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Taylor Swift (Music) - TV Tropes. Got a long list of ex- lovers, they'll tell you I'm insane. Influenced by: Dixie Chicks, Shania Twain, Def Leppard, Simon & Garfunkel, Stevie Nicks, Carly Simon, Dolly Parton, Britney Spears, Paul Mc. Cartney, Bruce Springsteen, Faith Hill, Tim Mc. Graw. My complications come out in my songs. All you have to do to be my friend is like me.. Swift found herself interested in poetry and music from an early age, and won a nationwide poetry contest at age nine with a poem called .
Open in 2. 00. 1 at the age of 1. Sony/ATV at age 1. Swift broke into the Top 4. She's been certified by Nielsen as the most commercially successful country artist in music history and almost singlehandedly made the independent Big Machine Records label and her early producer Nathan Chapman big names in the country music industry. She also appeared in an episode of CSI as a murder victim, was the musical guest for two episodes of Saturday Night Live (a season 3. Neil Patrick Harris and a season 3. Britney Spears was the first when she appeared on SNL on the show's 2.
Valentine's Day, and had her first leading role as Audrey, the female lead in the film adaptation of the Dr. She played Rosemary in the film adaptation of The Giver and appeared As Herself in (and on the soundtrack of) Hannah Montana: The Movie. Discography: Live albums: Live From So.
Ho (2. 00. 8)CMT Crossroads: Taylor Swift & Def Leppard (2. Speak Now World Tour Live (2. Headlining Tours: Fearless Tour (2. Which is not so good for fans.. The Ace: Her string of top 1. Accent Upon The Wrong Syllable: Combined with a strange line- break, the bridge of . The whole video is some sort of sci- fi noir set up, complete with explosions, hand- to- hand combat, swordfighting, and numerous Quentin Tarantino references.
One Direction may have been trying to ease us into the pain that is a world without our boys singing together as a group, but it's time for us.
Adam Westing: Done in the video for rapper T- Pain's parody song, . The Monologue Song, as well. Taylor's character is the media's perception of her: A girl who lures boys in, dates them for song writing material, gets jealous and clingy, goes Ax- Crazy, and as the current boy escapes, she has another one lined up. Advertised Extra: Colbie Caillat on . It's supposed to be a duet, but Colbie's voice is really hard to hear; some might be surprised that she's on the track. Taylor herself on John Mayer's .
She listed as featured but is really a glorified backup singer. Adorkable: Age Progression Song: A minor one in . More prevalent in the musicvideo. More explicit versions are exhibited in . I've gotta have YOU!!! See Critical Research Failure on the YMMV tab. Arc Number: Let's see, she was born on the thirteenth, Fearless has thirteen tracks, she often writes the number on her hand during concerts, the stage used on the Speak Now tour has .
Red has a theme of 2. October 2. 2. Arc Words: There are frequent references to a little girl walking all the way home in Speak Now, along with a few fairy tale references (.
Arc Gesture, she always finds time every show to do the heart above the head using the hands gesture for her fans. Audience Participation Song: On Speak Now Live, almost all of the songs are accompanied by the roar of tens of thousands of audience members singing along with Taylor. Especially prominent are the cheerleader and hip hop dancer outfits in the . Add in that though she often bares her midriff, she rarely shows her belly button. Beautiful All Along: Done at the end of the video for . However, she wasn't exactly bad looking as the band girl with the glasses. Best Served Cold: A few of her songs about breakups, but the best example according to her is .
This song is the perfect example. Pretty much the entirety of Speak Now, at least those that aren't .
And half those apologies are . An obvious example is . She parodies this in her SNL monologue. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and I Knew You Were Trouble are pretty much intended to annoy the ex boyfriends they are about. Even if it's her third or fourth award of the night. She'll usually have her Jaw Drop and have an Eye Take to go along with it. She also has an Adorkable look of shock and this trope on her face all the way through Speak Now Live concert.
She's surprised she's so loved. The music video proper takes on a more Yandere feel. Bookends: . You'll never hear the original lyrics now, because she never sings them. Some stations edited the lyrics to . They are changed from . Shown for a short second in the . If you make a Drinking Game out of it, you will die.
Frankly, it comes as bit of a shock when the couple in the song argued but managed to work through their issues and stay together (. There's nothing stopping me from going out with all of your best friends! Because writing vindictive songs about your exes and their new girlfriends is not mean- spirited at all?
Broken Bird: She's this in . She became a Punchline in the process.
