Here’s a question, cheerful or favorite words, do you have them? I’m curious. What words do you love to use or is there a cheerful word that just makes you happy? Mine would probably be some sort of British saying from a period drama or sleuth show. On Tuesday usually we feature books however this week, since words is the conversation starter, we’re doing something different. This week, I look at some of the favorite Taylor Swift lyrics I have. And honestly, I wish I were organized enough to share a few more.✨FAVORITE SONG LYRICS FROM THE MANY ERAS OF TAYLOR SWIFT✨ SHARING A FEW OF MY FAVORITE #TAYLORSWIFT LYRICS THIS WEEK. BECAUSE THE THEME IS 'WORDS.' #TSWIFT #LYRICS #SONGLYRICS #MUSIC #TOPTENLIST #TOPTEN #TOPTENTUESDAY Click To Tweet
Unless we’ve lived under a rock, we probably all know that Taylor Swift is releasing her latest album this week, aka not a re-release, but all new music. So while I should probably try matching lyrics to books, instead, I’m just going to highlight Taylor Swift lyrics I like. While I listen to her music, I don’t love everything she puts out. Then there are some songs that I don’t love at all. Then there are the songs I do. Finally, there are songs I feel so-so about and grow to enjoy. So with all that said, let’s look at a few of the lyrics by her that feature a good string of words. Just because we can.
FAVORITE TAYLOR SWIFT LYRICS
from All Too Well (Red)
Note: I will confess, I think All Too Well is a little dishonest in its one-sided blame, but I will confess, the lyrics are pretty
from August (Folklore)
from Cardigan (Folklore)
from Champagne Problems (Evermore)
from Cornelia Street (Lover)
from I Think He Knows (Lover)
from Lover (Lover)
from My Tears Ricochet (Folklore)
from Paper Rings (Lover)
from Willow (Evermore)
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You can shop all of the albums mentions on places like Amazon through a search of the artist’s, Taylor Swift, name. You can also find them individually at the album titles: Evermore; Folklore; Lover; Red.
There is countless others I could pull and spotlight. But I think I kind of ran out of inspiration and steam – because as usual, I put these together last minute. So, now it’s your turn to keep the conversation going. What do you love or loathe about Taylor Swift songs? Do you have a favorite lyric? Do you detest her music? Comment all the comments! Let’s chat.
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Linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl October 18: Favorite Words (This isn’t so much bookish, but I thought it would be fun to share words we love! These could be words that are fun to say, sound funny, mean something great, or make you smile when you read/hear them.)