History AwesomeMusic / TaylorSwift

23rd Nov '17 6:06:46 PM AdelePotter
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* "New Year's Day" has been called ''reputation'''s "All Too Well," and with good reason. The sincere emotions and quiet tenderness of the lyrics prove that, sometimes, the simple route is the best one.
22nd Nov '17 6:48:23 PM AdelePotter
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* Although "King of My Heart" is quite different, even compared to tracks off of ''1989'', it's still wonderful. The joyful, free-spirited way she sings the chorus, and the lyrics that show she's head-over-heels for this guy, make for a lovely listening experience.
4th Nov '17 9:23:38 AM mlsmithca
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** And following this trend is "Call It What You Want", a beautiful love song which -- if you listen closely to the lyrics -- makes a few references to her life and detractors ("No one's heard from me for months", anyone?).

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** * And following this trend is "Call It What You Want", a beautiful love song which -- if you listen closely to the lyrics -- makes a few references to her life and detractors ("No one's heard from me for months", anyone?).
3rd Nov '17 11:06:12 AM Storygirl000
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** And following this trend is "Call It What You Want", a beautiful love song which -- if you listen closely to the lyrics -- makes a few references to her life and detractors ("No one's heard from me for months", anyone?).
20th Oct '17 3:11:31 PM mlsmithca
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* The bouncy, catchy, and sweet "Gorgeous" proves that the old Taylor is, in fact, ''not'' dead, given its resembelance to songs from ''1989''. That just makes it even better.

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* The bouncy, catchy, and sweet "Gorgeous" proves that the old Taylor is, in fact, ''not'' dead, given its resembelance resemblance to songs from ''1989''. That just makes it even better.
20th Oct '17 9:55:40 AM Storygirl000
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* The bouncy, catchy, and sweet "Gorgeous" proves that the old Taylor is, in fact, ''not'' dead, given its resembelance to songs from ''1989''. That just makes it even better.
3rd Sep '17 7:36:35 PM AdelePotter
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* "...Ready For It?" is sexy, catchy, and fun -- and, if you look closely at the lyrics, a gloriously tongue-in-cheek response to how the media paints her relationships (and celebrity relationships in general).
31st Aug '17 12:28:59 AM mlsmithca
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* "Look What You Made Me Do", the first single released from her sixth album, is a significant aesthetic departure from her previous work, taking on a synth-rock style reminiscent of Music/StVincent or {{Music/Peaches}}. She absolutely rocks it, with a contagious intensity and energy.
** Especially important is to consider the context of said single. Released after tensions and criticism over her career had reached an all-time high, with Twitter trends such as [=#TaylorSwiftIsOverParty=] #[=TaylorSwiftIsDead=] and #[=RIPTaylor=], and going so far as to have a mural in Melbourne, Australia depicting her death, she released a song which, in four days, broke 13 records on Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube. Talk about a comeback.

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* "Look What You Made Me Do", the first single released from her sixth album, is a significant aesthetic departure from her previous work, taking on a synth-rock style reminiscent of Music/StVincent or {{Music/Peaches}}. She absolutely rocks it, with a contagious intensity and energy. \n** Especially important is to consider the context of said single. Released after tensions and criticism over her career had reached an all-time high, with Twitter trends such as [=#TaylorSwiftIsOverParty=] #[=TaylorSwiftIsDead=] and #[=RIPTaylor=], and going so far as to have a mural in Melbourne, Australia depicting her death, she released a song which, in four days, broke 13 records on Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube. Talk about a comeback.
30th Aug '17 10:24:59 AM DN26
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** Especially important is to consider the context of said single. Released after tensions and criticism over her career had reached an all-time high, with Twitter trends such as #TaylorSwiftIsOverParty #TaylorSwiftIsDead and #RIPTaylor, and going so far as to have a mural in Melbourne, Australia depicting her death, she released a song which, in four days, broke 13 records on Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube. Talk about a comeback.

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** Especially important is to consider the context of said single. Released after tensions and criticism over her career had reached an all-time high, with Twitter trends such as #TaylorSwiftIsOverParty #TaylorSwiftIsDead [=#TaylorSwiftIsOverParty=] #[=TaylorSwiftIsDead=] and #RIPTaylor, #[=RIPTaylor=], and going so far as to have a mural in Melbourne, Australia depicting her death, she released a song which, in four days, broke 13 records on Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube. Talk about a comeback.
30th Aug '17 10:21:59 AM DN26
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** Especially important is to consider the context of said single. Released after tensions and criticism over her career had reached an all-time high, with Twitter trends such as #TaylorSwiftIsOverParty #TaylorSwiftIsDead and #RIPTaylor, and going so far as to have a mural in Melbourne, Australia depicting her death, she released a song which, in four days, broke 13 records on Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube. Talk about a comeback.
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