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Bejeweled – Music Video Analysis

The music video and lyrics of Bejeweled have entirely different feelings and messages to me. The lyrics themselves seem actually rooted in sadness, while attempting to reclaim the life that you built that someone took away. The music video, however, is full of ‘easter eggs’ to the fans, and is

Maroon

This song is going to have many interpretations… and again I would like to leave speculation out of it but I DO want to reference other songs that could be different interpretations or moments in her life that this song could stem from. In my own personal belief, since watching

Lavender Haze

Continuing my Taylor Swift series, I thought it would be fun to change things up a bit. I love writing and reading art at a more detailed level than just the casual listener or viewer – so I decided to go through the lyrics of each song, dissect it and

Taylor Swift Series; Midnights

wooowweeee. First – From the first note, first listen, I was blown away by this album.I was freaking RIGHT on my prediction of the deluxe/double album at 3 am – so that made me feel some type of way – but I was wrong about the single. However, I am

Taylor Swift Series; I want your MIDNIGHTS

Time To Clown Swifties – MIDNIGHTS

A Call for Empathy

My history is a journey, as it is for all people. I write this not out of expectation that my life is any big revelation, but as being apart of the small 20% of the population that actually feels empathy in every capacity –  I try to provide a full

From Debut to Evermore – A love story from Paige to TS

A very long blog about Taylor Swift, her movement in changing a toxic industry, her impact on her music and the change she has provided in my own life.

Taylor Swift Series; Bleachella [Karma?!]

Karma. Down the Rabbit Hole, we go. In between 1989 and Reputation, before Taylor went into hiding for a year, after the downfall of Kanye and Kim playing her a second time on the internet, Taylor Swift began to show an aesthetic that showcased a ‘rock’ and punk vibe. The

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