Taylor Swift Speak Now Track List

October 26, 2010 by Post Team 

Taylor Swift Speak Now Track List, Taylor Swift is the celebration of their latest album this week as a preview to his new “talk now”, the album, the track list has been released early. Fans can get their hands on the Taylor Swift is talking about the album this October 25, 2010. This will feature some of his more recent hits like “mine” also includes “Innocent”, which is their debut song he sang on the MTV music video awards. These songs are written by Taylor Swift herself. There are a lot of excitement is expected in this third album is expected to follow in the footsteps of the success of their previous albums. Below is a quote from Taylor Swift herself.

There is also the fact that the album is called “Speak now”, and belongs to the album as a concept and as a full track of the album, even more than you can say. I’ve been working on it for two years. Since we released “Fearless”, I’ve been writing for this album and the concept and put it together in my head, I wanted it to be. I like to take a long time between albums to work up to the next and see what it is. We did the same with ‘Fearless’. We put in two years between him [and self-titled debut album] and that gives enough time for me [to] write everything alive. You have to give yourself time to experience a lot of things, so you can write a lot of things. ”

Talk about Taylor Swift album track list now lie just below. Check it out and see if you have already heard it all as Serena Gomez did. Get a lap pace, as we see what kind of new songs that will be held from listening to country singer 20 years. And here are the 14 songs on the album Speak Now “Mine”, “Sparks Fly”, “Back in December,” “Talk now,” “Dear John”, “medium”, “Story of Us”, “Never Grow Up, “” Enchanted, “” better than revenge, “” Innocent, “” Haunted “,” Last Kiss “,” Viva. “

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