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Carrie Looks Flawless from head to toe!!
Jan 13, 2013

Carrie Looks Flawless from head to toe!!

Nov 19, 2012 / 6 notes

HANDS DOWN Taylor Swifts Best Performance EVER!!!!!!!!!

Oct 3, 2012 / 15 notes

choirboy87:

Rock It or Drop It- Taylor Swift “Red”


When I heard that Taylor Swift has a new single I was relived. I liked “We Are Never Getting Back Together” until the radio killed it and you litteraly couldn’t escape it if you wanted to. She went more on the pop side on that single but this time she goes back to her roots. When you listen to the song you can’t help but to wonder who she is talking about, probably John Mayer haha here is what she said about the song’s inspiration.

“I wrote this song about the fact that some things are just hard to forget because the emotions involved with them were so intense and, to me, intense emotion is red.”

So what do you guys think Rock It or Drop It?

Sep 7, 2012 / 2 notes

How Cool Was Taylor Swift’s 2012 VMA Performance!?!?!?

Mar 11, 2012 / 264 notes

heavensgladyoucame:

“Don’t Walk Away” isn’t a song that drew much attention, yet it could be Jackson’s most understated, authentic expression of heartbreak since “She’s out of my life.” Co-written by Jackson, Teddy Riley and Richard Stites, the track is different than the typically lavish Jackson ballad. Indeed, it is probably as close to country as Jackson got in his entire solo career. With a stripped-down, blues-tinged soul, Jackson articulates its emotion with nuance and conviction. Music critic Mike Heyliger described the track as a “stunningly heartbreaking ballad that the Backstreet Boys would still salivate in their sleep for.”

In its most literal interpretation, the song could be about Jackson’s relationship with Lisa Marie Presley. More generally, it is simply about the pain and despair of lost love.  “Don’t Walk Away,” he pleads. “See I just cant find the right way to say/ I try but all my pain gets in the way.” Later in the song, he laments all his dreams being broken but feels helpless to do anything about it. Jackson brilliantly captures the emptiness and anguish of the lyrics in his vocal. As a Motown legend Marvin Gaye once put it: “Michael will never lose the quality that separates the merely sentimental from the truly heartfelt. It’s rooted in the blues, and no matter what genre Michael is singing, that boy’s got the blues.”

(via joyinrepetition)