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All Taylor Swift Albums Ranked, From Worst to Finest

All Taylor Swift Albums Ranked, From Worst to Finest

Let’s just start by addressing the fact Taylor Swift has yet to release a subpar album in the 18 years (and counting) of her illustrative music career. Once a teenage country singer, she is now the most famous musician in the world (we will not be taking any arguments), and her journey has been extraordinary. From country to pop to alternative, she has masterfully conquered one genre after another, delivering absolute bops. Today, we have a daunting task at hand, ranking all the best Taylor Swift albums, in the order of our least to most beloved.

At the 66th Grammy Awards, Taylor Swift made history by becoming the first artist to win Album of the Year four times. With her latest win, she now boasts an impressive total of 14 Grammys, including Pop Vocal Album of the Year. During her acceptance speech for her auspicious 13th Grammy, she unveiled TS11, her forthcoming album titled The Tortured Poets Department. And the rumour mill is already spinning at full speed. Most theories centre the idea that it is a breakup album pointing towards the end of her relationship with Joe Alwyn. Her current boyfriend three times Super Bowl champion Travis Kelce has said in an interview that he has listened to some of the stuff and it’s great. Though we love him, it’s hard to pretend we’re not jealous.

Fans believe the album to be a cheeky dig at Alwyn, who has stated in previous interviews that he belongs to a WhatsApp chat group named “Tortured Men Club”. The striking resemblance between that and the album title only adds fuel to the speculations. The tracklist for the album also includes a song titled But Daddy I Love Him, which once featured on a t-shirt owned by Swift’s other ex-boyfriend Harry Styles in his One Direction era.

While we eagerly await The Tortured Poets Department, which is slated to drop on April 19, let’s take a look back at Swift’s 18 years of wonderful music, which includes 10 albums and over 250 songs. OG Swifties will recognise these as the songs they have cried over together, screamed at the top of their lungs and danced in the middle of the night. Before officially stepping into the TTPD era, check out this ranking of the best Taylor Swift albums from the perspective of a dedicated Swiftie of 12 years (and counting).

All the best Taylor Swift albums ranked

10. Taylor Swift (2006)

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At the early age of 15, a wide-eyed blonde girl from Nashville started her journey in the music industry with her self-titled debut album, symbolising the start of an extraordinary career. Influenced by renowned musicians such as Shania Twain, the Dixie Chicks, and Dolly Parton, the album emanates teenage girl charm while embracing country music influences. While it was her most rudimentary work, it displays her songwriting skills which would later become her strongest unique selling proposition.

Taylor Swift’s debut album stands out as the most country-influenced album she has released, with her distinctive accent showing through in her dialect. The album, which was co-written with Liz Rose, achieved exceptional success for the young artist, with Swift spending an incredible 24 weeks at number one on the country charts and setting a record for the longest-charting album of the 2000s at the tender age of 16. The album’s lead single Tim McGraw went platinum, and Picture To Burn became Swift’s fourth consecutive Top 10 single from the album in 2007. Swift’s early success earned her the moniker “the next big country artist,” alluding to the incredible career that lay ahead of her. Despite being rated last on this list by default, it nonetheless marked the incredible start of her spectacular musical journey.

As we eagerly await the release of Taylor Swift (Taylor’s Version), we can’t help but think about the amazing vault tracks it’ll include and if that’ll change our current ranking.

Chartbusters: Tim McGraw, Teardrops On My Guitar, Our Song, Picture to Burn

Underrated Songs: Cold As You, Tied Together with a Smile

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “And you come away with a great little story / Of a mess of a dreamer with the nerve to adore you” (Cold As You)

“Hold on, baby, you’re losing it / The water’s high, you’re jumping into it / And letting go, and no one knows / That you cry, but you don’t tell anyone / That you might not be the golden one” (Tied Together With a Smile)

9. Fearless (2008) & Fearless (Taylor’s Version) (2021)

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If Taylor Swift‘s debut album set the stage for her superstardom, her second studio album, Fearless, set it ablaze. The popular song Love Story, which Swift wrote on her bedroom floor when she was only 15 years old, catapulted her to international stardom. Tracks like You Belong With Me, Fearless, and Fifteen further cemented her reputation as a talented artist. Furthermore, Swift received four Grammy Awards for this album, including her first Album of the Year, at the age of 20, making her the youngest artist ever to receive the accolade.

