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I hate to name names: Swift writes about what she feels and about her experiences, which just happen to be what most people her age are experiencing, at least on a very general level. She says on her website, "I write songs about my adventures and misadventures, most of which concern love. Love is a tricky business.
But if it wasn't, I wouldn't be so enthralled with it. There's no pattern to it, except that it happens to all of us, of course. But as she moves on to adulthood - moving out of her parents' house and getting her first apartment in Nashville - her songwriting has taken a more sophisticated, nuanced turn reflected in some of her latest tracks. Swift describes the feeling of living on her own and laments the fact that she has moved away from home in the song "Never Grow Up," a slow self-reflective track in which grown-up Swift realizes the true wonders of youth. Another thing about this artist: She writes about specific experiences in her own life, thereby letting fans know what's happened to her and just how she feels about it.
Fans feel like they know her personally.
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She's not just another pop star singing vaguely about falling in love or drinking too much on a Friday night. Swift's music tugs at the heartstrings and lets fans know that whatever they're feeling, someone else has felt the same way. And that's comforting to know when you're in the midst of those vulnerable teenage years. I get my guitar and a pen and all of a sudden, I have a chance to say exactly what I meant to say in real life. That statement helps explain why Taylor has such a strong fan base. People relate to this sentiment of being tongue-tied in the moment, of regretting a missed opportunity to tell someone how they really feel.
Pop stars & idols : the recipe for success / by Lisa J. Aston | National Library of Australia
Swift is the voice of millions - of lovers, of friends, of those who don't have the same opportunity to make their voices heard. Love her or hate her, Swift's going to continue doing what she loves - making music - and it doesn't appear her star will start descending anytime soon. If you're not already a fan, you might as well jump on the bandwagon pulled by white horses, naturally and enjoy the ride.
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