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"Meet me at midnight" is the tagline Taylor Swift used to market the album, and it introduces "Lavender Haze." 

She had previously said that "Mad Men" was the source of her inspiration for the term "Lavender Haze. 

"The Mountain King," the fourteenth episode of season two, features Don Draper talking about how he's fallen in love with Elizabeth, better known as Betty, the model. 

"You're in the lavender haze," retorts his closest companion Anna Draper, to whom he maintained a marriage at the time. 

This is a subtle reference to "Betty," the fourteenth song on "Folklore," when Swift serenades the title character and begs for forgiveness. Fans will notice this. 

Swift claims that "Lavender Haze" was a "common phrase" for being in love in the 1950s. 

"That meant you were in that all-encompassing love glow," she continued. "Theoretically, when you're in the lavender haze, you'll do anything to stay there. 

She joked, "I cut all the trauma out of my hair." Review the romance between Morris and Hurd.

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