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Disney. Divergent. Taylor Swift. Hunter Hayes.

Music🎶🎼🎸🎹🎵.

Writing. ✏️


My ex man brought his new girlfriend, she’s like “Oh my God!” but I’m just gonna shake. And to the fella over there with the hella good hair, won’t you come on over baby, we can s h a k e s h a k e s h a k e

My ex man brought his new girlfriend, she’s like “Oh my God!” but I’m just gonna shake. And to the fella over there with the hella good hair, won’t you come on over baby, we can s h a k e s h a k e s h a k e


takingitssweettime:

Long Live The RED Era

We will be remembered

cedricdigory:

Taylor Swift on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (August 2014)


Anonymous said: can you please tell me what we know about taylor's new single?

taylorsvift:

A few radio DJ’s tweeted things about Taylor’s new single, apparently they’ve heard it already! Here’s what they told us:

  • Apparently it’s called “Shake it off” 
    The new song is very fun & very poppy! It has a good message too, not to worry about what people think of you, just shake it off
  • It’s upbeat and has a catchy horn sound playing throughout
  • She pokes a little fun at herself in it
  • It’s not a love song and it’s really positive 
  • Funny line in the song: “They say I date too much & can’t make em stay!”
  • Apparently there’s no guitar in it 



“All of my favorite people—people I really trust—none of them were cool in their younger years,” she says. “Because if you know how to be cool in middle school, maybe you have skills you shouldn’t. Maybe you know how to be conniving, like, naturally.” She laughs. “There’s always that seventh-grade girl who looks like she’s 25. And you’re like, How do you do it? How do you do it, Sarah Jaxheimer?” She lets out a comically ear-piercing shriek: “Why is your hair always so shiny?!”

“All of my favorite people—people I really trust—none of them were cool in their younger years,” she says. “Because if you know how to be cool in middle school, maybe you have skills you shouldn’t. Maybe you know how to be conniving, like, naturally.” She laughs. “There’s always that seventh-grade girl who looks like she’s 25. And you’re like, How do you do it? How do you do it, Sarah Jaxheimer?” She lets out a comically ear-piercing shriek: “Why is your hair always so shiny?!”


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