Yes, Reputation has a "Hiddleswift" song
The best song on the album appears to have more to do with a totally different incident from Swift's public life: her whirlwind romance with Thor star Tom Hiddleston. "Getaway Car," which resembles the 1989 stand-out "Out of the Woods" in both its musical and lyrical content, is a woozy and transcendent bit of pop-mythology worthy of Bruce Springsteen or U2. The song describes a love triangle where Swift makes an impulsive move from one lover (presumably Calvin Harris) to another (presumably Hiddleston). "We were flying, but we'd never get far," she sings. "Don't pretend it's such a mystery/Think about the place where you first met me."
It's such an immediately bracing song that you wonder why she didn't release it as a single. Much of the Reputation roll-out has attempted to sell the idea of Swift making a heel turn and abandoning elements of her past. The album cover, with its black and white photography and newspaper print headlines, has a sneering, villainous quality. (The opener "...Ready For It?" feels like self-conscious taunt.) But as a songwriter she's most compelling when she's exploring psychological gray areas. Her best album, 2012's country-pop turn Red, was packed with moments of rich ambiguity and fascinating contradictions. Reputation needs an "All Too Well" to go along with its many riffs on "I Knew You Were Trouble."