On the heels of the release of her third studio album, 21,000 Days, 21-year-old singer-songwriter/guitarist-producer Taylor Swift is getting back into the game, releasing her fourth studio album 21, a new project that she says will be a “biggie.”
And while it’s not a huge deal for a pop star to be on a new record, it’s a huge thing for a singer-writer to be in the midst of a creative renaissance.
Taylor Swift: I’m the only one who’s ever really done it before”I’m a songwriter.
I’m a performer.
I’ve always had a big passion for music, so I thought, I’m going to write a record, and then, it just became this natural thing to do.
I think it’s such a natural thing for people to be involved in music and music culture, because you know you’re always in a conversation.
And I thought it would be a good way for me to step back and get a little more time to myself and to do this album.
And, it was just really nice to have a little time to do it, and do a record.
When you’ve been working for so long, the last thing you want to do is get into the studio and start working.
But I think when you’ve got this much time to yourself, you just have to let the muse take over and do whatever it is.
So it was definitely a way to just get away from it a little bit and just let it go.
It was definitely nice to be able to relax and not have to worry about anything, and just go, whatever happens, happens.
I’m the one who, when I think of the first record, I think I’ve been through so many different phases in my life, and so many things that I’ve done.
And it’s really funny, because, you know, this whole album, it sounds like I just did something, like, two or three songs in, and it was like, I don’t know what it is that I did, but it’s like I did something and then I had to go, I have to make something up.
I don`t know what that thing is.
But when I was recording, it wasn’t really a question of, I wanted to do something and I had a record and I wanted it to be good, it didn`t matter what I wrote, it only mattered that it was good.
And now, I just have it in my hands and I can just start writing.
It`s not like I was sitting in my studio and I just had this record.
It’s like, well, you want me to write songs, so what are you going to do?
It`ll be great, but I don´t want to write anything until I get something.
But now I know that I can do that.
It is like I know what I want to accomplish.
And that was kind of what I was trying to do in 21, which was, what does this record have to say about me and what do I have in common with people that I know?
I had so many friends that I knew I liked and were connected to.
I had people that were connected in a certain way to me.
And for me, I was like “I want to be like, what do people do?
What do I relate to?
And, I want this record to be, like I said, about me.
It doesn’t have to be a lot of things.
I know I don, I know it sounds a little strange, but, it has to be the same thing that I said when I wrote 21, “I have so many people that love me, they love me and I love them.”
And so I knew that that was going to be kind of the same feeling I was going for with 21.
And then it was all like, “Okay, that`s how I want it.”
And that’s the way it was.
And the way I write it, it`s all just about the love, the warmth and the intimacy that I have for people and what I have been through.
And then it becomes a kind of a record about how I am a woman and how I live my life.
And so that was really, really, what I wanted the record to do for me.
So I had all these friends that, you have to know, I grew up with.
I was born in the same town as them.
And when I heard 21, I thought that was a really good thing.
And people are so nice.
They’re very nice to me and to other people.
I mean, I can feel that in my heart when I hear that.
And you know it`d been very nice for me when I`ve gotten to know them and how they are.
I have a lot to learn about them.
I still haven