My Favorite Line On Every Song From Taylor Swift's "Red"
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My Favorite Line On Every Song From Taylor Swift's "Red"

Can you tell I'm excited for November 12?

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My Favorite Line On Every Song From Taylor Swift's "Red"
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Now that "Red (Taylor's Version)" is coming out a week earlier than expected, there's even more reason to get in the spirit and remember why the album is so good in the first place. A perfect listen for fall - my November will undoubtedly be colored Red this year. In case you're unsure about listening, look no further - here is a list of the best lines from each incredible song.

1. State of Grace

"So you were never a saint / And I've loved in shades of wrong / We learn to live with the pain / Mosaic broken hearts"

2. Red

"Memorizing him was as easy as knowing all the words to your old favorite song"

3. Treacherous

"And all we are is skin and bone / Trained to get along / Forever going with the flow / But you're friction"

4. I Knew You Were Trouble.

"And the saddest fear comes creeping in / That you never loved me or her, or anyone, or anything"

5. All Too Well

Okay this one could be the whole song so I've narrowed it to three:

"Autumn leaves falling down like pieces into place"

"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"

"Time won't fly, it's like I'm paralyzed by it / I'd like to be my old self again / But I'm still trying to find it"

6. 22

"We're happy, free, confused and lonely in the best way / It's miserable and magical, oh yeah"

7. I Almost Do

"I bet / It never ever occurred to you / That I can't say "Hello" to you / And risk another goodbye"

8. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

"'m really gonna miss you picking fights / And me falling for it, screaming that I'm right"

9. Stay Stay Stay

"Before you, I'd only dated self indulgent takers / Who took all of their problem out on me /But you carry my groceries and now I'm always laughing"

10. The Last Time

"You wear your best apology / But I was there to watch you leave"

11. Holy Ground

"Spinning like a girl in a brand new dress / We had this big wide city all to ourselves / We blocked the noise with the sound of "I need you" / And for the first time I had something to lose"

12. Sad Beautiful Tragic

"And time / Is taking its sweet time erasing you / And you've got your demons / And darlin' they all look like me"

13. The Lucky One

"And they tell you that you're lucky / But you're so confused, / 'Cause you don't feel pretty, you just feel used."

14. Everything Has Changed

"And all I've seen / Since eighteen hours ago / Is green eyes and freckles and your smile / In the back of my mind making me feel like"

15. Starlight

"He was tryna to skip rocks on the ocean saying to me / "Don't you see the starlight,"

16. Begin Again

"But you throw your head back laughing like a little kid / I think it's strange that you think I'm funny 'cause he never did"

17. The Moment I Knew

"And it was like slow motion / Standing there in my party dress / In red lipstick / With no one to impress"

18. Come Back...Be Here

"I told myself don't get attached / But in my mind I play it back / Spinning faster than the plane that took you"

19. Girl At Home

"You understand perfectly / You're the kind of man who makes me sad"

Listen to "Red (Taylor's Version): out November 12!

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