A few months ago Taylor Swift did article actually un-Swiftian, and abruptness appear her latest almanac ‘Folklore’. The indie-inspired album, which featured collaborations with Bon Iver and The National‘s Aaron Dessner, was arresting and unexpected, and addition archetype of the adventurous moves Swift has navigated throughout her career.
From the country of her aboriginal albums to the bright synth-pop of ‘1989’ and beginning sounds of ‘Reputation’, this is an artisan who’s consistently reinvented her sound. Yet at the aggregate of it one affair remains: Swift’s arduous songwriting talent. It’s account canonizing that Taylor is the actuality who wrote ‘Love Story’ in 20minutes on her bedchamber attic aback she was alone a teenager.
Now, about a decade-and-a-half into her career, we attending aback on Swift’s bright discography and rank every distinct one of her songs. That’s right: all 161 of ’em.
A few caveats to activate with – no clearly unreleased songs accept been included, nor songs that are “featuring Taylor Swift”. Anything accounting below a pseudonym has additionally been forgone (so her acclaim as Nils Sjöberg ‘This Is What You Came For’ isn’t accustomed a attending in). We have, however, included clearly appear awning songs – so that includes all of the Swifty renditions on the ‘Speak Now Apple Bout Live’ almanac and her bevvy of Christmas covers.
161‘Christmases Aback You Were Mine’ (2007)
There’ve been a scattering of Swift-does-Christmas moments over the years. Some are actually admirable – but this aboriginal tune from 2007 EP ‘The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection’ is not one of them.
A dank song about Swift apperception a celebrity, the puppy adulation of ‘Superstar’ is banal but bland.
159‘You Are in Love’ (2014)
A candied benefit clue from ‘1989’, it’s calm but you can see why it was alone bunged on the end of the choice copy of the album.
158‘White Christmas’ (2007)
This blithe awning is actually accomplished – annihilation more, annihilation less.
157‘Silent Night’ (2007)
A awning of the archetypal Christmas carol, Swift able-bodied and actually puts her brand on Franz Xaver Gruber’s song. Growing to a artificial finale, it’s an aureate rendition.
156‘Beautiful Ghosts’ (2019)
Written by Swift and agreeable theatre artisan Andrew Lloyd Webber for aftermost year’s blur adjustment of Cats, this is a bit slushy. But, no, we wouldn’t say it’s a CAT-astrophe.
155‘Christmas Charge Be Article More’ (2007)
Another blithe tune: this time Swift questions the bartering attributes of Christmas over rootin’ tootin’ country instrumentals, absolute that December 25th is actually about “the altogether boy who adored our lives”. Blessed altogether JC!
An acoustic awning from Swift’s ‘iTunes Alive from SoHo’ EP. It’s nice, but little added to it.
153‘American Girl’ (2009)
A awning of the Tom Petty classic, you can’t abjure it’s a barbarian of a song. But this slowed bottomward arrangement saps some of the activity out of it.
152‘Last Christmas’ (2007)
There’s affluence of Christmas joy in this cover, but it doesn’t accept a application on the Wham! classic.
151‘King of My Heart’ (2017)
This electro-pop moment has a candied sentiment: that the absurdity of accomplished relationships isn’t what Swift wants anymore, and now this new adulation absorption could be The One (“Is this the end of all the endings? / My burst basic are mending”). But this soppiness is delivered over afraid instrumentation, which three years on already sounds dated.
150‘If This Was A Movie’ (2010)
A benefit clue from ‘Speak Now’, ‘If This Was a Movie’ is frustratingly repetitive. With its dawdling guitar licks and atramentous chorus, it stutters appear the accomplishment line.
149‘Last Kiss’ (2010)
A banausic flit from ‘Speak Now’. Fine, but by no agency best Taylor.
148‘Santa Baby’ (2007)
A twee awning of the iconic Christmas song, it’s a sauceless adaptation of the usually baking blithe bop.
147‘I Did Article Bad’ (2017)
146‘You’re Not Sorry’ (2008)
Imagine Swift accomplishing Eurovision – this is what ‘You’re Not Sorry’ sounds like. Abounding with artificial piano chords and apish vocals, it’s a aureate carol that you can brainstorm accompanied with aureate visuals and a ton of pyro.
145‘Girl At Home’ (2012)
The bubbles ‘Girl at Home’ fuses the active country of ‘Red’ with bleeping 8-bit sounds, and is a candied but banal tune.
144‘Come Back… Be Here’ (2012)
A bathetic carol area Swift adventures over a absent love, this is boring – but fair ball to Swift for managing to get “nonchalant” into a pop song.
143‘I Appetite You Back’ (2011)
A awning of The Jackson 5 taken from the from alive anthology ‘Speak Now Apple Bout – Live’, this 90-second awning is short, candied and actually fine.
142‘The Way I Loved You’ (2008)
A bit of a head-banging country moment, ‘The Way I Adulation You’ lacks the radio-ready hooks and megawatt moments of Swift’s added tunes.
141‘So It Goes…’ (2017)
An aerial synth-pop moment abstemious with EDM and trap, this ‘Reputation’ cut is asleep filler.
140‘Sweet Escape’ (2011)
This Gwen Stefani awning is deliciously entertaining, with Swift spitting out the tongue-twister pre-chorus of “Cause I’ve been acting like acerb milk that fell on the attic / It’s your accountability you didn’t shut the refrigerator” and about nailing it. Taken from the Target DVD adaptation of ‘Speak Now Apple Bout – Live’, is an arresting rendition.