While Swifties enjoy every song she releases, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) contains 26 tracks, presenting a mixed bag of songs that resonate with lovers of all musical genres. The album exudes a girlish appeal and evokes nostalgic feelings of youth and passion. However, it also expresses more mature feelings in songs like Breathe (feat. Colbie Caillat), The Way I Loved You, and You All Over Me (from The Vault).

Love Story has become a timeless anthem, appearing in various romantic contexts, including weddings, proposals, and Valentine’s Day celebrations. Its ongoing popularity demonstrates the album’s significance and Swift’s ability to create globally resonant music with listeners that span generations.

Chartbusters: Love Story, You Belong With Me, Fearless, White Horse, The Way I Loved You, Mr. Perfectly Fine

Underrated Songs: You’re Not Sorry, The Best Day, The Other Side Of The Door, You All Over Me

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “Back then I swore I was gonna marry him someday / But I realized some bigger dreams of mine” (Fifteen)

“My mistake I didn’t know to be in love / You had to fight to have the upper hand” (White Horse)

“But no amount of freedom gets you clean / I’ve still got you all over me” (You All Over Me)

8. Lover (2019)

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Lover stands out as one of Taylor Swift’s best and most romantic albums. It radiates sweetness, dreaminess, and a bit of cheesy charm, which pleasantly appeals to listeners. Following the perceived snub of her last record, Reputation, from Grammy nominations, Swift was determined to create a more ‘sonically cohesive’ album, and that determination resulted in the birth of Lover.

The album begins with I Forgot That You Existed, a song about moving on from past relationships, before flawlessly transitioning into the summer anthem Cruel Summer. The Man addresses societal gender inequities, whereas Soon You’ll Get Better digs into Swift’s mental agony during her mother’s cancer treatment. Paper Rings, Lover, Cornelia Street, and other songs are written from the perspective of an infatuated lovesick girl. Overall, Lover has the sweetness of cotton candy, with different bubblegum flavours capturing the delight of falling in love, the fear of loss, and an optimistic promise for the future.

Lover represents multiple milestones for Swift. It was the first album she produced following her departure from Big Machine, and as such is the first album she owns in its entirety. In stark contrast to her earlier “badass girlboss” era, Reputation, Lover is a sincere “love letter to love itself,” as Swift has said. The album also includes the song You Need to Calm Down, in which Swift expresses her support for the LGBTQ population, marking an influential moment in her career.

Chartbusters: Cruel Summer, Lover, The Man, Paper Rings, Cornelia Street, London Boy

Underrated Songs: False God, All Of The Girls You Loved Before, Miss Americana & Heartbreak Prince

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “If I was out flashing my dollars / I’d be a b*tch, not a bal*er / They paint me out to be bad / So it’s okay that I’m mad” (The Man)

“All the king’s horses, all the king’s men / Couldn’t put me together again / ‘Cause all of my enemies started out friends” (The Archer)

“My heart, my hips, my body, my love….thousand cuts” (Death By A Thousand Cuts)

“You just need to take several seats and then try to restore the peace / And control your urges to scream about all the people you hate / ‘Cause shade never made anybody less gay” (You Need To Calm Down)

7. Evermore (2021)

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Evermore, the younger sister to Taylor Swift’s alternative/indie folk 8th studio album Folklore, is a beautifully orchestrated musical journey embellished with lyrics fit for a poetry collection. She expressed gratitude to audiences for embracing the dreamscapes, tragedies, and epic love stories woven into her Folklore songs, which pushed her to continue on the same artistic path. Swift once again collaborated with Aaron Dessner, Jack Antonoff, WB, and Justin Vernon to create Evermore.

Swift’s sister albums showed her mastery of lyricism, proving her ability to not only turn real events into songs but also to build fascinating fictitious storylines. While Evermore may not be everyone’s favourite, it is nevertheless a moving collection, perfect to shed tears with. A sombre undertone encompasses the album, with songs such as Champagne Problems, Happiness, and Tolerate It diving into the complexity of love and relationships. Meanwhile, Marjorie pays a moving tribute to Swift’s grandmother, an opera singer. In contrast, No Body, No Crime delves into a story of revenge.

