Taylor Swift

Taylor's lyric of the month

That's not his price to pay.

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Taylor Swift Albums: Track 3



the idea that taylor swift is teaching her preteen fans to focus their lives only on chasing boys is completely false. she is actually a fantastic example of a strong, professionally-independent woman: she writes all her own songs, she’s smart, she’s creative, and she is completely unashamed to be who she is. we need to remember that being girly or wanting to find romantic love does not make a young woman weak or somehow inferior.

the idea that taylor swift is teaching her preteen fans to focus their lives only on chasing boys is completely false. she is actually a fantastic example of a strong, professionally-independent woman: she writes all her own songs, she’s smart, she’s creative, and she is completely unashamed to be who she is. we need to remember that being girly or wanting to find romantic love does not make a young woman weak or somehow inferior.

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all-too-well:

Taylor yelling at Ed for laughing at her dance moves. Amazing.

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So don’t look nowI’m shining like fireworksOver your sad empty town

So don’t look now
I’m shining like fireworks
Over your sad empty town

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lightwoulds:

oh god why did i make this

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you were long gone when you met me

you were long gone when you met me



b&w → colour, still → moving 

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