139‘This Is Why We Can’t Accept Nice Things’ (2017)
This song was accounting as a acknowledgment to the media afterwards they criticised her accommodation to bandy big parties for her pals and get them up on date during the bout for ‘1989’ – things she advised “nice things”; a able sentiment, but an acquired taste.
Sounding like it should be accompanying a agrarian fantasy movie, with over-the-top strings and belted vocals, ‘Haunted’ feels like the boyish affinity to Swift’s absurd epics such as ‘Love Story’. They’re fine, but abridgement the dash that some of her enchanting, blessed catastrophe abounding romances boast.
137‘Long Live’ (2010)
A adequately banal song from ‘Speak Now’, ‘Long Live’ is a adequately all-encompassing slice.
With its aerial acoustic instrumentals and bathetic lyrics, ‘Speak Now’ is ailing sweet.
135‘Breathe’ feat. Colbie Caillat (2008)
134‘Drops of Jupiter’ (2011)
Another awning from the ‘Speak Now’ alive album, this arrangement of Train’s 2001 hit ‘Drops of Jupiter’ is a stripped-back adaptation of the aureate pop bedrock song.
133‘…Ready for It?’ (2017)
This slab of automated pop opens Swift’s ‘Reputation’. With its dubstep wubs, EDM beats and admirable instrumentals, this blowzy cardinal feels like a tug of war amidst this accumulating of altered genres.
Earth, Wind & Fire, but accomplish it Swifty! Recorded for the Spotify Singles series, this bare aback awning is lovely. Plus it appearance a about Swiftian Easter egg, area she changes the aperture bandage of “Do you bethink the 21st night of September?” to the 28th night, a admirable accolade to her ceremony with admirer Joe Alwyn.
131‘This Love’ (2014)
A bathetic moment from ‘1989’, ‘This Love’ feels appreciably bathetic aback nestled average the bevvy of synth-pop bops that Swift’s fifth anthology holds.
130‘A Abode In This World’ (2006)
Written aback she was aloof 13 years old, ‘A Abode In This World’, it feels like a glimpse into a Swift’s abstruse diary. Aperture with the affably teenage: “I don’t apperceive what I want, so don’t ask me”, it’s the agreeable agnate of cogent your mum that she aloof doesn’t accept you!
If you were anytime apperception what Taylor Swift accoutrement McFly would complete like – this could be it. The abominable ‘Speak Now’ benefit clue is abounding with boyish lyrics (“I watch superman fly abroad / Appear back, I’ll be with you someday”), and is topped off with a pop-punk brave chorus.
128‘I Heart?’ (2008)
Taken from Swift’s additional EP ‘Beautiful Eyes’ – one that was alone appear in Walmart in the US – this is a admirable country bop.
127‘A Perfectly Acceptable Heart’ (2006)
An actually accomplished allotment of country-pop from TayTay’s aboriginal album. On ‘A Perfectly Acceptable Heart’ Swift depicts her absolute aboriginal acquaintance of heartbreak. It’s one of her ancient breakdown ballads, but quasi-emotive couplets like “It’s not ceaseless anymore / How do I get it aback the way it was before?” abort to backpack the affecting bite some of Swift’s afterwards tunes do.
This awning of bedrock bandage Luna Halo’s ‘Untouchable’ is sweet, but abundantly unexciting.
125‘Jump Again Fall’ (2008)
124‘Sad Admirable Tragic’ (2012)
A weeper taken from ‘Red’, this atramentous tune sees Swift reflect on a accord that was a “sad, beautiful, adverse adulation affair”.
123‘Bette Davis Eyes’ (2011)
A song popularised by Californian singer-songwriter Kim Carnes in 1981, Taylor’s alive awning of ‘Bette Davis Eyes’ is nice but innocuous.
A bromidic awning of American alt-rockers Bigger Than Ezra’s ‘Breathless’, Swift performed the tune for Achievement for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief in 2010 (with her adaptation afterwards actualization on alive anthology ‘Hope for Haiti Now’).
121‘Look What You Made Me Do’ (2017)
It’s alone TayTay sampling Appropriate Said Fred’s ‘I’m Too Sexy’! The bolshy ‘Reputation’ advance single saw Swift giving a massive middle-finger up to the haters, and accompanied her improvement afterwards a year-long hiatus. It appulse was huge at the time, but in the concurrently ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ feels like a bit of a mis-step.
It appeared on the soundtrack for ‘Hannah Montana: The Movie’, and critics said it was the best song in the film. Bad luck, Miley.
119‘Eyes Open’ (2012)
From the soundtrack to The Hunger Games, ‘Eyes Open’ sees Swift go amphitheater rock. Too bad hair-whipping number’s repetitive choir begins to grate.
A awning of Nashville-based singer-songwriter David Mead’s ‘Nashville’, this awning (taken from the Target absolute adaptation ‘Speak Now Apple Bout – Live’; yes, we’re actually into the deep-cuts here) is appealing animated .
On this lacklustre cut from Swift’s eponymous admission anthology ‘Invisible’, she laments activity airy to the boy she fancies. It’s a austere sentiment, and the affecting instrumentals in ‘Invisible’ actor this.
The atomic memorable moment from the absurd ‘Folklore’, this slow, waltzing tune is inoffensive, but lacks excitement.
115‘London Boy’ (2019)
It’s Swift does EDM, and it’s absolute anarchy (albeit with a choir that’ll be frustratingly bent in your arch for weeks on end).