Despite its largely introspective tone, Evermore provides occasional bursts of brightness, aided by ethereal orchestration. Songs like Willow and Gold Rush have cooing strings and gleaming synthesisers, which give a bright spot to the album’s overall melancholy tone.

Chartbusters: Willow, Champagne Problems, No Body No Crime, Tolerate It, Right Where You Left Me

Underrated songs: Coney Island (feat. The National), It’s Time To Go, Exile (feat Bon Iver), Ivy

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “Your Midas touch on the Chevy door / November flush and your flannel cure” and “She would’ve made such a lovely bride / What a shame she’s fucked in the head, “they said” (Champagne Problems)

“I made you my temple, my mural, my sky / Now I’m beggin’ for footnotes in the story of your life” and “I know my love should be celebrated, but you tolerate it” (Tolerate It)

“I hope she’ll be a beautiful fool, who takes my spot next to you” (Happiness)

“Never be so polite, you forget your power / Never wield such power, you forget to be polite” (Marjorie)

“I could feel the mascara run / You told me that you met someone” (Right Where You Left Me)

“Now he sits on his throne in his palace of bones / Praying to his greed / He’s got my past frozen behind glass / But I’ve got me” (It’s Time To Go)

6. Red (2012) & Red (Taylor’s Version) (2021)

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Red is a career highlight of Taylor Swift. It’s the first album to hint at her transition from country to pop music. The original album was a huge hit, but Red (Taylor’s Version) exceeded expectations, especially with its vault tracks, which are absolute gems. Unlike those released on Fearless TV, Red TV‘s vault songs proved particularly impressive.

While Red may appear to be another breakup album, it digs far deeper, addressing many micro-emotions felt by a heartbroken person. Tracks like Treacherous and State of Grace explore the exciting experience of falling in love, while Red represents reminiscence. In contrast, songs like The Moment I Knew, I Knew You Were Trouble, and Sad Beautiful Tragic are about sadness and heartbreak. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together is a fun breakup song. 22, Begin Again, and Message In A Bottle explore themes of freedom and falling in love again.

However, it’s All Too Well that takes Red to new heights, especially the 10-minute version, which is widely thought to be inspired by Swift’s relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal. The song has received over 750 million streams, an impressive feat given its length. Moreover, most Swifties know all the words to the song by heart, singing along with her during the Eras Tour live shows or when watching the concert film.

Chartbusters: Red, I Knew You Were Trouble, All Too Well (10-minute version), 22, The Very First Night, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

Underrated Songs: Everything Has Changed, Ronan, Safe & Sound

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “And the saddest fear / Comes creepin’ in / That you never loved me / Or her/ Or anyone / Or anything” (I Knew You Were Trouble)

“And maybe we got lost in translation/Maybe I asked for too much/But maybe this thing was a masterpiece ’til you tore it all up” and “And you call me up again just to break me like a promise/So casually cruel in the name of being honest” (All Too Well (10-Minute Version))

“What if I’m standing in your closet / Trying to talk to you? / And what if I kept the hand-me-downs / You won’t grow into?” (Ronan)

“And I gave to you my best, and we both know you can’t say that” (Better Man)

“How can a person know everything at 18 but nothing at 22?” (Nothing New)

5. Reputation (2017)

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Reputation is a polarising album in Taylor Swift’s repertoire; you either love it or loathe it. It was Swift’s answer to years-long controversies including severe tabloid scrutiny and critical backlash, and addresses body shaming, the Kim-Kanye drama, and accusations of being overly calculated. Arguably, Reputation marks one of the greatest comebacks in music history. Swift made a bold return after a three-year hiatus with Ready For It…?, abandoning her “America’s sweetheart” reputation and embracing her girl boss persona. This was a big departure from her former character, and listeners were swiftly surprised.

Despite initial scepticism, Reputation was far from unsuccessful. It was a cleansing experience for Swift, allowing her to break free from previous expectations and assumptions. Its lead single, Look What You Made Me Do, featured a music video filled with references to Swift’s previous challenges. The album’s visuals, which included snakes and Easter eggs that reflected Swift’s hardships, emphasised her theme of resilience and empowerment. While Reputation explores themes of karma and atonement, it also honours Swift’s private romance with (now ex) Joe Alwyn with songs like Delicate, Call It What You Want, and Gorgeous. But unlike her other love songs, the tracks on Reputation exude sultriness.

