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Taylor Swift Trademarks 'Party Like It's 1989,' but Not 'Shake It Off'

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By    |   Thursday, 29 Jan 2015 01:22 PM

Taylor Swift has moved to trademark a number of phrases from her latest album, "1989," including "Party Like It's 1989" and "This Sick Beat."

The filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office appears to have been first noticed by a Twitter user, and was soon verified by Vox.com.


The trademark applications have been registered to protect Swift's exclusive right to use the phrases on a number of products, including T-shirts and jewelry, as well as nontraditional merchandise like "non-medicated" toiletries and walking sticks.

CNN noted that the title of Swift's Grammy-nominated single, "Shake It Off," does not appear on the list, likely because the trademark is currently held by a diet company.

Other phrases filed by the 25-year-old pop star include "Cause We Never Go Out of Style," "Could Show You Incredible Things," and "Nice to Meet You, Where You Been?"

Swift has a history of making interesting business deals, including choosing not to put her latest album on the streaming music service Spotify.

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Taylor Swift has moved to trademark a number of phrases from her latest album, "1989," including "Party Like It's 1989" and "This Sick Beat."
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