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As Taylor Swift re-records her catalog, one of the most exciting aspects of Taylors Version phenomenon is its From the Vault track songs from that particular album recording session that didnt make the final cut.
In addition to duets with Phoebe Bridgers, Ed Sheeran and Chris Stapleton, these rediscovered songs tend to be raw and unfiltered, and feature exciting collaborations. That is certainly the case with Red which brought forth the long-rumored 10-minute version of All Too Well, which was also shared in Sugarland and Little Big Town, Better Man and Barbe respectively.
As far as Swift has been concerned, Red is one of Swifts most enticing works, with 12 most devastating lyrics that screamed our heart and made us feel like a exes.
Regardless of your jealousy, oh, I can hear it now / Talking to me like I would always be around... Push my love away like a loaded gun Oh, you never thought I'd run.
A song like Better Man, is a defining song in which the lyrics convey the complex emotions that follow leaving solitary - resentment for tense love, as well as lustrous lyricism, which is often characterized by distorted imagery, such as Romeo and Juliet and growy. Swift explains that sometimes its better to budge lovers to close their ties.
Are you still waiting for me when I'm not new?
I don't remember / if you admit it, I'm still picturing her lips on your neck,... I can''ve been unable to unsee it - I hate you because of you, but I cannot love you.
Without the words Babe and its use in the song, it is a retelling of the painful realities of infidelity. But the re-image of this pity and the devils love is never fully revealed until the bridge, when Swift says her ex admitted it und delivers the fatal blow of I hate that because of you, I cant love you. In this context, the term babe is an allegory for their relationship affectionate on the surface
I wonder if I'll ever see you again?
Upon entering the void of a new relationship, she wonders whether her affection is as enamored with her as she feels for them and then asks if she can feel the feelings of her love in '1989'-esque bop, he hopes that her message in the bottle will, however improbably, set her heart on motion.
In your cool indie concerts, you will be able to talk about me in your house, and with your organic shoes and your million-dollar couch, or I will think about myself when you say that / Oh my god, she's insane, wrote a song about us. I bet you think that you are thinking about it when she is out.
I have to include all of the lyrics of I Bet You Think About Me - but the op-in verse, a song that only you can eat and drink, as is the indie music; the song also looks like he is reincarnated in the context of his ex-wife, who is now, at the moment, in yelling, with the juxtaposition of sex and ego, the album and the songs which are just about him.
When the lights go out, it's hard to breathe / I pull at every thread trying to solve the puzzles in his head. If he is dying, if a person is the one who wants to make him leave instead - I call, just checking him 5 AM wasted & Long gone, not even listening... My voice screams.
In Forever Winter Swift remains preoccupied with her lovers mental health, foregoing her own well-being. While he promises to be summer sun forever, her screaming cries are met by someone whod wasted and not even listening these achingly all-consuming hopes are best summed up in the second verse, when it becomes clear that all her love may not be enough to repair a broken man.
If you give me the keys, I will bring the car back around / We shouldn't be in this city... And my so-called friends don'' t know a lane before you leave.
Unlike many others, they have a resemblance to their original Red collaboration Everything Has Changed. Their love is reflected in their emotional duet with rumbling about their relationship with the chaos surrounding them, and the naiveness of the one who trusts them is expressed in the first verse.
It never came / I didn't want to be in love But I like kids running... We didnt know if we were built to fall apart & we broke the status quo. Then we broken the other's hearts.
An upbeat ode to the early days of a relationship, before reality starts to get into tense, with resentment of an exciting new love affair in the second verse. Rather than looking back in frightened mirrors, Swift longs for the feeling of becoming accustomed to he's new lover, and tries to be an heir to her.
You said that alls good that ends well, but I am in a new hell / Every time you double-cross my mind - You told me that if we had been closer in age would have been fine... And that made me want to die.
I kept you like an oath, but when we meet again, nobody had to know. You kept me like a secret, and I keep you as he owes.
She watched the front door all night, willing her to come. And she said, "You who charmed my dad with self-effacing jokes / Sipping coffee like you were on a late-night show/ But then she watched me, watched you all day and watched her watch the door, and said she would turn 21.
I'll get older, but your lovers stay my age.
As expected, the 10-minute version of Swifts sad song, All Too Well delivered several lyrical gut punches and changed the overall narrative of the song from a tale of manipulation and secrecy to obscenes.
Swift mentions the age gap between her and her lover (again, probably the famous actor) in the songs new third verse, bringing to light a certain comment from his side made her want to die. Until the fourth verse and so much shade is thrown away - when Swift sings I get older but your lovers stay my age.
Swift thou awed the original chorus, You kept me secret / but I kept you as an oath, describing the disparity in the relationship. In the third verse, she tells the story of the duality in which she describes how she is in savorous. She again visits the idea of her love for ten years before her birthday, but couldn't be bothered to come up for her 21st birthday.