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Let’s take a quick look at the meanings of the songs that Taylor’s been playing on the acoustic set:
- I almost do (the conflict when you really want to pick the phone and call someone, but you know you really shouldn’t because it’ll just make you even more hurt)
- White Horse (a girl who really likes this guy. Just a charming smile, he apologize and maybe she’ll forget that he cheated on her and take him back. But she will finally realize that she can’t do this any more. The tale of the naive girl.)
- Shouldn’t Said No (He cheated on her, and now she is never going to let him back. He had a chance to prove his loyalty to her, and he mess up. If he said no He could still be happily dating her.)
- Cold as You (about a girl who falls in love with a guy who doesn’t turn out to be the type of person she always thought he was. Most likely, he was the one who pursued her and made her become attached to him. He showers her with affection and makes her feel special. The girl naturally falls in love with him, but fails to realize that this guy has many faults. She sings how he, “puts up walls and paints them all a shade of gray.” Yet, the girl “stood there loving you and washed them all away”. As their relationship grows and she starts showing him how much she loves him, he becomes more and distant to the point of pushing her away. She can’t understand how he could go from such a warm and kind person to someone so incredibly cold. The guy, however, doesn’t care how he makes her feel anymore. He was all about the “chase” and not about the actual relationship. The girl finally reaches a point where she feels so incredibly helpless and lost by his lack of caring that she decides to walk away from him (“so just talk away, aint so use defending words that you will never say”.) When its all said and done, she is left with a broken heart and many scars, while the guy just goes off and “comes off with a great little story of a mess of a dreamer with the nerve to adore him.” When the girl and guy see each other now, he always smiles at her and acts like nothing is wrong, but she is so messed up from him playing with her feelings for so long, that she can’t handle him treating her so nice (“every smile you fake is so condescending, counting all the scars you made.”
I’ me the only one who sees a standard in this songs and thinks that she’s not playing them randomly?