Subscriber Account active since. What started off as a deep cut on "Red" swiftly became heralded as the singer's magnum opus, and for good reason. It's almost literary in how distinctively Swift tells her story of forgotten scarves, plaid shirt days, and the pain of remembering every excruciating detail of being in love after the magic's not there no more. Swift didn't just wake up one day and write "All Too Well" without any prior songwriting experience and "Dear John" was solid practice in crafting a breakup ballad that cuts to the core. It gets even better when you realize the songstress wrote all six minutes and 43 seconds alone at the wise old age of The Hollywood Reporter dubbed "Dear John" the "best and most shocking song" on 's "Speak Now" with Chris Willman writing that it's "a brilliant song, and not necessarily an easy one to listen to When "Reputation" came out in , everyone from my own friends to the most devout Swifties had thoughts about how she included songs about sex like "Dress" and "So It Goes…" This solidified what I already knew: everyone slept so hard on 's "Treacherous. All of that adds up to it being a brilliantly written song that exemplifies exactly why Swift is one of the best songwriters of her generation.
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Taylor Swift - 'State Of Grace' live on The X Factor USA.
Or, more specifically, what does that rush of hormones and feelings and more hormones sound like if you're Taylor Swift? Is the croon of a Disney Prince Charming involved? Or the faint pitter-patter of gossip bloggers pecking at their iPhones, eager to break the first official coffee-date or canoodling session? Your answer will come with the arrival of Swift's "State of Grace," the latest new song to be revealed in advance of Red's arrival next week. Swift shared a snippet of the track on Good Morning America today as part of her ongoing preview series. The full cut will go on sale tonight at midnight, but then, you and the thousands of Swifties who've been making each previous Red track zip up the iTunes chart already know the drill. Scroll below to listen. And in a short message introducing the song, Swift had this to say about the origins of "State of Grace:". To me, this sounds like the feeling of falling in love in an epic way.
On tonight's Nov. Her stage setup was darkened, but with glowing, orange, fireball-like lights in the background. When performing without a guitar strapped in front of her body, you can really appreciate the 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer's model height and her trim figure. She also swapped out her signature red lipstick for a soft pink hue during her 'X Factor' appearance, which was surprising since red lips would be more visible on TV. Swift was dressed down for her, but still looked fashionable. More importantly, she sounded incredible as she soared through the song on the show's elimination episode. It was the first time she has played 'State of Grace' live, so 'X Factor' viewers got a real treat with a Swift debut. We are going to go out on a limb here and predict that the show gets a boost in ratings this week thanks to Swift's live performance. It's been struggling a bit, ratings-wise, but we wouldn't be surprised if things were on the uptick because Swift appeared.
It was released to the iTunes Store on October 16, , in the United States by Big Machine Records as the fourth and final promotional single from the album. It was the only promotional single from the album that was not re-issued as an official single, as " Begin Again ", " Red ", and " I Knew You Were Trouble ", were all later re-issued as official singles. The song was written by Swift and produced by Nathan Chapman and Swift. Musically, the song is a departure from Swift's typical country pop , using influences of alternative rock while being compared to bands such as U2 , Muse and The Cranberries. During her preview of the song on ABC 's Good Morning America , Swift described the song as such: "I wrote this song about when you first fall in love with someone — the possibilities, kind of thinking about the different ways that it could go.