Having room to run and having just the space to use your imagination and create stories out of everyday life, I think that had a lot to do with me wanting write. And write songs
Here's what I've learned about deal-breakers. If you have enough natural chemistry with someone, you overlook every single thing that you said would break the deal.
Don't you ever grow up, it could stay this simple.
I like things that make me feel seven again. I don't ever look down on people for the way they choose to have fun; it's just not necessarily the way I like to have fun.
I'm always afraid of failing. I have to quiet that fear if I'm going to get up in the morning.
I'm always worried about everything. Like spiders. Taylor S
Being single is wonderful and I love it. I don't ever have a morning where I wake up and say, 'I really need to find a boyfriend today.'
I feel like in my music I can be a rebel. I can say things I wouldn't say in real life.
Anything you put your mind to and add your imagination into can make your life a lot better and a lot more fun.
I love hugging people. I still hug everybody in my meet-and-greet lines.
For some reason, I'm really comfortable talking about my personal life in songs.
I love my fans, I could not be able to do it without you and I would not be here.
I've always strived to be successful, not famous.
It's pretty intense writing about my own life, my own struggles. Taylor S
You can't be in love with a Google search.
No one has the right to criticize you for how your body looks, but they will. One thing I've learned from experiencing this exact kind of criticism is that no one else can label your body except for you. No one gets to have a place in your mind if they weren't invited there by you. So please do me t
Some days I totally appreciate everything that's happening to me, and some days I feel everyone's waiting for me to mess up.
My ultimate goal is to end up being happy. Most of the time. Taylor Swif
I definitely know that there's somebody looking out for me, because I could never do this alone.
I second-guess and overthink and rethink every single thing that I do. Taylor S
I get so excited when a song I wrote that's very personal to me goes No. 1 and I look down and see people singing the words back to me.
Country radio is much more like a family than any other group of people that I've met.
Being FEARLESS isn't being 100% Not FEARFUL, it's being terrified but you jump anyway...
Life is like walking you take one step at a time.
I think that the idea of having a different approach to every single one of my albums is so exciting to me. I never want to make the same record twice. Why do it? What's the point?
To me, Fearless is not the absense of fear. It's not being completely unafraid. To me, Fearless is having fears. Fearless is having doubts. Lots of them. To me, Fearless is living in spite of those things that scare you to death.
A development deal is where they're giving you recording time and money to record, but not promising that they'll put an album out.
I think the tiniest little thing can change the course of your day, which can change the course of your year, which can change who you are.
There's an old poem by Neruda that I've always been captivated by, and one of the lines in it has stuck with me ever since the first time I read it. It says "love is so short, forgetting is so long." It's a line I've related to in my saddest moments, when I needed to know someone else had felt that
I try to prepare for everything beyond the extent of preparation. Taylor S