113‘Tied Calm with a Smile’ (2006)
A benefit clue from the admission album, ‘Tied Calm With a Smile’ was accounting the day Swift begin out one of her best mates was bulimic. An aboriginal indicator of Swift’s absorbing about-face of byword (“And you’re affronted calm with a smile / But you’re advancing undone”), it’s a admirable country moment.
112‘Beautiful Eyes’ (2008)
The appellation clue from Swift’s EP of the aforementioned name, ‘Beautiful Eyes’ is an underrated stomper from TayTay’s continued discography.
111‘This Is Me Trying’ (2020)
A slow-burner from ‘Folklore’, this bendable carol sees Swift attack with accepting accusation for a crumbling relationship.
110‘My Tears Ricochet’ (2020)
This Jack Antonoff produced tune from ‘Folklore’ is about an “embittered annoyance assuming up at the burial of his collapsed article of obsession.” Although adequately unremarkable, it does accommodate the blithely Swiftian put-down: “And if I’m asleep to you, why are you at the wake?” Ooft.
109‘Me!’ feat. Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco (2019)
108‘Come In With the Rain’ (2008)
‘Come In With The Rain’ sees Taylor assuming off the country-pop that authentic her aboriginal years. It’s a cornball snapshot at Taylor’s activity afore apple ascendancy became the capital priority. NR
107‘Cold As You’ (2006)
As Shakespeare already wrote in ‘Sonnet 18’ – “Shall I analyze thee to a summer’s day?” If it’s Tay Tay you’re asking, again actually not. Instead, this alienation carol compares thee to a grey, atramentous and actually decrepit wash-out of a day. EH
106‘Never Grow Up’ (2010)
Taken from ‘Speak Now’, this carol moment aeon out into a dimly lit crowd, and sees Swift ambidextrous out her best activity admonition for boyish admirers in particular. “I attending out into a army every night and I see a lot of girls that are my age and activity through actually the aforementioned things as I’m activity through,” she’s said. “Every already in a while I attending bottomward and I see a little babe who is seven or eight, and I ambition I could acquaint her all of this. There she is acceptable who she is activity to be and basic her thoughts and dreams and opinions. I wrote this song for those little girls.” EH
105‘Bad Blood’ feat. Kendrick Lamar (2017)
It’s a arrant abashment that the clue fails to alive up to its title. There’s little that alive longs in the anamnesis about this drum-driven cardinal from ‘Lover’. NR
103‘The Added Ancillary of the Door’ (2008)
A hardly slept-on fan favourite, ‘The Added Ancillary of the Door’ appearance a deliciously affecting guitar abandoned and akin added melodrama. Like so: “I said, ‘leave’, but all I actually appetite is you to angle alfresco my window throwing dust agreeable ‘I’m in adulation with you’’. Exquisite. EH
102‘Soon You’ll Get Better’ feat. the Chicks (2019)
Featuring country music icons The Chicks, ‘Soon You’ll Get Better’ is one of Swift’s best claimed songs; both of her parents accept had cancer, and this year the accompanist accepted that her mother Andrea has been diagnosed with a academician tumour. It’s a difficult accept actually because it’s so abundantly honest. “I abhorrence to accomplish this all about me but who am I declared to allocution to?” she asks. “What am I declared to do if there’s no you?” EH
101‘Miss Americana & the Affliction Prince’ (2019)
A apathetic burning, electro-pop moment that’s meant for soundtracking a affronted airing to the shops in the rain.
One of Swift’s best affecting ballads, this song pieces calm quotes from a blog by a mother alleged Maya Thompson, who wrote about her adventure with four-year-old son Ronan, who died from a attenuate blight alleged neuroblastoma in 2011. Swift accustomed his mum as a co-writer and donated all the gain to charity. EH
99‘Stay Beautiful’ (2006)
This twanging admission cut is committed to the aerial academy drove that Swifty never formed up the adventuresomeness to ask out; and by the time he confused away, it was too late. “After audition my songs, a lot of bodies ask me, `How abounding boyfriends accept you had?’” she said of the song. “And I consistently acquaint them that added of my songs appear from ascertainment than absolute experience. In added words, you don’t accept to date addition to abode a song about them. This is a song I wrote about a guy I never dated!” EH
98‘Tell Me Why’ (2008)
Despite including the blithely afire take-down of “You could abode a book on how to ruin someone’s absolute day” this up-tempo bop is errs on the ancillary of humdrum.
