I’m twenty-two, so, that’s the time in life that people say to you: ‘Go, make mistakes! Live your life! Learn the hard way! Throw caution to the wind, be spontaneous!’. But if I do that, if I make a mistake, it’s international news.
Now I’m lying on the cold hard ground.
I'll never change, but I'll never stay the same.
Two years gives you enough time to grow, and to change, and to change your priorities, change where you live, change your hair, change what you believe in, change who you hang out with, what's influencing you, what's inspiring you. And in the process of all of those changes that happened in the last two years, my music changed. I'm thinking about how this new album is a bit of a rebirth for me because it's so new, I've never really made these kinds of changes before. And having been born on December 13th of 1989... this album is called 1989.
just think while you’ve been getting down and out about the liars and the dirty dirty cheats of the world.. you could’ve been getting down to
Taylor Swift on Good Morning America
Taylor Swift is now cheer captain and no longer on the bleachers.
Good, she never could keep her fucking hair in her shako. Mediocre clarinet player.