I’m right here where you left me, fandomites.
Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’s still working from home like most if they can, we can’t really be anywhere else right now. The Blonde With The Sparkly Guitar who is known for her laid back approach – no, I’m kidding. Chances she’s working on something as we speak. T-Swizzle recently put out a deluxe version of her album evermore including two more songs: “right where you left me” and “it’s time to go”.
Apparently people are still trying to read into the lyrics to find drama, though. Taylor draws for her personal life as well as other sources for her songwriting. The songs are not always purely autobiographical. Specially on her latests offerings, she’s got backstories that are completely fictional.
Hope you had a great holiday season! Here’s to 2021 bringing us more music, and perhaps the chance to see the Sparkly Dressed performing live again. Stay positive out there and stay in.
Coming up in the Calendar!
- March 14th: The 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards. Taylor Swift is nominated for six awards including Album of the Year for folklore.
(Sources: Taylor Swift, GRAMMY.com, Billboard.com. Featured image: Photo by Beth Garrabrant for Taylor Swift)