You first became popular for songs that perfectly captured teenage angst. Is there a pressure to keep this image even when you’re older? I write music depending on my mood and where I’m at in life, unless my record company is forcing me to do otherwise (chuckles).
not the twins being the only people who knew her name
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The amount of incomplete/wrong info in this video like HK being taken down from YT/ the incomplete response tweets
Originally posted by B2R4D
Taylor Swift has never explored the depths that Avril has in her music. Part of her appeal was that her songs were raw. She wrote about life. There was so much angst and aggression and it was an outlet of youthful expression. Not saying that Taylor doesn't write about real experiences, but the way it's constructed is almost like a fairytale. It's not as authentic.
Those kids aren't old enough to understand what the song is about, those fine bros were giving them wrong informations like the incomplete tweets.. So I don't really think it's something that would make me angry.. I love those videos but I start hating these fine bros 'cause they seem like they were trying so much...
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