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Taylor Swift - evermore

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by aux, Dec 10, 2020.

  1. I don't know that I'll ever get over the way she described the feeling of being so much more in love with someone than they are with you in 'tolerate it'.

    Where's that man who'd throw blankets over my barbed wire?
    I made you my temple, my mural, my sky
    Now I'm begging for footnotes in the story of your life
    Drawing hearts in the byline
    Always taking up too much space or time
    You assume I'm fine
    But what would you do if I

    Break free and leave us in ruins
    Took this dagger in me and removed it
    Gain the weight of you then lose it
    Believe me, I could do it

    I've been in the position where you're in your head trying to threaten your lover with leaving them, taking away all the love you have to give and it's like...they don't care. Take it away and they couldn't give two fucks.

    God, what a song.
  2. I feel like the lyric "he's gonna burn this house to the ground" in ivy has a bit of a double meaning to it. He'll obviously be so angry when he finds out that she's cheating on him and has feelings for someone else, that he'll "burn this house to the ground" in a fit of rage, the kind of hyperbolic thing you'd say when describing how angry someone will be about something. But also, he'll burn down her house of stone, where his (the other man) ivy grows. He'll put a stop to the affair, he'll rip them apart, he'll destroy what they have together.
  3. It’s funny to think back to the backlash of 2016, the whole Reputation saga, she sheer horror of Me!

    If we’d have known back then that we would one day get folklore and evermore... it may have changed our whole perception of everything. Both albums have solidified her place in the upper echelons of musicianship. She now feels untouchable and peerless (obviously she has peers, but you know what I mean).
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2021
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  4. So is she done with evermore now?
  5. No, she was still acting self-centered and unaware during the entire saga throughout reputation and reached creative lows from there into Lover that were embarrassing, and is in part probably now challenging herself because she finally got met with pushback to what she was pushing out.
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2021
  6. If anything folklore/evermore has made reputation an even more astonishing misstep.
  7. Folklore/Evermore hit different when it's freezing cold outside and snowing

  8. The song was added to power rotation on KISS-108. Cute.
  9. I planted the seed for a Delicate 2.0 slow burning radio smash and I will see the harvest.
  10. Every time I've stepped outside the past few days, the line "it's the kind of cold that fogs up windshield glass" has played in my head. Her power.
  11. I'm sure she will give it a nice little Grammy campaign in the fall, but I'm sure like folklore, she wasn't planning on really drawing it out. She will probably have some overlapping "eras" and pushing between evermore and the re-recordings and the third album of the trilogy

  12. 1M+ gain on radio for the second day in a row.
  13. Decided that Willow is her best lead single

  14. Tim McGraw's corpse found rotted in a ditch by Faith Hill. It's a Love Story baby just say no. Mine gifted away. We Are Never Getting Back Together left on read. Shake It Off shook to death. Look What You Made Me Do eaten by a snake. Me! locked in a room by itself for eternity. Cardigan used as a cat bed. Yes, you are correct, Willow is her best lead.
  15. Willow = Cardigan
    Love Story
    Tim McGraw
    We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
    Shake It Off
    Look What You Made Me Do

    naur it’s true
  16. Love Story/Cardigan/Willow are the holy trinity sisters of her lead singles.

    Meanwhile whenever someone reminds her of ‘ME!’ she’s probably sat there like
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2021
  17. Thanks for sharing this! Fascinating to read. We don't get enough of this type of content.
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