I recently got a tattoo that means a lot to me, in so many ways. This marks my second Taylor Swift tattoo. I got the word RED in bold letters and the almost exact font that is used for the album. This album is amazing and heart breaking, and beautifully tragic. I never thought it was possible to relate to an album that much. I was a fan of Taylor before Red was released, but as I was listening to every song and got chills at every lyric. I began to realize when I was alone in my room with no one to talk to, Taylor was there. She was there when no one else in my life was. I was in a dark place in 2012 and even now, I still struggle with my demons. I experienced many painful memories and this album helped me. I saw the Red tour live in May of last year and after the concert - I had originally planned to commit suicide. There was something about that show that made me want to see another day. Taylor gave me hope. As I am sitting here typing this out, I am proud that I am here. Here to experience the 1989 era because I never thought I’d be able to hear a new Taylor album. Red was my rock and will always be held close to my heart. Before 1989 came out, I wanted to get this tattoo so that no matter where I am, it’s imprinted on me. This album changed my life - more importantly it saved my life. taylorswift
To move the furniture so we could dance taylorswiftWhat have you done?! Oh my gosh lol.taylorswift
THEY’RE DOING IT!!!
wanna have a jam guitar lesson with you!
Today I had the opportunity of a lifetime. Today I got to go to Taylor Swift’s house in Los Angeles with a handful of other diehard fans, and we all got the best surprise ever. We had the privilege of listening to ‘1989’ before it comes out in one month and one week with Taylor sitting in…
Taylor Swift says she wrote her new song “Bad Blood” about a fellow female artist who “did something so horrible” and tried to “sabotage” her!
Taylor Swift in The Rolling Stone
Some tracks from “1989”, cover art:
-Shake It Off
-All You Had To Do Was Stay
-Out Of The Woods
-I Wish You Could
Rolling Stone Magazine, 2014.