Analysis Of T. Taylor's 'Out Of The Woods'

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As females we know we’re independent and don’t need “a man,” but as often as we say

this, it is the reason we don’t have relationships. Taylor Swift’s an expert when it comes to the

mastery of love and heartbreak. Her incredibility to portray the emotions and feelings of her fans

when it comes to relationships is doubtless. Her heartfelt lyrics, beautiful melody and

recollective beats, has left her relatable and admired. Any female whether preteen, teen, or adult

can identify to Taylor’s songs in her album 1989.She pronounces all of her doubts and hopes in a

series of memoirs that can tangle you in a chronological web of her experiences. This leaves her

wondering if she will ever find her happily ever after. T. Swift created
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Taylor wants to know if he has the courage to commit to her forever, because if he doesn’t than

she can easily “ make all the tables turn”. She believes his name is just another name on her

“long list of ex-lovers”, and it can get crossed out and another name can take its place. Taylor

doesn’t think a good relationship can last.

In Out of the Woods, Taylor is in love but it’s in danger because of what the world may

think of them. Taylor says “ the world was black and white” no happiness only grey. This

implies that people in society have the tendency to judge others consistently and make unfair

assumptions because they subconsciously feel worthless, but Taylor and her lover was bold and

optimistic. They had some trouble in their relationship because no one wanted to see them

together; but they didn’t let that break them. They were always there for each other and never

gave up on one another. Taylor wants to know if their trials and hardships will ever end. She’s

optimistic and believes this time that it may just actually work. This just may be her happily ever
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Taylor

doesn’t think a good relationship can last.

In Out of the Woods, Taylor is in love but it’s in danger because of what the world may

think of them. Taylor says “ the world was black and white” no happiness only grey. This

implies that people in society have the tendency to judge others consistently and make unfair

assumptions because they subconsciously feel worthless, but Taylor and her lover was bold and

optimistic. They had some trouble in their relationship because no one wanted to see them

together; but they didn’t let that break them. They were always there for each other and never

gave up on one another. Taylor wants to know if their trials and hardships will ever end. She’s

optimistic and believes this time that it may just actually work. This just may be her happily ever

after.

Taylor’s heartbreak showed her that you can’t trust everyone in a relationship which

made her want to reconcile the situation. When Taylor finally found a potential lover it made her

question whether or not he could be trusted. In her last relationship portrayed in Out of

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