Can you own the copyright to a year?

Taylor Swift thinks so, and is trying to trademark “1989,”; the title of her latest album but also the final year of the 1980s.

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In addition, the “Blank Space”; singer has filed a trademark application for “Blank Space,”; as well as “And I’ll Write Your Name,” “A Girl Named Girl” (the title of the novel she published at age 15) and “Swiftmas,”; reports USA Today.

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This isn’t the first time Swift has filed applications to trademark song titles and lyrics; back in January, she attempted to trademark such phrases as “nice to meet you; where you been,”; “this sick beat”; and “party like it’s 1989.”;