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Taylor Swift : music videos we love!

Here are some music videos of the much-loved songs by Taylor Swift. Enjoy!!

Taylor Swift - Blank Space

From the album 1989, released on November 10, 2014

"Blank Space" is an electropop song with influences of minimal pop. It makes fun of Swift's recent exposure in the media about her dating life, portraying "an overly attached man-eater who dates for songwriting material" as herself.

Shake It Off

From the album 1989, released on August 18, 2014.
"Shake It Off" was written by Swift, Max Martin and Shellback. Musically, it is an uptempo pop song that scrapped the traditional country pop musical style of Swift's previous releases. Lyrically, the song is dedicated to Swift's detractors. Swift explained that, "I’ve learned a pretty tough lesson that people can say whatever they want about us at any time, and we cannot control that. The only thing we can control is our reaction to that."

The Last Time ft. Gary Lightbody

From the album Red, released on November 4, 2013.
"The Last Time" is a power ballad that draws primarily from alternative rock, and also interpolates elements of folk music. The song tells the story of a long-standing but crumbling relationship. Lyrically, the song describes the relationship as one with vicious cycles of both heartbreak and forgiveness, for instance: "You find yourself at my door, just like all those times before, you wear your best apology, but I was there to watch you leave" as sang by Swift. Orchestral swells accentuate the chorus and drama to the "instantly hummable refrain".

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From the album Red, released June 21, 2013.
"Red" is a country music song with pop rock influence. The song finds Swift playing with the idea of colors in relation to her emotions about a relationship. Before playing the track, Swift explained its meaning: "I wrote this song about the fact that some things are just hard to forget," she said, "because the emotions involved with them were so intense and, to me, intense emotion is red."

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Everything Has Changed ft. Ed Sheeran

From the album Red, released on July 16, 2013.
"Everything Has Changed" is a guitar ballad combining folk and pop genres about "wanting to get to know a new lover better". The song was written by Swift and Ed Sheeran in Swift's backyard. Swift explained the song's theme, "Everything looks different to you because of this one person, because one new person came into your life. It’s really cool"

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From the album Red, released on March 12, 2013.
The song was written by Swift, along with Max Martin and Shellback. The lyrics describe the joys and the happiness of being 22 years old. She told Billboard magazine: "For me, being 22 has been my favorite year of my life. I like all the possibilities of how you're still learning, but you know enough. You still know nothing, but you know that you know nothing. You're old enough to start planning your life, but you're young enough to know there are so many unanswered questions. That brings about a carefree feeling that is sort of based on in-decision and fear and at the same time letting loose. Being 22 has taught me so much".

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I Knew You Were Trouble

From the album Red, released October 9, 2012.
The melody of the song was developed by Swift on a piano and she asked Martin and Shellback to make the final sound "as chaotic as that emotion felt". Talking in-depth about "I Knew You Were Trouble": "I had just gone through an experience that made me write this song about like knowing the second you see someone like, 'Oh, this is going to be interesting. It's going to be dangerous, but look at me going in there anyway... I think that for me, it was the first time I ever kind of noticed that in myself, like when you are curious about something you know might be bad for you, but you know that you are going to go for it anyway because if you don't, you'll have greater regrets about not seeing where that would go, but I think that for me it all went along with this record that was pushing boundaries, like the sound of this record pushes boundaries, it was writing about something I hadn't written before."

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We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

From the album Red, released on August 13, 2012.
This song features electronic heavy production and a pop music vocal styling, a musical transition for Swift. The trio conceived the concept for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" shortly after a friend of Swift's ex-boyfriend walked into the recording studio and spoke of rumors he heard that Swift and her former flame were reuniting. After the friend left, Martin and Shellback asked Swift to elaborate on the details of the relationship, which she described as "break up, get back together, break up, get back together, just, ugh, the worst". When Martin suggested that they write about the incident. Swift began playing the guitar and singing, "We are never ever......", and the song flowed rapidly afterwards. She described the process as one of the most humorous experiences she had while recording, and said the musical partners matched her expectations.

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Safe & Sound

From the album Hunger Games : Songs of District 12 and Beyond, released on December 26, 2011.
"Safe and Sound" is a departure of Swift from her previous country pop releases, a melancholy ballad combining elements from alternative country, and folk music. According to Swift, the theme of "Safe & Sound" represents "the empathy and compassion Katniss feels for Rue, Peeta, and Prim in different parts of The Hunger Games."

Begin Again

From the album Red, released on October 1, 2012.
Swift quipped that the song is "about when you've gotten through a really bad relationship and you finally dust yourself off and go on that first date after a horrible breakup, and the vulnerability that goes along with all that".

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Wildest Dreams

Check out Taylor's new video "Wildest Dreams". "Wildest Dreams" is Available Now on her multi-platinum release 1989 on iTunes or Google Play:

Bad Blood ft. Kendrick Lamar

Check out Taylor’s new video “Bad Blood!” “Bad Blood” featuring Kendrick Lamar is Available Now on iTunes

Out Of The Woods

Check out Taylor’s new video "Out of the Woods" off her multi-platinum release 1989...Available Now on iTunes​