I’m just doing a career change now! Like I could be a tennis player, I could do that.”

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Lead Singles Debut Spot on Billboard Hot 100 Charts

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It’s like I got this music in my mind saying it’s gonna be alright

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fearlesspeaknow:

this was really cute. 

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Taylor Swift performing on MTV Video Music Awards in 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2014.

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theonewildcard:

Introducing The Red Tour in Japan, now available as a .zip download! Special thanks to drewtalkstome for helping remaster the audio files!

After selling out all 66 shows in the US, Taylor Swift took the Red Tour overseas to the UK and Asia. This particular recording comes from her show in Japan, taken directly from six different in-ear sources, providing what many of us have asked for for ages — a near-professional, crystal-clear Red Tour album.* The collection includes the album art above (recreated by me to match the hard copy’s cover) and the following tracks:
01. State of Grace // 02. Holy Ground // 03. Red // 04. The Lucky One // 05. Mean // 06. 22 // 07. Mine // 08. You Belong with Me // 09. Sparks Fly // 10. I Knew You Were Trouble // 11. All Too Well // 12. Love Story // 13. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

The entire collection can now be downloaded here (x), or you can listen to each track above by simply clicking the track number. Enjoy!


*PLEASE KEEP IN MIND that because these are in-ear recordings, some songs will still feature countdowns and metronome beats. We realize this does distract a bit from the feel of certain songs; we’ve done everything we can to minimize the interruptions without warping the audio.

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Red || 1989

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WONDERSTAY ASKED: Haylor or Sweeran

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