When it comes to the media frenzy around Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn's relationship, the couple can't seem to shake it off.

The singer recently shared how tuning out the noise and shielding love from public.

As Taylor explained in an Oct. 7 video, the song is called "Lavender Haze."

"I happened upon the phrase lavender haze when I was watching Mad Men," she noted.

And I looked it up—because I thought it sounded cool—and it turns out that it's a common phrase used in the ‘50s.

Like, if you were in the lavender haze, then that meant you were in that all-encompassing love glow. 

The 11-time Grammy winner then talked about the desire to protect this state, especially from outside influences that could tamper with it.

"I guess, theoretically, when you're in the lavender haze, you'll do anything to stay there and not let people bring you down off that cloud," she continued.

And I think a lot of people have to deal with this now, not just like 'public figures,' because we live in the era of social media.

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