that Swift plays on the piano.

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5 All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version) [From The Vault] – The Red Era

Timestamp: 1:32:51

Taylor Swift performs

After “champagne problems,” almost 45 minutes pass before Swift drops another F-bomb in The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) on Disney+. To close out the Red era, Swift performs what many consider to be her magnum opus: “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version) [From The Vault] from Red (Taylor’s Version). The lengthy track is the longest song on The Eras Tour set list, so it’s only right that it would contain one of the concert’s few F-bombs.


In one of the lyrics on “All Too Well (10 Minute Version),” Swift recalls a lover “tossing [her] the car keys” with a keychain that said, “F**k the patriarchy.” The timestamp for this exclamatory F-bomb on “All Too Well” is 1:32:51 in The Eras Tour movie on Disney+. Right as Swift drops the F-bomb, she aggressively throws up both hands as if to imitate a “flipping off” gesture without actually raising her middle fingers.

“All Too Well” was originally released as a five-and-a-half-minute song on
Red
in 2012, but the song was almost twice as long when Swift first wrote it before cutting down the length. When she released
Red (Taylor’s Version)
in 2021, Swift included the original, ten-minute version of “All Too Well” as one of the “vault” tracks.

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4 Betty – The Folklore Era

Timestamp: 1:47:09

Taylor Swift performs

As the Red era transitions into folklore, it only takes 15 minutes for the next F-bomb to arrive in The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) on Disney+. After “the 1” kicks off the folklore era, the next song that Swift performs is “betty” on acoustic guitar. One of the three love triangle songs from folklore, “betty” is written from the perspective of a fictional teenage boy named James, who cheated on the titular Betty with the narrator from the song “august.”

On “betty,” James tries to explain his side of the story and apologize to Betty for hurting her. During the chorus, James asks Betty, “if I showed up at your party…would you tell me to go f**k myself?Swift drops the first F-bomb on “betty” at 1:47:09 in The Eras Tour movie on Disney+.


3 Betty – The Folklore Era

Timestamp: 1:48:21

close up of taylor in white dress in Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Stream Release)

The next F-bomb in The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) on Disney+ occurs during “betty” as well, when James once again asks Betty, “would you tell me to go f**k myself?” on the second chorus. The timestamp for the second F-bomb on “betty” in The Eras Tour movie on Disney+ is 1:48:21, a little over a minute after the first one. By the third chorus, however, James’ hypothetical party crashing becomes a reality, and this profane lyric is replaced by “will you kiss me on the porch” as James shows up on Betty’s doorstep to beg for forgiveness.


2 Maroon – The Acoustic Collection

Timestamp: 3:25:41

Taylor Swift performs

The last two F-bombs in The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) on Disney+ did not appear in the theatrical version at all, since they both occur back-to-back on one of the bonus songs. After the final Midnights era at the end of The Eras Tour movie, the four additional acoustic songs included in the Disney+ version appear in a new section called “The Acoustic Collection.” The two original surprise songs from the acoustic set in The Eras Tour movie, “Our Song” and “You’re On Your Own, Kid,” play again during the “The Acoustic Collection.”

In addition to “Maroon,” the other bonus acoustic songs are “I Can See You,” “Death by a Thousand Cuts,” and “You Are In Love.”


“Maroon” is the last bonus song that Swift plays in this final section before “You’re On Your Own Kid” closes out the whole Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) movie. On the bridge of “Maroon,” Swift sings, “That’s a real f**king legacy, legacy.The timestamp for the first F-bomb on “Maroon” is 3:25:41 in The Eras Tour movie on Disney+.

1 Maroon – The Acoustic Collection

Timestamp: 3:25:49

Taylor Swift performs

The very last F-bomb in Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) on Disney+ occurs at 3:25:49, only eight seconds after the penultimate one. After the first F-bomb on the “Maroon” bridge, Swift recites the previous line, “And I wake with your memory over me” again, before repeating the F-bomb lyric. However, she changes the lyric slightly by saying, “That’s a real f**king legacy to leave” instead of just repeating “legacy” again.


Taylor Swift The Eras Tour Movie Poster

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is a film rendition of the colossal worldwide event that sees the legendary pop star hit the stage in a specially curated film event. Performing the hits of her over seventeen-year career in music, The Eras Tour highlights Taylor Swift and her team as they put on a show of a lifetime.

Director
Sam Wrench

Release Date
October 13, 2023