Any Swiftie will vouch for Reputation as the ideal album for live performances. Those who have seen the Reputation Stadium Tour or the Eras Tour whether live or on a screen can attest to its power and exhilarating intensity. Fans are eagerly awaiting (while clowning) the release of Reputation TV, and it may just prove to be the best re-recorded album of Taylor Swift. The album has aged like fine wine, cementing its status as an exceptional chapter in Swift’s musical career.

Chartbusters: Look What You Made Me Do, Delicate, Gorgeous, Call It What You Want

Underrated Songs: End Game, Dress, So It Goes…, New Year’s Day

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “Reputation precedes me, they told you I’m crazy / I swear I don’t love the drama, it loves me” (End Game)

“Sometimes I wonder, when you sleep / Are you ever dreaming of me? / Sometimes when I look into your eyes / I pretend you’re mine all the damn time” (Delicate)

“The world moves on, another day another drama, drama / But not for me, not for me, all I think about is karma / And then the world moves on, but one thing’s for sure / Maybe I got mine, but you’ll all get yours” (Look What You Made Me Do)

“I’m laughin’ with my lover, makin’ forts under covers / Trust him like a brother, yeah, you know I did one thing right / Starry eyes sparkin’ up my darkest night” (Call It What You Want)

4. Speak Now (2010) & Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) (2023)

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At the young age of 19, Swift created this entire 14-song album on her own, proving critics wrong and cementing her image as a superstar committed to her role as long-term force of nature in the music industry. The album is an extensive representation of growing up, showing Swift’s storytelling prowess through a mix of pop, bluegrass, and soft rock influences. Swift displayed her ability to capture the complexities of life’s transitions between youth and adulthood even before leaving country music. Taylor’s Version of Speak Now includes 22 songs, six of which are new vault tracks, enriching the album’s narrative even more.

Speak Now expresses a wide spectrum of emotions, from beautiful romantic melodies like Mine, Sparks Fly, Enchanted, and Timeless, to heartbreaking ballads like Last Kiss, Dear John, and Castles Crumbling. Swift’s ballad Mean addresses the harsh critiques and media scrutiny she received, while Long Live is a sincere dedication to her faithful followers, Swifties.

Overall, Speak Now demonstrates Swift’s unrivalled songwriting talent and ability to connect with listeners on an emotional level. It’s a timeless album that continues to captivate audiences.

Chartbusters: Mine, Sparks Fly, Mean, Dear John, Enchanted, Long Live, Back To December, I Can See You

Underrated Songs: Last Kiss, Timeless, Never Grow Up, Ours

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “Maybe this is wishful thinkin’ / Probably mindless dreamin’ / But if we loved again, I swear I’d love you right / I’d go back in time and change it, but I can’t” (Back To December)

“And I lived in your chess game / But you changed the rules every day / Wondering which version of you I might get on the phone tonight” and “You are an expert at sorry and keeping the lines blurry / Never impressed by me acing your tests / All the girls that you’ve run dry have tired lifeless eyes / ‘Cause you burned them out” (Dear John)

“This is me praying that / This was the very first page / Not where the storyline ends / My thoughts will echo your name, until I see you again” (Enchanted)

“I had the time of my life, fighting dragons with you / I was screaming, “Long live that look on your face” / And bring on all the pretenders / One day we will be remembered” and “If you have children someday / When they point to the pictures / Please tell them my name / Tell them how the crowds went wild / Tell them how I hope they shine” (Long Live)

“Smoke billows from my ships in the harbor / People look at me like I’m a monster / Now they’re screaming at the palace front gates, used to chant my name / Now they’re screaming that they hate me / Never wanted you to hate me” (Castles Crumbling)

3. Midnights (3 am Edition) (2022)

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Taylor Swift spectacularly returns to upbeat pop and autobiographical storytelling with Midnights, following her previous sister album’s foray into indie folk. The anticipation for this album reached a fever pitch as Swift released the song titles via a TikTok video series called “Midnights Mayhem With Me,” creating a buzz that was justified when the album debuted, dominating all top ten slots of the Billboard Hot 100.

Swift describes Midnights as “stories of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout my life”. The sound of the record is mostly synthpop, merging the happy feelings of 1989 with the dreamy-sultry ambience of Reputation. With Jack Antonoff as her key collaborator, the album marries his love of deep low-ends and synth modulators with Swift’s confrontational and poetic lyricism and enchanting songwriting.

