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"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" also displays a defiant, liberated streak, one that’s evident in the way Swift dismisses her on-again/off-again lover, and the lesson she learns at song’s end: namely, that she’s not only better off alone, she’s fine with that. That’s the kind of thing you don’t realize in high school, the important undercurrent on the flipside of starry-eyed songs like "Love Story." Co-dependence is nice for prom night, but the real world demands independence above all else. And finally, truly, Swift has embraced this. She may never fully silence those critics, and she may still be young, but one thing’s for sure, with "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," she’s proven that she’ll never again be the girl in the dress who cried her way home.
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Taylor Swift - Love Story
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darkestbeforetheedawn:

Love Story - Taylor Swift <3.

How does 1989 compare to Red?

Then there is the boy you can never stop thinking about. Whenever you see his name, it trips you up. Even if it’s one that belongs to many others, even if he belongs to someone else.

You know he is a symbol of your weakness, your Kryptonite. How he rushes in like wildfire and burns through everything you worked so hard to build since he last left you in ashes.

Lang Leav (Signposts, Lullabies)
daisywonderland:

"All the things we should have said, but we never said. All the things we should have done, but we never did."

daisywonderland:

"All the things we should have said, but we never said. All the things we should have done, but we never did."