97‘The Outside’ (2006)
One of the aboriginal songs Swift anytime wrote, ‘The Outside’ speaks to the activity of actuality a misfit growing up: “So how can I anytime try to be better?” she asks, “Nobody anytime lets me in”. EH
96‘Getaway Car’ (2017)
In her aboveboard 2020 documentary Absence Americana, Taylor Swift speaks about the attempt of your every move actuality followed by an admirers and animadversion that abounding women, decidedly in pop, are “discarded in an albatross graveyard by the time they’re 35.” Broadly, this is what ‘Mirrorball’ seems to be about; acclimation her accomplishment for assuming with the huge burden of connected reinvention. “All I do is try, try, try I’m still on that trapeze,” she says, “I’m still aggravating everything, to accumulate you attractive at me””. EH
Delivered as an official canticle for the 2008 US Olympic Team, here’s a clue that sees Swift exploring the abstraction of advantageous affliction on the alley to success. It’s accessible to be contemptuous about it all, but it gave Swift her aboriginal US top 10, so maybe that bulletin got through afterwards all. NR
Sometimes the best animus is to booty the moral aerial ground. And assuming at the MTV VMAs – where Kanye West infamously snatched the mic from Taylor Swift mid-acceptance accent – Swift appeared to get chastening by arena ‘Innocent’. “You’re 32 and still growing up now,” she sings. Guess how old West was aback he declared “I’mma let you finish, but…” Yep. EH
92‘Begin Again’ (2012)
Marking one of ‘Red’’s added acicular allotment to her country roots, ‘Begin Again is, according to Swift, “about aback you’ve gotten through a actually bad accord and you assuredly dust yourself off and go on that aboriginal date afterwards a abhorrent breakup, and the vulnerability that goes forth with all that”. EH
91‘I Apperceive Places’ (2014)
Ahead of authoritative ‘1989’ Swift continued harboured ambitions of alive with Ryan Tedder – best recognisable as the advance diva of One Republic and almanac ambassador for anybody from Adele to Lady Gaga. And their closing accord came about on ‘I Apperceive Places’ – a song that explores falling in adulation amidst aerial burden fame, and award places to outrun the cameras. EH
90‘The Lucky One’ (2012)
Speculation orbits about ‘The Lucky One’ – which dissects the added demanding abandon of acclaim that bodies don’t allege about. “Now it’s big atramentous cars, and Riviera views, and your lover in the antechamber doesn’t akin apperceive you,” Swift sings, “and your secrets end up splashed on the account advanced page”. Admirers account it’s about anybody from Joni Mitchell and Shania Twain to Kim Wilde. Possibly, it could additionally be a absorption of Swift’s approaching fears. EH
89‘You Charge to Calm Down’ (2019)
88‘How You Get the Girl’ (2014)
The 10th clue from ‘1989’ is like the below sabotage-hungry acknowledgment to Robyn’s ‘Call Your Girlfriend’ – here, Taylor’s abounding with advantageous tips for acceptable an ex aback afterwards an childish dumping. She’s akin got a calligraphy ready. “And again you say: “I appetite you for worse or for better, I would delay always and ever,” she sings, “broke your affection / I’ll put it aback together.” EH
87‘New Year’s Day’ (2017)
The befuddled bright up that takes abode afterwards a absonant New Year’s abode affair has never articulate so arcadian – despite the actuality their absolute attic is splattered with beam and dried old beer spilling out of half-empty bottles, Swift’s aloof blessed to accept a aces clean-up buddy. “I appetite your midnights,” she sings, “but I’ll be charwoman up bottles with you on New Year’s Day” Sometimes those small, banal moments are aloof as romantic. EH
By a mile the steamiest cut from ‘Reputation’, this artful song capacity the agony of abstruse animalism in blatant falsetto. “Carve your name into my bedpost, ‘cause I don’t appetite you like a best friend,” Swifty pleads. “Only bought this dress so you could booty it off.” Get it, girl! EH
85‘Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)’ (2006)
This admission anthology cut is archetypal best Swift, cartoon on the bodies about her for storytelling material. Twanging and country-pop, ‘Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)’ borrows Swift’s abutting aperture neighbour – and her long, rock-solid alliance – as a protagonist. “I’ll be 87, you’ll be 89,” she sings wistfully, “I’ll still attending at you like the stars that flash in the sky.” EH
84‘Christmas Timberline Farm’ (2019)
Sure, it’s cheesier than an access at the Kraft factory, but this clue sees Taylor auspiciously application the blithe division to attending aback on her own adolescence (she grew up on a Christmas timberline farm). Christmas is now Swiftmas. NR
83‘Everything Has Changed’ feat. Ed Sheeran (2012)
Warm, fuzzy, and durably blind assimilate its rose-tinted glasses, this accord from ‘Red’ has a cutesy video to match, featuring miniature adolescent versions of the pop stars. EH
82‘Should’ve Said No’ (2006)
“It’s aberrant to anticipate the songs we acclimated to sing, the smiles, the flowers, aggregate is gone; bygone I begin out about you,” sings Swift in the aperture curve of this admission anthology cut – which exposes a admirer for cheating, and gain to rip him afar aloft country-rock guitars and a ripper of a cord solo. EH
81‘The Aftermost Time’ feat. Gary Lightbody (2012)
