Unless you’ve been living under a rock this entire summer, you’ve certainly heard Taylor Swift’s new song “Me!,” which was the first track to be released off her album, Lover.

If you were like us, you may have noticed that one lyric, in particular, stood out quite a bit. You know in the bridge how Taylor Swift sings, “Hey kids, spelling is fun,” before Brandon Urie picks up with a little bit of a spelling lesson?

Critics called the line a little cheesy, but it definitely stood out as a bit of an earworm to any listener.

Well, PopCrave was the first notice that the “spelling is fun” lyric appears to have been cut from the album. Just two days before Lover is released, PopCrave noticed it was completely removed from the Apple Music version of the song. Listen here:

Taylor has been asked about the lyric in an interview with Hit! (an Australian publication). She said, “we want everyone to know that this song is not really serious because it’s not, like, a serious love song.”

The lyric remains on the Spotify version of the track as well as the YouTube video:

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