Taylor Swift kicked off her 1989 world tour in Tokyo on Tuesday, which means that she and her hit songs will now be everywhere, even more than usual. A little James Dean here and some players playing there, get ready. If you're one of the millions attending one of the shows, we're sure your countdown started a long time ago. And, if you're a die-hard Swift fan, your preparation for the big event is well underway. That bright red lipstick better be on deck. Now, you can add a new prep tactic — or merely another Swift obsession — to your list. As Billboard reports, you can now text Swift's lyrics from your keyboard through TayText. Is your BFF having a bad day? Tell her to "Shake it off!" Did your brother just join you in the Big Apple? Hit him with a "Welcome to New York!" Are you trying to make a move on your latest crush? Let them know you've got a blank space, baby. TayText doesn't just pull from Swift's latest album (1989), but from over 60 songs and 300-plus lyrics. Take it way back to her early days if you please. But, don't expect to be rhyming with Ed Sheeran, they haven't gotten that far yet. The application was inspired by the Drizzy keyboard, which enables you do the same, but with Drake lyrics. Epic. The app is expected to be available for download shortly. Soon, your favorite songs will not only travel with, but come from, you. We bet Beyoncé will be next. Bey Blasts, anyone?