15 Reasons Taylor Swift Is An Icon And Will Forever Slay My Existence
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15 Reasons Taylor Swift Is An Icon And Will Forever Slay My Existence

She has won album of the year twice for her SOLO career.

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1. She began writing her own songs and learning guitar at the age of 12 

2. She has gone through countless genres of music and still stays relevant during each change 

3. She has won album of the year twice for her SOLO career 

4. She has a song for any situation you might be going through 

5. She’s won 10 Grammys 

6. She’s in the top 10 for the most followers on Instagram 

7. She has persevered, strived, and never lost herself through all the hate she randomly, and wrongly receives 

8. She respects her fans 

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9. She is beautiful 

10. She supports the LGBTQ community 

11. She used to live on a Christmas tree farm 

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12. She inspires so many young people 

13. She is fearless 

14. She tried to give so much money to a fan through GoFund me, that the company had to increase their donation limit. 

15. She’s the reason I, and so many people, are  here today. 

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