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Music Monday: I knew you were trouble by Taylor Swift

I’ve been avoiding Taylor Swift for a while now. Mostly because they overplayed her first CD until I couldn’t stand hearing Tim McGraw’s name (sorry Tim, I still love you!) I don’t think she’s untalented – far from it – but anything THAT overplayed makes me run screaming in the other direction.

Then, I started hanging out with @messofmomentss. She is undoubtedly the biggest Taylor Swift fan I’ve ever met. And when we’re in her car, Taylor is usually on. So I grudgingly started listening to her more and more. I love how her music has evolved the more she’s grown. The few songs I’ve heard from her new CD Red haven’t been as “country” as her previous albums, and I’m digging the music more and more.

I was reading an article in The Daily Mail and I saw a picture of Taylor Swift with bright pink hair, which obviously made me want to click the picture to read the article (way to go DailyMail). It was about the music video that debuted last Tuesday called “I knew you were trouble” and once I clicked play, it was OVER for me. I’ve had it on repeat all morning and I can’t stop listening!

It’s all @messofmomentss’ fault.

Mama Kitty

MamaKitty is a mother to a beautiful little girl, wife to her own real life hero, a registered radiographic technologist, student, book reviewer, and author of contemporary romance (as Paige Prince). She hates to be bored, loves a good book, and can usually be found on Twitter or Facebook.

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