tayswiftdotcom:


Arriving at the Saturday Night Live after party in NYC 4/13/14 (x)

tayswiftdotcom:

Arriving at the Saturday Night Live after party in NYC 4/13/14 (x)

scarletletterswift:

Pictures of Taylor Swift and Lorde together

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knowyoubetter:

taylor swift went to ohio for a fan’s bridal shower!!! FUCKING OHIO!!!! A FAN’S FUCKING BRIDAL SHOWER!!!!!!! BRIDAL!!!!! SHOWER!!!!!!!!! tell me again why she isn’t the most amazing woman on earth TELL ME

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Track Title: By The Way

Artist: Taylor Swift

andthatlittleblackdress:

Our Top 10 Unreleased Taylor Swift Songs ; 8.) By The Way.

By the way, your eyes are dancing
I’ll say the chances of that are getting slim
and by the way, my heart’s still breaking
it’s going take me a while to love again
so many things that I forgot to say
by the way.

Lauded by a lot of fans as the most heartbreaking unreleased song, this one is a song unlike any of her released songs. Although in If This Was A Move and The Way I Loved You she writes about letting go of someone she shouldn’t have, this one has a lot more bite to it and a much greater sting.


“People didn’t think of Taylor Swift as a glamor queen when she started. She was a real person who walked down the street in a pack with six other girls talking on her cell phone. As a young songwriter, she didn’t try to be something that she wasn’t. She just wrote about something she knew about: boys. And it resonated with her audience. And they held her up as a generational voice because of it. That’s what it takes, being honest and real. She wasn’t brazen, she wasn’t pushing sexuality. She was the conservative Middle America girl who said it for the Harpeth Hall girls and the Hillsboro High girls. She was the girl next door. She was a country music Madonna. She changed country music, then she crossed over to change pop music too.” ― Chris Gantry on Taylor Swift

“People didn’t think of Taylor Swift as a glamor queen when she started. She was a real person who walked down the street in a pack with six other girls talking on her cell phone. As a young songwriter, she didn’t try to be something that she wasn’t. She just wrote about something she knew about: boys. And it resonated with her audience. And they held her up as a generational voice because of it. That’s what it takes, being honest and real. She wasn’t brazen, she wasn’t pushing sexuality. She was the conservative Middle America girl who said it for the Harpeth Hall girls and the Hillsboro High girls. She was the girl next door. She was a country music Madonna. She changed country music, then she crossed over to change pop music too.” ― Chris Gantry on Taylor Swift

Happy Easter Swifties!


I have lot of goals, and one of them is to know when to stop. I love the sound of applause but I don’t want to become addicted to it in order to feel whole. It’s the creative part of music-making that I could never live without. Hopefully in your life you make graceful decisions, dignified career choices. There are lots of different directions to go in, and I’m not anywhere close to being out of ideas here. But as I grow older, I hope I can continue to rely on gut feelings and continue to be self-aware. Self-awareness is usually the first thing to go when people lose touch. So ideally I can keep my wits about me.

I have lot of goals, and one of them is to know when to stop. I love the sound of applause but I don’t want to become addicted to it in order to feel whole. It’s the creative part of music-making that I could never live without. Hopefully in your life you make graceful decisions, dignified career choices. There are lots of different directions to go in, and I’m not anywhere close to being out of ideas here. But as I grow older, I hope I can continue to rely on gut feelings and continue to be self-aware. Self-awareness is usually the first thing to go when people lose touch. So ideally I can keep my wits about me.


Let’s hear the applause.

Let’s hear the applause.