Red (Taylor’s Version)

Here Are Some of Our Favorite Tracks on Our New Favorite Album


“Holy Ground”   

   “Holy Ground” is the expression of a pure, beautiful relationship that was not made to last but created the fondest of memories. Swift conveys the fast, fearless pace of this relationship through the lyrics “took off faster than a green light, go” and through the bright tone along with the brisk tempo of the song, yet clarifying how she would not change a thing. 

“Everything Has Changed ft. Ed Sheeran”

  There is nothing like it in life, the feeling of butterflies in your stomach when you see “them”. You know who I mean, that person. You’ll catch a glimpse of them down the hall, maybe you see them smile with their friends, maybe they are the whole reason you look forward to a boring class, but those little moments are what make your day. 

“Forever Winter”

   Swift has a specific talent in writing songs about one’s darkest times, but the musicality she chooses to produce her music makes them simultaneously feel frigid and affectionate. 

   “Forever Winter” tells the story of a broken lover who “doesn’t believe in much he hears these days,” and questions “why fall in love just so you can watch it go away.”

   No matter where her wounded lover finds themself, Swift finds it natural to be there when they feel no one is around. Enjoy the desire to be empathetic in Taylor Swift’s “Forever Winter.” 

“All Too Well (10 Minute Version)”

   Taylor took her most heartbreaking song, then added verses and bridges to make something even more heartbreaking, if that was even possible. A song about remembering a fallen relationship “All Too Well”, but in this extended version more is said about moments that shouldn’t be remembered “All Too Well” This ten-minute version includes more cutthroat lines like, “And I was never good at telling jokes, but the punchline goes, I’ll get older, but your lovers stay my age.” 

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