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Jan 12 2012 3:00pm

The Romance of Taylor Swift

Taylor SwiftPlaying on iPods in millions of young girls’ bedrooms is the music of a star who defines herself as a hopeless romantic. And what could be better than that?

Appearing live to more than thirteen thousand fans, Taylor Swift said, “I think I fall into the category of the hopeless romantic...the tricky thing about us, the hopeless romantic, is when we fall in love with someone, when say hello—and it’s magical—we never imagine that hello can turn into a goodbye. And when we kiss someone—and it’s magical—we never ever imagine that it can turn into a last kiss.”

This bittersweet fascination that Taylor Swift has with love is clearly intertwined throughout her music; in fact, many would say that it topic numero uno in Taylor’s mind. What Taylor so expertly does is convey a very human emotion and brings such a raw feel to it, that many people feel a connection with the singer. This ability to create this connection has launched and sustained the singer’s career, winning the hearts of both men and women alike.

[Let’s get to the heart of the matter...]