Dionne Warwick Doubles Down on Offer to Pay Postage for Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ Scarf (Exclusive) Dionne Warwick Doubles Down on Offer to Pay Postage for Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ Scarf (Exclusive)

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Dionne Warwick Doubles Down on Offer to Pay Postage for Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ Scarf (Exclusive) Dionne Warwick Doubles Down on Offer to Pay Postage for Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ Scarf (Exclusive)

Dionne Warwick has stepped up her efforts to reclaim Taylor Swift’s scarf.

The music legend is all for returning Swift’s cozy accessory, which she sings about in her newly rereleased song “All Too Well.” ET’s Kevin Frazier spoke with Warwick, who discussed her viral tweets and how she’d love to collaborate with Swift on a song.

“I’m serious.

What is he doing with the scarf, man? Return it to her.

“What’s the point?” exclaimed Warwick.

“Like I said, I’ll pay the postage if he can’t afford it.”

Warwick took to Twitter a few days after Swift released the 10-minute version of her song to discuss the famous “And I left my scarf there at your sister’s house.”

Lyrics to “And you’ve still got it in your drawer”

Many fans think “All Too Well” is about Swift’s brief relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal.

“That young man who has Taylor’s scarf should return it,” Warwick wrote on Twitter.

“You don’t own it.”

Jake, put it in a box and I’ll pay for shipping.”

@dionnewarwick believes Taylor Swift should own both her masters and her scarf, and she’s even willing to pay for Jake Gyllenhaal’s return postage. pic.twitter.com7zSDYBFLxy

Warwick is a Swift fan and has expressed her desire for the 31-year-old singer to write a song “appropriate” for the two of them.

“First and foremost, I’d like her to write something suitable for both of us to sing,” she explained, adding, “I believe she has that ability.”

She also mentioned Swift’s decision to rerecord her albums after her masters were sold.

“I don’t know how these people think they can just take anything from you and claim it as their own when they know it isn’t,” she said, before adding, “Like the scarf.”

Meanwhile, Warick has been keeping himself occupied.

She and her son Damon have teamed up to open The Ohm Zone, a sound bath center.

She also has a song with Chance the Rapper called “Nothing’s Impossible” that will be released in November.

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The song is part of the 12 Days of Giving campaign organized by Kind Music Academy, SocialWorks, and Hunger Not Impossible.

In the weeks ahead, ET will have more with Warwick about her latest projects.

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Dionne Warwick Doubles Down on Offer to Pay Postage for Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ Scarf (Exclusive) Dionne Warwick Doubles Down on Offer to Pay Postage for Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ Scarf (Exclusive)

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Dionne Warwick Doubles Down on Offer to Pay Postage for Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ Scarf (Exclusive)

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