If asked a Swiftie, they''ll say they want music videos of every Taylor Swift song, but there are a few that really really really deserve a music video because some songs of her are just that mush more awesome !
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Taylor's 'Red' from her fourth album of the same name does have a video as a matter of fact, but it's from her Red tour which only gives us glimpses into her tour. Red was the kind of song that when you heard for the first time didn't give you much of a Taylor vibe, well at least in those days when Taylor had started to change her genre from country to pop. But, as you welcomed the pop queen in her along with the country girl, Red had become one of the most compelling songs of Taylor. The thing about Red which needs a music video is that the song is so ambivalent which raises intrigue and wonder. Unlike other Tay songs which delivers individual s like bitterness f
Taylor's ''Enchanted'' from her third album ''Speak Now'' was used in the commercial of the perfume ''Wonderstruck'' launched by her. Enchanted's ethereal, magical and fairy tale like vibe with its ''first love'' kind of lyrics filled with all that innocence of first loves, the sweet anticipation and that unsullied longing before we knew the tragedy of heartbreaks and the ugliness of the reality, begs for a visual story.
Now, Long Live is the kind of song that would make you want to have this triumphant moment where you're on the top of the world and have done yourself and this world a justice. It's the song that celebrates the fulfillment of our childhood's seemingly impossible dreams. All our wishful thinking that we think can't ever come true get a bit of courage when we listen to this track. A song as such powerful positive energy sure asks for a music video! ''I was screaming long live All the magic we made And bring on all the pretenders One day we will be remembered''
'Wonderland' is the bonus track from 1989 album which is inspired from the Lewis Carroll's story,''Alice in Wonderland''. The twists and turns in the peculiar yet astonishing journey of Alice made Taylor compare it with her own experiences in her relationship. If this song was made into a video,think about the utopian(fantasy like) head trip it'd have given us with all its chimerical(fantasized) elements !
'I know places' has such a catchy tune in spite of being such a vulnerability to it- "I can hear them whisper as we pass by It's a bad sign, bad sign Something happens when everybody finds out See the vultures circling dark clouds" I guess this song talks about all the harsh and mean judgements Taylor or people like her or even us, go through because of those judgemental people who can only hate. It's such a strong song despite of talking about the fragility and weakness a verbally abused person goes through. This song could really use a video.
Now I honestly don't think this song even needs an explanation as to why it needs an original music video other than the ''Speak Now'' tour tape. So much sparks and no music video? Not very fair,is it ?
Have any of you heard the live version of 'Haunted' ? If haunted could get any more achingly powerful, it got so in the live version of it. Haunted delivers such impactful emotions which are intense,sad and heartbreaking. The song talks about those phases when one is afraid about their loved ones drifting away from them, suddenly their demeanor changing. It is an anthem of the fragility of relationships and the fear connected with it. It is the chaotic confusion of fear and longing. What makes this song worth a visual story is its live string section.
'Getaway Car' from Taylor's latest album 'Reputation' is the to go song while driving or in a ride. ''We were jet set Bonny and Clyde Until you switched to this other side'' There's just something about this song and its lyrics, it just needs a music video.
After 'Shake it off' the Taylor fans need more of the fun music videos of Taylor where she's all comical,funny,airy and humoristic. And,this is the best song for all that. 'Gorgeous' from Taylor's 'Reputation' is fun,sassy,poppy and full of mischief. It's kind of a flirtatious song which is a new thing from Taylor and that's why it needs a video!
''I’ve always wanted to structure a song where each individual section of the song sounded like a move forward in the relationship, but still be listenable. So, I wanted the verse to seem like its own phase of a relationship, the pre-chorus to sound like its own phase of a relationship, and the chorus to sound like its own phase of a relationship. And I wanted them to have their own identity, but seem like they were getting deeper and more fast-paced as the song went on. So finally, I was able to achieve that in a song'',said Taylor in the iHeartRadio Reputation release party. And this song does exactly that. It takes us through all those phases. A music video could really do this song justice by giving it a visual story telling.
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