Intimidating girl playbacks love songs

12 May

“I’m perfectly fine, I live on my own, I made up my mind I’m better off bein’ alone,” she starts off.

” she asks, her voice petulant, sneering with humor and attitude.

“I never trust a playboy, but they love me,” she insists, stating matter of-factly that it’s best to “leave before you get left,” and hinting that maybe her splashy former relationships weren’t all they might have seemed.

And then there’s the kicker: “They’re burning all the witches, even if you aren’t one,” she croons on an auto-tuned bridge.

With 15 tracks, produced with pop hitmakers Max Martin, Shellback and Jack Antonoff, Swift’s latest addition to her catalogue appears to mine her past and her present for material, switching moods between unapologetic love letter and defiant clapback.

It’s all sung over a series of synth-heavy beats, and sprinkled with tinges of 80s pop, catchy dubstep drops and dance-ready hooks. ”: Starting things off with a thumping bass line and rallying cry, “…Ready For It? “In the middle of the night, in my dreams, you should see the things we do,” she sings sweetly before switching into her new-era rap-singing.