Celebrity Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Admitted That Joe Alwyn Wrote Two Songs on 'Folklore' "Joe plays piano beautifully." By Alyssa Hardy Alyssa Hardy Instagram Twitter Alyssa Hardy is a fashion and culture writer living in New York City. She was formerly the Fashion News Editor at Teen Vogue and the Senior News Editor at InStyle. She recently launched a newsletter titled "This Stuff," which publishes twice weekly. In each edition, readers find timely commentary on news stories and current events in fashion, along with personal essays and musings on trends and celebrity style, featuring personal anecdotes from Alyssa's life as a fashion insider.Alyssa is a staunch advocate for garment workers' rights, and has a deep passion for educating others about fashion's environmental impact — tones that can be felt throughout 'This Stuff.' Her work has been featured in InStyle, Vogue, NYLON, Refinery29, TeenVogue, Ladygunn, Fashionista, and Allure. She is currently working on her debut book, a non-fiction exploration of ethics in fashion titled 'Worn Out.' InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on November 25, 2020 @ 08:43AM Pin Share Tweet Email In her new Disney+ film, Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions, Taylor Swift opened up about the making of her Grammy-nominated album. Specifically, she admitted to a theory that fans have had since the beginning: her boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, wrote parts on two of the songs. On the album, "William Bowery" is listed as a writer on “Betty” and “Exile." We now know that is probably Alwyn. "Joe plays piano beautifully. He's always just playing and making things up and kind of creating things. Joe had written that entire piano part," she says about the song "Exile." "He was singing the Bon Iver part, the 'I can see you standing honey, with his arms around your body, laughing but the joke's not funny at all.' He was just singing it. And I was entranced and asked if we could keep writing that one," she continued. Taylor Swift Made a Rare Comment About Joe Alwyn During the section about "Betty," Swift admitted that this was the moment she brought him in officially. "This was the first time we had a conversation where I came in and I was like, 'Hey, this could be really weird, and we could hate this, so because we're in quarantine and there’s nothing else going on, could we just try to see what it's like if we write this song together?'" she said.