Taylor Swift interview on BBC Radio 1 - August 19th, 2014
TAYLOR SWIFT - SHAKE IT OFF
THE RED ERA HAS BEEN SO MAGICAL I JUST WANNA THANK YOU ALL AND TAYLOR FOR BEING A PART OF MY LIFE FOR SO LONG AND NOW ERA/ALBUM 5 IS UPON US I DONT KNOW WHAT ELSE TO SAY OTHER THAN I LOVE YOU AND THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE I AM CRYING
"If you aren’t comfortable in a social situation, the only one who will be able to tell is you. If you walk in with your shoulders back, and you make a friend and you say hi to people and smile, I think that a great deal to do with confidence is acting confident."
“The Lucky One is a song I wrote while I was in Australia. It kind of talks about some of my fears through telling the story of other people that I was inspired by. More than their stories being told, I’m pretty much singing about what I’m scared of in that song, ending up kind of caught up in this whole thing and lonely and feeling misunderstood and feeling like when people think you’re lucky that you’re really not. It kind of expresses my greatest fear of having this not end up being fun anymore, having it end up being a scary place. Some people get there, some people end up there. It’s a story song and its something I’m really proud of because it kind of goes to a place that I’m terrified of.”
There’s not a day I don’t miss those rude interruptions.
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