I became a people-watcher when I lost all my friends when I was 12.
I'd like to do a completely off-the-wall collaboration. I would like one of my songs to be the hook to a rap song. That would be so much fun!
It's pretty intense writing about my own life, my own struggles.
(Talks about her childhood) I grew up on a Christmas tree farm in Reading, PA. It was the most magical fun childhood. We had grape arbours and we would make jam with my mom. My dad would go to work and he'd come home. He'd clean out stalls and fix split-row fences.
All of my songs are autobiographical.
Sparks Fly whenever you smile!
A letdown is worth a few songs. A heartbreak is worth a few albums.
Rebellion is what you make of it. When you've been on a tour bus for two months straight, and then you get in your car and drive wherever you want, that can feel rebellious.
Never forget the essence of your spark!
No matter what love throws at you, you have to believe in it.
Love is the one wild card.
I would love to continue in music, with writing... but I am not the kind of person who will hang around if I start to become irrelevant. If that happens, I will bow down gracefully, raise my kids, and have a garden. And I am going to let my hair go gray when I am older. I don't need to be blonde whe
I'm the type of person, I have to study to get an A on the test.
Donâ€™t worry. You may think youâ€™ll never get over it. But you also thought it would last forever.
I want someone to say, 'I love you and that's all I really know.' That's the girly girl in me.
My brother gave me some good advice. He said, "What do you want to do? Do that because there are no rules when it comes to love. There are absolutely no rules. Do what you want to do." I think that was the most liberating piece of advice, because love really is unpredictable. There's trap doors, all
I second-guess and overthink and rethink every single thing that I do.
I think I am smart unless I am really, really in love, and then I am ridiculously stupid.
(Talk about Kelly Pickler)"She's like a sister.People say we're such opposites, but that's what makes us such good friends. She's incredibly blunt. I love that about her. If some guy has said or done something to me she doesn't like, she'll grab my cell phone and say, 'I'm deleting his number.
I think that the idea of finding another person to share your life with is the most fascinating, beautiful quest you could ever be on in life. And yes, living your dreams is so important too, and a lot of times Iâ€™ve put that before everything else. But then you get to a place where the whole time
I spend a lot of time balancing between faith and disbelief. Taylor Swif
With your face and your beautiful eyes and the coversations with the little white lies and the faded picture of a beautiful lie you carry me from your car up the stairs,and I broke down crying was she worth this mess? After everything and that little black dress.After everything i must confess...I n
I think I feel in love with words before I feel in love with music.
I would like to do a duet with Taylor Hanson, because I have loved Hanson since I was 8. Taylor Swif
In fairy tales the bad guy is very easy to spot. The bad guy is always wearing a black cape so you always know who he is.
A letdown is worth a few songs. A heartbreak is worth a few albums. Taylor Swif
I don't want people to think of me as sexy.
I remember auditioning for record labels and having them tell me, 'Well, the country-radio demographic is the thirty-five-year-old female housewife. Give us a song that relates to the thirty-five-year-old female, and we'll talk.'
I can say I'd honestly rather be happy than have 30 to 40 songs that I've written about these thrilling, exciting, horrible, unhappy times.
Real life is a funny thing, you know. In real life, saying the right thing at the right moment is beyond crucial. So crucial, in fact, that most of us start to hesitate, for fear of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. But lately what I've begun to fear more that that is letting the moment pass