Fearless

"Taylor Swift"

Jun 14, 2019

Typical teenage album

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I think by now we all are aware of the writing style of Taylor Swift, I mean what I found is most of her albums mostly deals with the issue of love, breakup or boys and fun part is she always tries to connect her songs with her personal life. So there is reason why most her albums are related to those issues so the reason is quite funny and I feel the biology plays an important role in it, I mean the album like Fearless she released this album when she was just eighteen, I mean as far my knowledge goes that’s the exact age when we all fall in love and gone through all this love struggles, at least I was one of them and that’s the time when our mind works like an idiot so few become poets, few started working out and there are many other ways to get away from this feelings, but when it comes to celebrity like Taylor Swift she was already well established personality at that time so she did the right thing she bought out her pain and grief through her new album and guess what people loved it. What I find interesting is her way of connecting to the young audience I mean she mostly brings those songs that are being loved by the youth population of the society.

Being Fifteen is not an easy job

If I ask you what was the age when you were most foolish but acted like a smart one and use to get into trouble quite often and mostly those troubles were related to your relationships, I can proudly say I was one of those kids, I think that is the age when you are most confused about what is right what is wrong or who is right and who is wrong, we generally start trusting everyone blindly, and that’s exactly the issue Taylor Swift bought in her song fifteen. In her song she beautifully touched all those aspect which I just mentioned, she spoke about how we remain confused, how easily we fall in love and then come out, everything looks so confused and all this things are very well mentioned in her lyrics for example: It's your freshman year and you're gonna be here
For the next four years in this town
Hopin' one of those senior boys will wink at you and say
You know I haven't seen you around, before
'Cause when you're fifteen and somebody tells you they love you, you're gonna believe them
And when you're fifteen, feelin' like there's nothin' to figure out
Well count to ten, take it in
This is life before you know who you're gonna be, fifteen. In this very line she beautifully narrated the story of how we get into a classroom and our expectations from people around us and how we easily use to believe that someone really love us. There is a funny reason why I could able to relate this song, so I remember I had a crush on one of my classmate and one day she just said that she likes me and I thought it as she loves me and the chaos after that is something which still makes me laugh and I believe many of us had gone through this same phase.

There is nothing to be afraid of

What I feel is a true relation is that in which you don’t have to be afraid of anything I mean you can be yourself in front of your partner you don’t have to act differently and that’s what true love means, at least for me that’s what matters. In the song “Fearless” she actually spoke about how you can remain fearless with the person you love, she beautifully talks about how different a world looks when you are with someone whom you love, for example: There's somethin' bout the way
The street looks when it's just rained
There's a glow off the pavement
Walk me to the car. In this line she spoke about how wonderful it feels when you are around with the person you love it feels like a new glow; you feel like dancing. I think this song is mostly about the initial stages of your relationship and I find this song very teenage oriented so I believe the young kids who just got into a relationship might find this song interesting.

Sometimes you have to end up

It is very tough to leave someone when you love them full heartedly, and no matter what, you are ready to take them back, though this song I believe is written from a girls perspective but with my personal experience I can assure that this same thing happen to boys as well and we also sometimes keep on forgiving them, I am not here to differentiate anything what I am saying is no matter what the gender is, whoever it is there comes a time in every one’s life when you decide that, it’s over you cannot just take it anymore, and that’s exactly what Taylor Swift had bought in her new song. She very beautifully spoke about how she use to forgive the person and use to take him back until she realized that she can’t take it anymore and that is very well reflected in her lyrics for example: All this time, all this time
All this time I was wasting
Hoping you would come around
I've been giving out chances every time
And all you do is let me down. In this line she spoke about how disappointed she is with her lover and how she was allowing him to come back even after committing such mistakes on a regular basis until one day she decided that she can’t take it anymore and decided to give up, she knows the pain she had to go through after this and that’s exactly she wrote in her lyrics: And it's taking me this long
Baby but I figured you out
And you're thinking we'll be fine again
But not this time around
You don't have to call anymore
I won't pick up the phone
This is the last straw
Don't wanna hurt anymore. I know people will say that it is tough to leave without them even after knowing that they are in a toxic relationship, one advice for them I would suggest keep you self-respect above everything. Now talking about the song Taylor Swift had again done a wonderful job in bringing this issue and I will suggest young kids to listen to this song so to know how to deal with a toxic relationship.