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Dear Reader

We made it – the last track on the Midnights Album. Or I thought – and then she released ‘You’re Losing Me,’ and now I absolutely have to make a blog that discusses all of the lyrical parallels and have to make another image. This song is actually my favorite

Champagne Problems

I got to photograph one of my friends – and create her Era’s Tour outfit! Sneak the video for Details – Scrolllll for the photographs ❤ Karma’s gonna track you down, step by step, from town to town.


Nathan Makin all of my friends do an inspired Taylor era at some point. Here are a few of my favorite images from Nathan’s 1989 shoot – although I have to admit, they are a bit Lover inspired as well, with a few more Folklore styled edits on others. Overall

High Infidelity

Besides adoring this song melodically, lyrically I think this song has many story lines within it. I’m going to bring up three different instances throughout this breakdown that are definitely options to how to read this song, but like most of the songs on this album it’s obvious she is


Probably a surprise to many people that my music ranges from heavy metal to pop, but I literally love all music besides country, lol. My first love was music. I started to play guitar around 6, I think I played for a few years and took lessons, and then I


Paris is one of the most catchiest songs on the 3am Edition of Midnights. I love this song because it’s filled with so many metaphors and has a bit of Mastermind in it. I love the idea of if your love is real there’s no need to post it on

Somewhere in Between

32 I am somewhere in between “I DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOU BUT I’M FEELIN’ 32” and “32 and still growing up now” 31 was hands down the worst, hardest year of my life. Not because anything significantly wrong happened to me, but it was the year of awakening to how

Would’ve Could’ve Should’ve

This song is the more truthful version of Dear John. Now that she can see things clearly from an older perspective, we get more of a ruthless, honest take from her. Something that I think is absolutely fascinating is the idea that would’ve could’ve are in the verses of this

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