Taylor Swift Confessed 1 of Her Hit Songs ‘Started Out As a Joke’

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While there are a lot of impressive things to say about Taylor Swift, one thing that fans always love is that she writes or co-writes all of her songs. And with a discography as big as Swift, that’s no small feat. Throughout his career, the talented songwriter dominated the charts, won countless awards, and earned millions of fans and dollars to thank for his music. But which Swift hit song actually started out as a joke?

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Swift has always been candid about her somewhat obscure songwriting approach and how it’s constantly changing. For example, she wrote “Lover” in her Nashville home late one night and the song came together so effortlessly it was almost like magic. In contrast, the “London Boy” singer had the concept of “The Man” in her head before she was able to execute the song.

Taylor Swift’s song ‘Blank Space’ started out as a joke

But one of Swift’s most popular songs actually started out as a joke. When Swift was in her early 20s, the media was constantly commenting on her dating life or their perception of her. She was constantly being linked to male celebrities and this became common. So, Swift began writing a song that played to the trope of her being a “manor”. Of course, Swits noted that the song eventually changed to “Blank Space.”

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“That song started out as a joke,” shared Swift cbs this morning. “I wrote it from the point of view of being very well aware of what I’ve said about my personal life over the years … In that, I mean they were, like, ‘Taylor’s Check out the former men’s slideshow!’ And it was like I would look at it, you know, and you click on it and it drives you crazy! I don’t even know half of them, and that was a time when we would go to lunch were, and we were friends or whatever.”

Songwriter created a character to counter dating rumors in media

Continuing, Swift shared that writing the song and creating a character around her really helped her deal with the constant scrutiny and rumours. The “False God” singer shared, “Like if I separate myself from it, it’s a really very complex character and she’s really exciting and interesting.”

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Of course, “spaces” wouldn’t be the last time Swift used a character as a security. In fact, her entire album, Prestige, based on an alter-ego version of him that was made in the media. After Swift’s infamous feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West, she received a lot of backlash in the media and has been called everything from “calculation” and “manipulative” to “snake”. To counter this, Swift faced criticism for artistic purposes.

Swift also created for her album ‘Reputation’ from a character’s perspective.

“Yeah this is the character you made for me, let me hide behind it,” shared Swift the trend about the personality created for him Prestige. Continuing, Swift shared that the album was not destroying what she had built in the past, but rather served as a form of protection. “I just wanted to decorate again,” folk literature Artist shared. “I think many people, with Prestige, would have understood that I had broken into the house. Actually, I just built a bunker around it.”

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It’s pretty impressive that Swift was able to make a song so catchy as a joke. She may have been ridiculed in the media for her “dating habits,” but it seems like she’s having the last laugh.

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