Taylor Swift trademarks partying like it's 1989
She also own the rights to “Party Like It’s 1989″, “‘Cause We Never Go Out of Style”, “Could Show You Incredible Things” and “Nice to Meet You, Where You Been?”.
The trademark terms prohibit the use of those phrases from appearing without a licence on everything from T-shirts to removable tattoos.
You’d also need Taylor’s permission to print those phrases on typewriters, walking sticks, non-medicated toiletries, Christmas stockings, knitting implements, pot holders, lanyards, aprons, whalebone, napkin holders and “whips, harness and saddlery”.
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