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  • Posted January 12, 2013

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    I have been a Taylor Swift fan since her first album came out. I

    I have been a Taylor Swift fan since her first album came out. I love her feminine style, and how she hasn't ended up like all the other sweet little stars who's change after they get into the spotlight (Miley Cyrus and Lindsey Lohan are good examples of this). Well, at least she hasn't ended up like them YET. Her songs have always resonated with girls because she writes from experience. But with her new album RED I think she may have strayed from the songs and style that girls everywhere have loved listening to. In her new Album Taylor is no longer a sweet, little ,country singer, but an older, edgier, pop singer. I don't think Taylor can be considered a country singer anymore. And although I admire Taylor, I am beginning to tire of her making the same mistakes in her relationships so that every other song on her c-d is an angry rant about a hurtful boyfriend or a sad song about regretting a relationship she had with someone. She has turned from nice to a tad bit naughty. Little Taylor fans might be shocked that Taylor uses the h--- word in her song The Lucky One, as well as the music video for I Knew You Were Trouble (which shows Taylor and her bad boy on a bed together -implying that they live together- the guy shirtless and kissing Taylor). If she knew he was trouble then why did she make the mistake of deciding to have a relationship with him even though she knew that it wouldn't work out? I think lots of people are tiring of Taylor's relationship woes. Her songs Starlight and Stay, Stay, Stay are the only songs on the c-d that are sweet and sentimental rather than sad or angry rants. Although this is my least favorite albums Taylor has released, I still think that Taylor is a very gifted singer and song writer. I hope Taylor will find a guy someday that will treat her right, I hope she won't make the same mistakes in her relationships, and I hope that she will continue to be (for the most part) a good role model for girls : And if she is able to do all of these things, I can't wait to hear what songs will come from it.

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