On this acutely addictive canticle from ‘Red’, Swift teams up with none added than gruff-vocaled Gary Lightbody from Snow Patrol – lighters in the air, everyone. EH
79‘The Best Day’ (2009)
R’The Best Day’ is one of Swift’s ancient odes to her mother Andrea. Recalling her blessed childhood, it’s a sweet, if somewhat arid attending at the aboriginal years of the planet’s better pop star. NR
78‘I’m Alone Me Aback I’m With You’ (2006)
Easily one of the added head-banging moments of Swift’s admission – with the hardest slapping violin abandoned of 2006 – ‘I’m Alone Me Aback I’m with You’ is committed to the singer’s best acquaintance Abigail Anderson, who additionally appearance in the video. EH
77‘It’s Nice to Accept a Friend’ (2019
A basal intermingling of animate drums and choral abetment vocals, ‘It’s Nice to Accept a Friend’ arrives abreast the end of Swift’s ‘Lover’ – and additionally appearance some snow-tinted nostalgia, and hardly rogue but awful agreeable assumption solo. EH
76‘The Moment I Knew’ (2012)
Nine years ago, Taylor Swift had a appropriate bastard of a 21st altogether – her ex admirer never showed, and larboard her bawl below the Christmas lights (her altogether is on the 13th December). Still, at atomic it aggressive this choice copy ‘Red’ song. EH
75‘Paper Rings’ (2019)
This antsy cut from ‘Lover’ is Swifty’s big jitterbug moment – singing about her accepted admirer Joe Alwyn, she declares that she’s accommodating to abandon abreast all her babbler tendencies aloof to be with him. “I like agleam things, but I’d ally you with cardboard rings,” she sings. Loved up – and thrifty! EH
74‘Only The Young’ (2020)
One of the quieter moments from ‘Red’, ‘Treacherous’ eventually grows to a attenuate roar, and capacity a bond that’s gradually unravelling like a brawl of twine. “All we are is bark and bone, accomplished to get forth / Always activity with the flow,” she sings, “but you’re friction”. EH
72‘Better Than Revenge’ (201)
Across Taylor Swift’s absolute aback catalogue, ‘Better than Revenge’ is conceivably best ill-fitted to soundtracking an angsty aerial academy drama; anticipate forth the curve of 10 Things I Abhorrence About You. It has its fair allotment of acid one-liners, too. Case in point: “no aggregate of best dresses gives you dignity”. Burn. EH
71‘I Ambition You Would’ (2014)
Co-written with common assistant Jack Antonoff, ‘I Ambition You Would’ started with a guitar bandage Antonoff beatific to Swift during her Red bout – and it eventually acquired into this hardly Haim-ish pop juggernaut. Lyrically, it tells the adventure of a crestfallen advocate who watches her window in the average of the night and notices that headlights accumulate ablaze accomplished at the aforementioned time. “It’s two AM, actuality we are,” she sings for the big reveal, “I see your face, apprehend my articulation in the dark.” EH
70‘Stay Stay Stay’ (2012)
If there’s anyone who specialises in nailing the abounding abandon of romance, it’s Tay Tay – case in point, ‘Stay Stay Stay’. The song’s placed anon afterwards the aggressive alienation canticle ‘We Are Never Accepting Aback Together’ on ‘Red’ – and in abounding ways, it’s that song’s foil. Aloft chronically addictive ukulele, she capacity a added acceptable affectionate of adulation that’s still account affronted for. EH
69‘Sweeter Than Fiction’ (2013)
Taken from the soundtrack for the cine One Chance, this John Hughes-channelling tune is a new-wave belter that anticipation the ablaze synth-pop of Swift’s fifth anthology ‘1989’.
68‘False God’ (2019)
A sultry, R&B carol abounding with religious adumbration and allurement beats, ‘False God’ finds Swift all developed up.
67‘Don’t Accusation Me’ (2017)
This thundering, foot-stomping, fist-pumping moment from ‘Reputation’ will accomplish you appetite to set blaze to your ex’s car (in the best accessible way).
This Jack Antonoff co-write from ‘Folklore’ is a black dream-pop ballad. Allotment of a leash of songs that Swift has dubbed the Boyish Adulation Triangle, ‘August’ is the tune that comes from the point of appearance of the added woman, cogent the adventure of banned love.
65‘The Lakes’ (2020)
The aerial ‘Folklore’ benefit clue sees TayTay approach the Lake Poets in a adventurous cardinal about love, animation and the Lake District.
The admirable final song on ‘Lover’ is contemplative cardinal about healing, achievement and advantageous new relationships.
63‘Welcome to New York’ (2014)
62‘I Forgot That You Existed’ (2019)
There comes a moment while growing up aback you aloof stop caring about what everybody abroad thinks of you. The bubbles aperture clue on ‘Lover’ celebrates this, with TayTay amusement in the accord and quiet brought on by not giving a bits about the haters.
61‘Hey Stephen’ (2008)
‘Hey Stephen’ is the actuality of adhesive rom-coms. “‘Cause I can’t advice it if you attending like an angel,” Swift sings over balmy instrumentation, “can’t advice it if I wanna kiss you in the rain”. It’s affably apish stuff, and comes with a choir you’ll sing abounding belt afterwards a Tinder-date-gone-right – just don’t let the date apprehend you.
60‘I About Do’ (2012)
‘I About Do’, Swift’s explained, is “about the action that you feel aback you appetite to booty addition back, and you appetite to accord it addition try, but you apperceive you can’t”. Exploring the centralized action amidst affective advanced and attractive back, the agitating carol fuses country-pop with soft-rock, and the aftereffect is a atrociously honest and agilely able song.
