July-ving and thriving Day 28: Folklore

I am a big Taylor Swift fan and have written two different posts about some of my favourite Taylor Swift songs and some of my favourite lyrics of hers however both of these posts were written before her new album Folklore came out so I thought I would add Folklore to the list and list my favourite songs and lyrics from the album because I feel like this album is such an autumn/quarantine vibe ๐Ÿ™‚

Favourite songs:

  1. The 1
  2. Illicit Affairs
  3. Invisible String
  4. Peace
  5. Mirror Ball

However I’m sure this list will change as I listen to the album more ๐Ÿ™‚

My favourite lyrics from Folklore:

  1. And when I felt like I was an old cardigan under someones bed you put me on and said I was your favourite- Cardigan
  2. Who knows, if she never showed up, what could’ve been, There goes the maddest woman this town has ever seen, She had a marvelous time ruining everything- The Last Great American Dynasty
  3. No one likes a mad woman, You made her like that, And you’ll poke that bear ’til her claws come out, And you find something to wrap your noose around- Mad Woman
  4. Family that I chose now that I see your brother as my brother, Is it enough? But there’s robbers to the east, Clowns to the West, I’d give you my sunshine, Give you my best, But the rain is always gonna come, If you’re standing with me- Peace
  5. Tell your friends you’re going for a run, you’ll be flushed when you return- Illicit Affairs
  6. Time, wondrous time, Gave me the blues and then purple-pink skies- Invisible String
  7. Gold was the colour of the leaves when I showed you around Centennial Park, Hell was the journey but it bought me heaven- Invisible String
  8. I’ll get you out on the floor, Shimmering beautiful, And when I break it’s in a million pieces- Mirrorball
  9. If you kiss me, will it be just like I dreamed it? Will it patch your broken wings?- Betty
  10. Like you’d get your knuckles bloody for me, Second, third, and hundredth chances, Balancin’ on breaking branches- Exile

Let me know in the comments what song is your favourite from Folklore ๐Ÿ™‚


7 thoughts on “July-ving and thriving Day 28: Folklore

  1. My favorite is Invisible String (followed by seven, peace, exile, and bad woman!) My favorite lyric is “Hell was the journey but it brought me heaven” – it so beautifully captures coming through a tough season and I love it and that song so so much!

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