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Taylor Swift fans are anticipating the singer's seventh studio album Lover, which includes the track "Me!" featuring Brendan Urie as it's lead single. And although the album won't be released until August 23rd, Swift has already debuted her second single, "You Need to Calm Down," on June 14th.

This song is an LGBT album that was released smack in the middle of Pride month. However, instead of creating cover art that featured a rainbow flag or an equality symbol, Swift chosen to be inspired by tattoos.

The album art for "You Need to Calm Down," features Swift in a pink bikini in what appears to be a mobile home park. And the centerpiece of the photograph is a large black tattoo of a snake turning into butterflies.

While we'd love T-Swift to embrace a tattooed lifestyle, we wouldn't recommend this design as a first tattoo. What do you think of Taylor Swift's fake tattoo? Let us know your thoughts on this story in the comments section.