There are no stupid questions; just stupid people

I sent this voice memo to Ryan Tedder because I always wanted to work with him. And finally, we scheduled some studio time. I always want to be prepared. I wanted to send him the idea I was working on before we went into the studio just in case he wrote back and said, ‘I can’t stand that. I want to work on something else. Think of something else.’ So I just sat down at the piano, put my phone on top of the piano and just kind of explained to him where I wanted to go with the song, how I saw the melody sitting in, and we ended up recording the song the next day and it ended up being on the record, called ‘I Know Places.’

—Taylor Swift talking about writing “I Know Places” with Ryan Tedder (x)

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Like any great love, it keeps you guessing
Like any real love, it’s ever-changing
Like any true love, it drives you crazy
But you know you wouldn’t change
Anything, anything

—Taylor Swift - Welcome to New York (via bette—davis—eyes)

(via heldyourpride)

heldyourpride:

whenallthoseshadows:

IF YOU ARE IN CLASS

YOU BETTER FUCKING TELL YOUR TEACHER YOU HAVE TO FUCKING TAKE A SHIT

AND DIP THE FUCK OUT

AND LISTEN TO THIS FUCKING SONG

RIGHT FUCKING NOW!!!!!!!!

I CANT OMFG

monica-geller:

i’m literally in tears at taylor saying ‘i hope you don’t feel guilty for not feeling good’ because that’s SO IMPORTANT and so often people’s advice is HEY JUST BE HAPPY!!! STOP BEING SAD JUST BE HAPPY!!! but it doesn’t WORK like that and sometimes what you need is for someone to acknowledge that you’re trying your best and if that someone is international superstar taylor swift that has to feel pretty damn special

(via wonderinwhywebotherwithlove)

I become attached to people I shouldn’t. I distance myself from the people who matter. I am bad with people. I am good at being alone. But I hate being lonely.

I am tired of trying to hold things together that cannot be held. Trying to control what cannot be controlled. I am tired of denying myself what I want for fear of breaking things I cannot fix.

—Erin Morgenstern, The Night Circus (via waltzings)

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