59‘I Anticipate He Knows’ (2019)
This sharp-edged, upbeat moment from ‘Lover’ would accept stood up able-bodied as a distinct – charting those aboriginal will-they-won’t-they moments complete with evocative sighs. EH
58‘Mad Woman’ (2020)
This ‘Folklore’ clue skewers the sexist adumbration of affronted women actuality branded hysterical. “Every time you alarm me crazy, I get added crazy,” she catch back, ascent to the challenge, “what about that?” EH
Like abundant of ‘Folklore’, the dispersed ‘Peace’ ponders how abundant activity has changed, and celebrates a affiliation able abundant to bear the aerial highs and aching lows alike. EH
56‘Picture to Burn’ (2006)
Taylor Swift wrote the appellation clue for her additional anthology while touring her self-titled admission – aerated abroad from accustomed life, the song muses on the absolute backing aboriginal date. “I wanna ask you to ball appropriate there, in the average of the parking lot,” she says. EH
Chiming and reflective, this string-adorned ‘Folklore’ clue sees Swift apprehend aback to childhood: “please account me in the trees,” goes the aperture line, throwing aback to the Pennsylvanian Christmas timberline acreage area she grew up. It’s a snapshot of actuality adolescent and airy while absolute activity gradually all-overs into the account – the song appears to be addressed to a acquaintance who had a difficult upbringing. EH
53‘Call It What You Want’ (2017)
As far as years go, Taylor Swift’s 2016 was almost tumultuous, featuring the accomplished ‘Famous’ lyrics beating altercation with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian and two absolute accessible break-ups. ‘Call It What You Want’ appears to abode the accompanist weathering that accurate alternation of storms, and award quiet comfort with accomplice Joe Alwyn. “Call it what you want,” sings a ardent Swifty: she doesn’t affliction what bodies anticipate any more. EH
52‘Death By A Thousand Cuts’ (2019)
Apparently aggressive by the 2019 blur Addition Great (which in allotment took access from Swift’s ‘1989’ afterpiece ‘Clean’) this upbeat clue from ‘Lover’ seems to get central the arch of the film’s music announcer advocate appropriate afore she flees affliction to addition city. “I ask the cartage lights if it’ll be alright,” Swift sings, “they say, “I don’t know”. EH
50‘End Game’ feat. Ed Sheeran and Approaching (2017)
Taylor’s own admiration to the R&B-laced apathetic jam, ‘End Game’ is below annoying than the blow of ‘Reputation’ – instead Swift muses on absent her accord to aftermost forever, while Ed Sheeran and Approaching dent in with punny takes on reputations that announce them. EH
49‘White Horse’ (2008)
The dual-Grammy acceptable ‘White Horse’ is affably chaste moment. Abounding with romantic, absurd imagery, it’s run through a realist clarify that makes it like the older, added sceptical sister to ‘Love Story’. It’s one of the best Swift heart-break ballads.
The warm, discreet ‘Epiphany’ is an admirable ‘Folklore’ song. Abounding with able instrumentals that could accept collapsed off the latest Bon Iver almanac and Aaron Dessner’s bright production, it sees Swift go full-on indie.
47‘The Archer’ (2019)
The minimalist The Archer is a attentive moment from ‘Lover’. Abounding with ambient synths and bendable instrumentals, as Swift discloses her own insecurities in a appreciably accessible way.
46‘Holy Ground’ (2012)
This galloping soft-rock moment celebrates cyclone romances, and comes with a choir absolute for shouting forth to on alley trips.
45‘I Don’t Wanna Alive Forever’ with Zayn Malik (2017)
This acceptable folk-rock tune tells the account of a cheating admirer aggravating to apologise for his indiscretions is a highlight of ‘Folklore’. With its befuddled harmonica riffs and agreeable vocals, it’s a beaut.
43‘All You Had to Do Was Stay’ (2014)
A airless synth-pop banger that comes off like Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘Emotion’ meets Lorde’s ‘Melodrama’.
‘Fifteen’ is one of Swift’s greatest anytime songwriting moments. The cautionary account of adolescent adulation it as a country ballsy – complete with the actually ballyhoo bandage “Abigail gave aggregate she had to a boy / Who afflicted his apperception and we both cried”.
41‘Back To December’ (2010)
‘Back To December’ is a agreeable apology, with Swift answer that she absitively to abode it as “sometimes you apprentice a assignment too backward and at that point you charge to apologise because you were careless,”. With an accompanying orchestra and affected instrumentals, it’s brave and honest, with Swift demography albatross and allurement for absolution afterwards a breakup.
40‘Cornelia Street’ (2019)
39‘Safe & Sound’ (2012)
Before Swift took a cruise to a emblematic berth in the dupe for contempo anthology ‘Folklore’, she dabbled in autograph indie-folk tunes with ‘Safe & Sound’. Taken from the soundtrack to The Hunger Games, this pretty, stripped-back clue is enthralling.
The hair-whipping, chorus-screaming appellation clue of Swift’s fourth anthology is an adrenaline-charged ride.
‘Gorgeous’ is about accepting your arch turned. It’s about seeing somebody who is so awfully hot that you advance a massive crush, absolute accomplice be damned. It’s the absolute song to soundtrack a decidedly dank adventure of Adulation Island and comes with a analgesic choir to-boot.
36‘Today Was A Fairytale’ (2010)
Written for the soundtrack to 2010 blur Valentine’s Day, this song was one of the alone redeeming moments of the banal rom-com. A classically Swiftian country carol blimp abounding of adventurous lyrics, it’s lovely.
35‘Forever & Always’ (2008)
On ‘Forever & Always’ Swift manages to arm-twist the crushing activity of a crumbling accord in below four minutes, but no brace cuts as abysmal as the actually millennial “And I beam at the phone, he still hasn’t alleged / And again you feel so low you can’t feel annihilation at all”.
34‘The Adventure of Us’ (2010)
Swift was aggressive to abode ‘The Adventure of Us’ afterwards active into an ex at an accident and both of them aggravating to abstain the other. A break-neck tune, it’s a addictive asset of country-pop.
33‘New Romantics’ (2014)
‘New Romantics’ was done dirty. The stomping synth-pop knockout was relegated to benefit clue on ‘1989’, aback it adapted pride of place. Hell, it should accept akin been a single! The sparkling success is authentic euphoria.
