Now that reputation has officially dropped and everyone has all their feelings, thoughts, and theories out in the open, Taylor Swift is hitting the road for the first time in two years to bring fans the New Taylor.
Swift's image as a woman with serial romantic relationships and her defiant attitude against this reputation are recurring themes on the first tracks. Opener \"...Ready for It\" has lyrics about falling in love with a new partner. Inspired by the novel Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky, it incorporates a criminal metaphor that recurs on other tracks. Swift said its mentions of bank heists, robbers, and thieves, a \"twisted\" but \"interesting\" way to depict \"finding your partner in crime\". In \"End Game\", Swift, Future, and Sheeran rap and sing about finding true love in spite of the gossip surrounding their perceived images. \"I Did Something Bad\" is narrated from a female character who manipulate men and \"Don't Blame Me\" compares a love that \"makes [her] crazy\" to a drug addiction. Designated by Swift as Reputation's \"first point of vulnerability\", \"Delicate\" is where the narrator begins to worry if her tarnished reputation could affect a new romance. In the song, she wonders because \"[her] reputation has never been worse\", the love interest must love her for herself. The album continues with \"Look What You Made Me Do\", which Swift initially wrote as a poem about her realizing she \"couldn't trust certain people\". She indicated the most important lyrics of the song as, \"Oh, I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why Oh, 'cause she's dead\", which reference the phone recording between her and West that Kardashian had released.
In \"Dress\", which features overtly sexual lyrics, the narrator claims that she \"only bought this dress\" to be taken off by her lover and how she does not \"want [him] like a best friend\". \"This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things\" was inspired by Swift's observation of how people take things for granted. It references her infamous 4th of July parties, filled with champagne and having her \"feeling so Gatsby for that whole year\". In the track, the narrator calls out her enemies and former friends. When she tries to get diplomatic with them (\"forgiveness is a nice thing to do\"), she laughs at the idea. The two closing tracks, \"Call It What You Want\" and \"New Year's Day\", summarize Swift's state of mind after she learned how to welcome and prioritize certain things in her life. In \"Call It What You Want\", the narrator accepts that her reputation might be unredeemable (\"They took the crown but it's alright\") and meditates on the transformative power of her relationship (\"My baby's fly like a jetstream, high above the whole scene\"). The closing track, \"New Year's Day\", sees the narrator and her lover cleaning up after a New Year's party. On the inspiration, Swift explained that although kissing someone on New Year's Eve is a romantic idea, having someone by one's side the morning after \"to give you Advil and clean up the house\" is even more so.
The series was shot by Taylor herself and chronicles her journey through writing and recording songs for her highly anticipated 6th studio album, reputation, due out Nov.10. New episodes will debut on Taylor Swift NOW every Tuesday starting Nov. 13.
Sorry my rant is long. To the writer of this article, could you remove tour lips from taylors azz please. dont you love it when they write these bs aritcles, whenever something goes wrong its taylors management or her teams fault when it works its all taylors idea and ahe is a genius . Ill tell tou what taylpr swift is, a complete phony , talentless, childish woman, whos parents had to buy her a record label because she couldnt get a real deal. Most of her twitter fans and you tube views are fake bots she bought , she cant sing, cant dance, and her whole background story is al lie, not to mention she has tried to sabatage so many careers is disgusting. And a child can write a poem and take it to max martin to make a song out of it, and anyone with the money can pay the media to tell everyone how great they are,(which is probably what tgis article is example of) and if you have direct deals with all the major radio companies and streaming compnanies so your music plays non stop no matter how bad it is you will make money, and then theirs all the fake award shows, taylor is a greedy nasty spoiled rich brat who didnt work for nor does she deserve anything she has. And that is all there is to it . 781b155fdc