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Taylor Swift is back, stronger than ever before – The Sydney Morning Herald

The singer’s surprise new album, Evermore, is a personal tour de force.



It’s a thread Swift picks up and runs with on Dorothea. A masterwork of a character study, it sees the roles reversed and Swift singing as the friend left behind, the one seeing the shiny face of a school pal on TV. “You’r a queen sellin’ dreams, sellin’ makeup in magazines from you I’d buy anything,” Swift sings. For her long history of writing break-up songs and anthems for scorned lovers, some of the most powerful and painful loves lost are the ones between old friends and Swift captures them…

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