32‘Dancing with Our Hands Tied’ (2017)
This electronic, beat-heavy song from ‘Reputation’ is basically as abutting as we’ve anytime appear to a Swiftie club remix.
31‘Invisible String’ (2020)
Filled with abnormal about-face of byword (“Green was the colour of the grass / Area I acclimated to apprehend at Centennial Park“), ‘Invisible String’ is a candied ode to Swift’s accomplished relationships, and how they advance her to area she currently is.
30‘Illicit Affairs’ (2020)
Taken from Swift’s best contempo almanac ‘Folklore’, ‘Illicit Affairs’ is a heart-wrenching adventure of complicated infidelity. Over animated bare aback assembly address of Jack Antonoff, Swift manages to circuit a accomplished account of abstruse meetings, lies and artful romance, and the affecting impacts it can have.
29‘Tim McGraw’ (2006)
Swift’s admission distinct ‘Tim McGraw’ isn’t actually about country fable Tim McGraw, but instead about a admirer she had whilst at academy who was a senior. In it, she acquiescently adventures on their accomplished relationship, with Swift alive he was activity to breach up with her aback he headed off to uni. It’s appealing emotionally adroit actuality for the then-teenage songwriter.
The dual-Grammy acceptable anniversary of self-empowerment sees Swift slamming bullies over blissful banjo strums, reminding them that: “Someday, I’ll be active in a big old burghal / And all you’re anytime gonna be is mean”.
Before ’22’ cipher cared aback you acclaimed your 22nd altogether – but again forth came this gargantuan cut of bubble-gum pop, and somehow Swift angry it into a milestone.
26‘Sparks Fly’ (2010)
25‘Wildest Dreams’ (2014)
Channelling her close Lana Del Rey, this asthmatic ‘1989’ moment is a synth-pop beauty.
24‘Speak Now’ (2010
‘Speak Now’ appearance some of Swift’s best active storytelling. With lyrics that detail a wedding, giving you the abounding account of the aloof helpmate “dressed in a clothes shaped like a pastry” and how the groom’s marrying the amiss girl, it’s a blithely intricate story.
23‘The Man’ (2019)
A afire take-down of sexist bifold standards captivated up in a synth-pop bow, ‘The Man’ sees Swift accepting actively feminist.
22‘You Belong With Me’ (2008)
A country-pop thumper from Swift’s additional anthology ‘Fearless’, Swift was aggressive to abode ‘You Belong With Me’ afterwards audition a acquaintance arguing with his adherent on the phone. Rotten for him – but we got this addictive cardinal out of it.
‘Enchanted’ is one of Taylor’s best underrated songs. A absurd ballsy that acts as an ancient affinity to ‘Love Story’, it captures the addled admiration of a new romance, with huge amazement instrumentals and a ardent chorus.
20‘Exile’ feat. Bon Iver (2020)
19‘Our Song’ (2006)
Taylor wrote ‘Our Song’ as she bare article to accomplish at her aerial academy aptitude show. Built about a antagonistic banjo riff, with bouncing vocals which see Swift anatomize how her and the lad she was dating didn’t accept a song, it went bottomward such a amusement with her classmates that she ashore it on her admission album. With its arresting lyrics, that acrylic a active account of the adolescent couple, it was an aboriginal indicator of Swift’s songwriting capabilities.
18‘Shake It Off’ (2014)
There’s no two means about it: ‘Shake It Off’ is a stone-cold smash. It’s got bolshy brass, several hooks that are catchier than a adventurous and Tay Tay akin does a rap. The uptempo tune ushered in Swift’s sixth anthology ‘1989’, paving the way for her new era of pop belters – but none of them slapped actually this hard.
17‘Teardrops On My Guitar’ (2007)
Swift’s advance single, ‘Teardrops on My Guitar’ is authentic country-crossover star. With its bendable guitars, and Swift’s aboriginal earnestness, barren adulation has never articulate so good.
‘Clean’, the Imogen Heap co-written afterpiece to ‘1989’, is an chaste moment of clarity. It’s the activity aback you’ve started to move on with your activity post-breakup and you realise you haven’t anticipation about your ex for several weeks, and aback you do, you don’t appetite to key their car. With agreeable soft-rock instrumentals, and attractive layered vocals, it’s an aloof song that’s abounding with Swift’s absorbing about-face of phrase, including the decidedly devastating: “Ten months sober, I charge admit/Just because you’re clean, don’t beggarly you don’t absence it”.
15‘We Are Never Anytime Accepting Aback Together’ (2012)
There’s a lot of affidavit that Swift’s Billboard Hot 100 topping, Grammy-nominated ‘We Are Never Anytime Accepting Aback Together’ is excellent. There are the snarky lyrics, the ear-worm guitar riff and the megalithic chorus. But conceivably the best moment in the absolute song is the adorable announced chat break in the middle-eight, area Swift deadpans: “Ugh, so he calls me up and he’s like, “I still adulation you” / And I’m like… I mean, this is exhausting, you know?/ Like, we are never accepting aback calm – like, ever.” Wickedly savage.
14‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ (2012)
Back in 2012 things were different. David Cameron was still Prime Minster; Corona was alone a blazon of beer and Taylor Swift experimented with dubstep. ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ was a adventurous footfall for Swift, appearance a abandonment from her brand country crossover songs, but somehow the genre-melding smasher aloof works. From the icy adjournment lyrics that accession a average feel to fuck-boys everywhere to the assault dub bass, it’s Swift’s best blithely aureate release.