The initial 13 tracks of Midnights are a testament to Swift’s talent, but the 7 tracks included with the 3 AM Edition are absolutely sublime, providing a more in-depth analysis of her personality and experiences. From addressing genuine critique in Anti-Hero and Mastermind to taking shots at those who have harmed her in Vigilante Sh*t and Karma, each song adds another layer of intricacy to the record. Meanwhile, songs like Lavender Haze, Snow On The Beach, and Sweet Nothing are captivating love ballads, while The Great War, Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve, You’re On Your, Kid, and Dear Reader explore sombre topics.

The heart-wrenching track You’re Losing Me competes directly with All Too Well (10-minute version) for the title of the most forlorn song in her discography. Swift’s lyrical prowess shines throughout the album, which offers a mature yet whimsical study of self-loathing, revenge fantasies, love, and heartbreak. Midnights is a dramatic depiction of the human experience, depicting moments of ecstasy and anguish with extraordinary depth and sincerity.

Chartbusters: Anti-Hero, Bejeweled, Lavender Haze, Midnight Rain, Vigilante Shit, Karma, You’re On Your, Kid, You’re Losing Me, Snow On The Beach

Underrated Songs: The Great War, Glitch, Dear Reader, Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve, Hits Different

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “And I wake with your memory over me / That’s a real fucking legacy to leave” (Maroon)

“Too big to hang out, slowly lurching toward your favorite city / Pierced through the heart, but never killed / Did you hear my covert narcissism I disguise as altruism / Like some kind of congressman?” (Anti-Hero)

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“This scene feels like what I once saw on a screen / I searched aurora borealis green / I’ve never seen someone lit from within” (Snow On The Beach)

“Industry disruptors and soul deconstructors / And smooth-talking hucksters out glad-handing each other / And the voices that implore, “You should be doing more” / To you, I can admit that I’m just too soft for all of it” (Sweet Nothing)

“No one wanted to play with me as a little kid / So I’ve been scheming like a criminal ever since / To make them love me and make it seem effortless / This is the first time I’ve felt the need to confess / And I swear / I’m only cryptic and Machiavellian / ‘Cause I care” (Mastermind)

“It turned into something bigger / Somewhere in the haze, got a sense I’d been betrayed” (The Great War)

“Do you really want to know where I was April 29th? / Do I really have to chart the constellations in his eyes? / You know there’s many different ways that you can kill the one you love / The slowest way is never loving them enough” (High Infidelity)

“Living for the thrill of hitting you where it hurts / Give me back my girlhood, it was mine first” (Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve)

“Never take advice from someone who’s falling apart” (Dear Reader)

“And I wouldn’t marry me either / A pathological people-pleaser / Who only wanted you to see her” (You’re Losing Me)

2. Folklore (2020)

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Folklore marked Taylor Swift’s first plunge into myths, folktales, and fictional characters, taking a break from her autobiographical songwriting style. This album is a stark contrast to her previous releases, as it embraces a different genre and uses poetic words to tell its stories. Folklore, released during a time of quarantine, was a considerate present from Swift to her devoted Swifties. Its delicate nature necessitates attention, allowing listeners to immerse themselves into its nuanced tale. So, in a way, it couldn’t have come at a better time.

The album’s significant element is the compelling love triangle described in the song trilogy Cardigan, August, and Betty, which has received great appreciation for its storytelling abilities. Swift also pays tribute to Rebekah Harkness, an American socialite who previously owned the beach property Swift now owns. Many people view the song Mad Woman as a direct criticism of Scooter Braun, the talent manager who purchased Swift’s first six masters without her permission.

One of the album’s highlights is Exile (feat. Bon Iver), is a true work of art. Folklore is a finely produced piece that soothes the mind like a lullaby. Swift’s mature and passionate voice seamlessly transmits the intricate thoughts hidden in each track, proving her capabilities not only as a songwriter but also as a vocalist. Overall, Folklore demonstrates Swift’s storytelling skills and ability to attract listeners with compelling storylines and beautiful musical arrangements.

