Live in Tokyo - June 1, 2014.
"I tend to write a lot of songs about the past. It’s been pointed out to me there is something that I don’t really write a lot of songs what’s happening right now or what will happen in the future. I tend to write a lot of songs about what used to happen or what isn’t happening any more or how I wished things had gone or what I’ve learned now that things didn’t go the way I wanted them to. So I thought about that recently, why do I do that, cause you shouldn’t live in the past. But I think the reasons why I right a lot of songs about the past it’s because I think sometimes you try to find a lesson in something and maybe that will help you forget the things you remember all too well."
See? This and this^ is why I love the Japanese crowds so much! Because they can be crazy passionate about music and Tay, but they have this ancient art of being capable of being quiet during the songs. Amazing guys, just amazing!
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I fret about the future. What my next move should be. What the move after that should be. How I am going to sustain this. How do I evolve. I get so ahead of myself. I’m like, ‘What am I going to be doing at 30?’ But there’s no way to know that! So it’s this endless mind-boggling equation that you’ll never figure out. I overanalyze myself into being a big bag of worries. - Taylor Swift, Vogue 2012
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