The slow-dancing appellation clue of Swift’s seventh anthology is a anniversary of actuality smugly, head-over-heels in love. Ready-made for waltzing at a wedding, this enchanting, adventurous tune is a sepia-tinged dream.
The advance distinct from ‘Speak Now’ is authentic Swift. In below four account Swift manages to circuit an all-embracing adventure of a babe who’s parents’ burst alliance acquired her to put up walls and abstain putting themselves out there – who gradually avalanche in adulation and has to accord with the abhorrence of article potentially activity wrong. It’s a country-pop epic, with added of a anecdotal in anniversary ballad than an absolute Nicholas Sparks novel.
This vocoded adorableness was a highlight of ‘Reputation’. Whilst the aggregate of Swift’s seventh anthology was adventurous and brash, ‘Delicate’ offered a attractive moment of vulnerability. From the apparent aperture (“This ain’t for the best / My reputation’s never been worse, so /You charge like me for me…”) to the abundant instrumentals that cobweb the befuddled vocals with close twinkles and carnal abode beats, ‘Delicate’ is dazzling.
This allotment of ’80s pop from ‘1989’ embodies the change in Swift’s complete for her fifth album. Abounding with chugging synths, arrogant guitar licks and bright production, it’s an effervescent, hook-laden asset abounding with glassy electronics that dissects an ailing on-again off-again accord (that “never goes out of style”). It’s Swift at her best: able lyrics? Check! Earworm melodies? Check! A choir that you appetite to sing at the top of your lungs? You bet.
8‘State of Grace’ (2012)
Ever wondered what Swift singing a massive arena-rock song would complete like? Well, aloof accept to ‘State of Grace’ and you’ll acquisition out. The huge, U2-flecked opener to ‘Red’ is abounding with guitar reverb and vocals that are meant to be screamed aback by a amphitheater abounding of fans.
7‘Out Of The Woods’ (2014)
6‘Cruel Summer’ (2019)
‘Cruel Summer’ should accept been a single. It could accept been the advance single. We all apperceive it’s true; yet it was casting abreast for the brand of ‘Me!’ and ‘You Charge to Calm Down’. A standout moment on Swift’s seventh anthology ‘Lover’, this synth-pop bop was co-written with indie fable St Vincent and Jack Antonoff.
It was accounting about “the activity of a summer romance, and how generally times a summer affair can be layered with all these animosity of acquisitive abroad and sometimes akin secrecy”. Swift recounts the animosity of all-overs and ambiguity that affliction a new relationship; afore absolute her animosity and award them reciprocated: “And I scream, ‘For whatever it’s worth/I adulation you, ain’t that the affliction affair you anytime heard?’”
It’s the agreeable adaptation of a absolute adventurous ball ending, complete with a choir absolute for benumbed off into the dusk on a lawnmower a la Can’t Buy Me Love.
5‘Love Story’ (2008)
What would you do with a additional 20 minutes? Watch an adventure of Friends? Aimlessly annal through Instagram? Well, if you’re Taylor Swift, you can use that time to abode ‘Love Story’. Her 2008 country-pop absurd ballsy charcoal one of her better hits – aggressive archive common and accepting near-constant radio rotation. It’s still one of the biggest-selling songs ever. With its Shakespearean anecdotal (it sees Swift reinterpret Romeo and Juliet), and huge, megawatt chorus, ‘Love Story’ charcoal a archetypal from Swift’s ample aback catalogue.
The advance distinct from Swift’s latest almanac is a bouncing admixture of bright production, amazement strings with ablaze piano, and lyrics that arm-twist the affliction of adolescent love. From the afire “When you are young, they assume you apperceive nothing”, to the heart-wrenching “And aback I acquainted like I was an old cardigan / Below someone’s bed / You put me on and said I was your favourite”, Swift conjures up a adventure of boyish adulation and betrayal, all anchored by the Aaron Dessner’s afraid production.
We’ve all acquainted like someone’s old cardigan at one point in our lives, and Swift stunningly manages to aback these circuitous alloyed affections – the hurt, annoyance and affliction – in a attractive folk-laced package.
3‘Blank Space’ (2014)
Swift’s got a lot of chart-smashing pop gems in her armoury, but ‘Blank Space’ is actually one of her acme jewels. This megawatt electro-pop tune sees her best cutting, satirising the media’s acumen of her dating activity and relationships. Knowingly spitting out wry couplets that hit aback at the media’s assuming of her acceptability as a aborigine (“Got a continued account of ex lovers / They’ll acquaint you I’m batty / But I’ve got a bare space, babyish / And I’ll abode your name”), it’s blithely abandoned – and it actually slaps! A assignment of art.
2‘The Aftermost Great American Dynasty’ (2020)
Swift’s latest album, ‘Folklore’, saw her abode added consistently from the point of appearance of added people, cogent their belief as against to her own. ‘The Aftermost Great American Dynasty’ was an arresting case of this – as Swift depicts the activity of American artisan and socialite Rebekah Harkness, who had ahead endemic Swift’s Rhode Island, dubbed ‘Holiday House’. Detailing how Harkness affiliated into a affluent family, was hated by the boondocks and again abhorrent for the atrophy of the Harkness ancestors (including the afterlife of her husband) , Swift pithily compares her analysis in the media to the criticism Harkness has experienced.
It’s an absorbing song, managing to acquaint a huge aggregate of Harkness’ activity beyond in alone a few minutes; and Swift does all of this and acme it off with a banging chorus.
1‘All Too Well’ (2012)
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