Taylor Swift

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Apparently, Taylor Swift is the only one allowed to party like it's 1989!

The Grammy-winning "Shake It Off" singer has filed trademarks for some the most memorable song lyrics from her recent 1989 album.

In addition to "Party Like It's 1989," the 25-year-old singer doesn't want anyone else banking off of the phrases "This Sick Beat," "Cause We Never Go Out of Style," "Nice to Meet You. Where You Been?" and "Could Show You Incredible Things." And Swift isn't just ensuring that no other artists use these lyrics in other songs.

Taylor Swift, New Year's Eve 2015

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Swift's trademark details include everything from guitar accessories, musical instruments, handbags, backpacks, ornaments, clothing, public appearances, wind chimes, cushions, mirrors, stickers, cookware, containers, pot holders, towels, blankets and hosiery.

We're not done yet: Ribbons, wigs, toys, Christmas tree decorations, educational services, Non-medicated toiletries, skin soap, clocks, jewelry, stationary, frames, beach towels, sun care products, shoe laces, hair ornaments, stockings and much, much more are also named in the trademark filings.

Sorry, Swift fans. Now you'll never own a bar of soap with "This Sick Beat" on it...EVER!

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