10 Lines from Taylor Swift's New Album That Proves She Is NOT Dead
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10 Lines from Taylor Swift's New Album That Proves She Is NOT Dead

Call it what you want Taylor, the old you is still in there.

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10 Lines from Taylor Swift's New Album That Proves She Is NOT Dead
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Look, Taylor, we get it, there have been instances over the past year that have taken chunks away from you innocence but in all honesty, your fans still love you. In one of the greatest advertising portrayals of all time, Taylor self-proclaimed her "Old Taylor" death in a bathtub surrounded by jewels. While her new album "Reputation" is fabulous, there are so many lines that prove the old Taylor is far from dead.

1. "I wanna be your A-Team."

Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran debuted their strange friendship in 2013 and since then they have been one of the most iconic duos in music. Taylor is still holding onto Ed which is proof that the same girl that wrote "Stay Stay Stay" wrote "End Game."

2. "And all at once you are the one I have been waiting for."

Taylor Swift can pretend that she's a rebel child who is "better off alone" but in reality we know she is a normal 20-year-old who still gets butterflies when she meets a new boy. You're not fooling anyone, Taylor.

3. "I can tell that it's gonna be a long road."

I see you making forever plans. That doesn't seem like a very reckless action, it actually seems pretty "old Taylor" to me.

4. "There's nothing I hate more than something I can't have."

This line word for word sounds like a line "Better Than Revenge" produced a million years ago. You're a word or two from coming back to life Taylor.

5. "I feel like I might sink and drown and die."

*cough *cough I vaguely remember the words to "dead Taylor's" song "Begin Again" being "all love does is break and burn and end." Sounds familiar.

6. "And I'm so furious at you for making me feel this way."

The sweet soft Taylor is still in there. She cares all the same and we all honestly love her for the honesty.

7."And here's to my momma, had to listen to all this drama."

No matter what version of Taylor comes along, we know for a fact that she will always be a momma's girl. Go you, Taylor.

8. "Even in my worst times, you could see the best of me."

Taylor!! This is how we feel about you.

9. "I'll be there if you're the toast of the town, or if you strike out and you're crawling home."

This is honestly the sweetest lyric ever. We've seen time and time again that Taylor Swift is the best friend and probably the best girlfriend. Even in her new found craziness, she's teaching life lessons.

10. "I want your midnights, but I'll be cleaning up bottles with you on New Years Day."

Once again, what a great life lesson. Thanks for showing us time and time again how to be a decent person.

Taylor isn't the 16-year-old new young artist performing at the Country Music Award show anymore. There's no denying that. That being said, the old Taylor is certainly not dead, she may be evolving into a more mature slightly less PG artist but we still love her and her new lyrics prove that she still has the same heart that America fell in love with years ago.

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