Michael K: . Taylor set up the board, handed out the playing cards, rolled the dice first and turned into a giant game of Clue by dropping clues in the liner notes and during interviews. The end of the song was censored for comedic effect, with Swift herself protesting . She gets away in the end, though. Changing Clothes Is a Free Action: Inexplicably changes from running shoes to high heels in . Bob Kingsley's Country Top 4. In videos where Taylor competes with another girl for a guy's affections, her rival will usually be brunette. The title song to her 2.
Red, describes emotions as colors. Just missing horns and a tail. Concept Album: According to Taylor's introductory essay in the album's liner notes, all of the songs on Speak Now are tied together by the concept of words Taylor regretted not saying to other people in her life in certain situations. The title song invokes the Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace trope, appropriately. The Cover Changes the Gender: When . On the other hand, Ryan Adams covered 1.
The Cover Changes the Meaning: Luna Halo's song . Taylor manages to turn it into a ballad about not being able to admit her love for someone while changing amazingly few of the lyrics on Fearless: Platinum Edition. Nevertheless, the changes were still enough for Luna Halo to give Taylor co- writing credit for her version. Crossover: In 2. 00. Swift appeared on an episode of CMT Crossroads, backed by Def Leppard. Awesomeness ensued. Cute Kitten: The Cutie: Includes the aforementioned kitty.
Cycle of Revenge: Discussed in . And then proceeds to mock the 'mean' girl for being . No wonder it's a Broken Aesop.
Damsel in Distress: Subverted in the video for . Also, to a lesser extent, . For proof of this, one needs to look no further than her appearance on The Ellen De. Generes Show in October, 2. She's one of the few guests who could actually match wits with Ellen pretty well! Her tongue seems definitely in her cheek with . More so in the song's music video.
Taylor has crusaded against music being sold or streamed for free, especially her own, as she's pulled her entire catalog off of Spotify and i. Tunes (the latter being temporary; after Apple returned to a paid streaming model, she posted her 1.
This Tumblr post explains the move as meant to help struggling young artists who can't afford to just give away their art. Taylor has been criticized for this position and justification in some circles, as most signed artists make little- to- no income off of their music, meaning that it is actually the label that is hurt most by free streaming (artists tend to make much more of their money off of merchandise and ticket sales).
It's gotten to the point where people often contrast her to Miley. Cyrus, who has absolutely no problem if her music is pirated since as she has . The entire point of the video for . A girl in the video has to eat lunch alone because she's wearing a different dress than everyone else.
Does Not Like Shoes: Yeah, she goes barefoot pretty often. Double Entendre: In .
This is Taylor at her most sexual . The evil, shallow Alpha Bitch shouts at, pushes around and cheats on her boyfriend, but this is in no way seen as acceptable.
Played straight in the . Considering the latter is about Taylor Lautner and the former is believed to be about John Mayer, these seem to have Reality Subtext to them. As of her 2. 01. 1 tour, only one song (. Some of the change in sound may be due to her phasing out Liz Rose as a co- writer .
According to Word of God, 1. Pop album. Easily Forgiven: Not her, but Kanye West. When read top to bottom, the capital letters spell out a message (for instance, . It appeared the song's run on the chart was finished. Then, Billboard introduced new chart methodology for several of its major charts, including the Hot Country Singles chart, incorporating both radio airplay and sales (music downloads and sales) into the data. The result: an aversion of the trope .
In doing so, it is her first to top both the all- encompassing Hot Country Songs and all- encompassing Hot 1. Several other songs include extended musical interludes as well in order to cover Taylor's costume changes. Eye Take: Often when she wins awards. She'll usually have a Big . A probably intentional example in the video for . Taylor goes barefoot and suffers quite a bit of Clothing Damage. Fangirl: Taylor is a Joni Mitchell fangirl.
So much in fact, that . The title for Red (her 4th album) could have been inspired by Joni Mitchell's Blue. The album cover for Red closely resembles that of Joni Mitchell's 1. On her Speak Now tour, at every North American stop Swift would cover a couple well- known songs sung by local bands. This led to her covering everything from Eminem's . Red incorporates elements of bubblegum, Britpop, and dubstep on various tracks.
It's only a matter of time before Swift attempts disco, ragtime (of which there was a hint near the ending for the . Taylor collaborating with Eric Prydz for a new House Music release - according to a showbiz blog (which itself made speculation British football forums Hilarious in Hindsight or a .
She completed the genre shift with the release of 1. Getting Crap Past the Radar: All over her album .