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The Only Exception - Paramore

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the only exception // paramore

I know you’re leaving in the morning when you wake up
Leave me with some kind of proof it’s not a dream

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[RED] was a devastating record. It was about dealing with an intense heartbreak and ‘1989’ is about the phase after that where you brush yourself off and you’re ok.
– Taylor Swift on ‘1989’ (x)

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Anonymous said: I always thought Taylor said she wouldn't change so much people would no longer recognize her and I feel like that's exactly what she's doing with this album and the "rebirth" of her album. I honestly think the entire thing is going to sound like that album. Plus, I'm so said about grant and Caitlin!

ohsoswiftly:

I’m sad about them too. Yeah she’s changing and talked about how this is her biggest departure yet but the lyrics are still very much Taylor. It’s a big catchy song that sends out a good message to everyone. It still has that emotion coming from a real place, it’s not a mindless bop despite how pop her music may sound. It’s also the lead single which is meant to draw in new fans, there are still 12-15 other tracks to take in. She still may have some other more classic style taylor songs. That said, she made it clear this will be a pop album. I think the change from country to pop was gradual and she is changing up her music to keep things exciting for herself and push herself to places she hasn’t been. I think she’s growing as an artist and trying to see what else she can do (some say ‘evolving’, but I don’t agree with that because I don’t think everything has to be better than before because everyone takes a different impact and meaning to each song. There are still songs off the first album that blow my mind and I don’t think it’s right to discredit that.) I’ll admit I was a bit worried when she said it was finally sonically cohesive. I had always liked the variety in her albums to fit different moods and scratch different itches but that’s probably overthinking what she said. Taylor has been and still is growing up and learning/trying new things. She always has had the drive to push herself and not stay stagnant. She is doing what she feels like doing right now, which is exciting to be a part of imo. I don’t think you can say she lost herself when she is still finding herself. I think she will continue to experiment with her music. A lot of artists go through this, that’s what makes it exciting for them. If you don’t like it, you don’t like it, can’t force that upon anyone. But she’s going to keep changing so just because this may not be your cup of tea doesn’t mean the next won’t be. The lyrics will always come from the same place of honesty and emotion.