Chartbusters: Exile (feat. Bon Ivor), August, Invisible Strings, Betty, The 1

Underrated songs: Illicit Affairs, Mad Woman, The Last Great American Dynasty, Mirrorball, The Lakes

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “Leavin’ like a father / Running like water, I / And when you are young, they assume you know nothing” (Cardigan)

“I think I’ve seen this film before / And I didn’t like the ending / I’m not your problem anymore / So who am I offending now?” (Exile)

“I didn’t have it in myself to go with grace / And so the battleships will sink beneath the waves / You had to kill me, but it killed you just the same” (My Tears Ricochet)

“So much for summer love, saying “us” / Cause you weren’t mine to lose” (August)

“They told me all of my cages were mental / So I got wasted like all my potential / And my words shoot to kill when I’m mad / I have a lot of regrets about that” (This Is Me Trying)

“And that’s the thing about illicit affairs / And clandestine meetings and longing stares / It’s born from just one single glance / But it dies, and it dies, and it dies / A million little times” (Illicit Affairs)

“And women like hunting witches, too / Doing your dirtiest work for you / It’s obvious that wanting me dead / Has really brought you two together” (Mad Woman)

“Is it romantic how all my elegies eulogize me? / I’m not cut out for all these cynical clones / These hunters with cell phones / Take me to the lakes where all the poets went to die / I don’t belong, and my beloved, neither do you” (The Lakes)

1.1989 (2014) & 1989 (Taylor’s Version) (2023)

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1989, the album titled after Taylor Swift’s birth year, represents her rebirth in the music industry. Swift ditched her cowboy boots and hats in response to criticism that her music had strayed too far from its country roots, and embraced a full pop sound. The album is a complete pop collection that combines dance and electric pop elements with ’80s influences. Swift’s songwriting rose to new heights, with crisp, snappy lyrics and hook-laden melodies dominating the record, resulting in a smooth transition from one tune to another.

The album has won multiple honours, including the Grammy for Album of the Year, but what’s even more amazing is the hold it still has over the audience today, almost a decade after its debut. 1989 is widely recognised as Swift’s most successful and best album and 1989 TV proved this once again by setting a record for the most streamed album in one day, by dethroning Midnights. Its addictive energy drives listeners to dance or tap their feet, even on more moody tracks like Out Of The Woods.

The album’s bop-filled essence shines through with outstanding songs like Blank Space, Shake It Off, Style, Wildest Dreams, and Bad Blood. The album’s attractiveness is further increased by its vault tracks, such as Slut!, Now That We Don’t Talk, and Is It Over Now? all of which add to its inviting charm. If we may quote Selena Gomez in this context “nothing hits like 1989”.

Chartbusters: Blank Space, Shake It Off, Style, Wildest Dreams, Bad Blood, Out Of The Woods, This Love, Slut!

Underrated Songs: Clean, New Romantics, You Are In Love, I Know Places

Hard-hitting Lyrics: “But you’ll come back each time you leave / ‘Cause, darling, I’m a nightmare dressed like a daydream” (Blank Space)

“’Cause the players gonna play, play, play, play, play / And the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate / Baby, I’m just gonna shake, shake, shake, shake, shake / Shake it off, I shake it off” (Shake It Off)

“Band-Aids don’t fix bullet holes / You say sorry just for show / If you live like that, you live with ghosts / You forgive, you forget, but you never let it go” (Bad Blood)

“Someday when you leave me / I bet these memories / Follow you around” (Wildest Dreams)

“Your kiss, my cheek / I watched you leave / Your smile, my ghost / I fell to my knees / When you’re young you just run / But you come back to what you need” (This Love)

“The water filled my lungs, I screamed so loud / But no one heard a thing” (Clean)

“Everyone wants him, that was my crime / The wrong place at the right time / And I break down, then he’s pullin’ me in/In a world of boys, he’s a gentleman” (Slut!)

“You dream of my mouth before it called you a lying traitor / You search in every maiden’s bed for something greater, baby” (Is It Over Now?)

Which Taylor Swift album do you like the best?

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • What is considered Taylor Swift’s best album?

1989 TV and Folklore are the two albums which are considered one of the bests in Taylor Swift’s discography.

  • Which album made Taylor Swift famous?

Fearless (2008) catapulted Swift to international stardom.

  • Which Taylor Swift album should I listen to first?

Fearless TV or Lover is a good place to start listening to Taylor Swift.

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