Taylor Swift. 23. I write about my exes and have a thing for revenge.
I wouldnt mind getting some anons to make my night fun.
"I wrote the song ‘Crazier’ when I was 13, so this song is really a reflection of what I thought love was supposed to be. Sometimes you write a love song about what you hope will find you and what you hope you’ll find someday, not about what you’re actually going through."
For people who say all of Taylor Swift's songs are complaints about ex-boyfriends
I got tired of telling people that this is false, so I made a list that I can refer them to from now on.
the year she moved to Nashville, a girl trying to find where she belongs
A Place In This World: not fitting in, being on the outside looking in
The Outside: her friend who had bulimia
Tied Together With A Smile: her neighbors, a couple that lived next-door
Mary's Song: a couple doesn't have a song of their own, so the events in their lives become their song
Our Song: being yourself around people, can apply to friends and family
I'm Only Me When I'm With You: her dream first date
Fearless: losing a friend, a difficult goodbye
Breathe: her childhood and parents
The Best Day: being on a small record label in a huge music industry, and having to work harder to achieve big things
Change: a perfect day, self-explanatory
Today Was A Fairytale: an apology song to Taylor Lautner, she blames herself for ending that relationship
Back to December: inspired by a wedding she went to with Hayley Williams from Paramore, where Hayley watched her ex-boyfriend Josh Farro get married
Speak Now: the critic Bob Lefsetz, bullies
Mean: not wanting to grow up so fast
Never Grow Up: meeting Adam Young (aka Owl City)
Enchanted: forgiving Kanye West for interrupting her at the VMAs, how you're still a good person even if you make mistakes
Innocent: her band and crew and everything they've been through
Long Live: on The Hunger Games soundtrack
Safe & Sound and Eyes Open: Ronan Thompson, a little boy who died from cancer
Ronan: having fun with her friends, written for Ashley Avignone, Dianna Agron, Claire Kislinger, and Selena Gomez
22: a performer who walks away from stardom
The Lucky One: based on a photograph of Bobby and Ethel Kennedy as 17-year-olds in 1945
Starlight: telling a guy not to hit on her, she's not going to hook up with a guy who's cheating on his girlfriend Girl At Home:
Negatives of being a celebrity