The Girl Next Door
August 7, 2011 by Post Team
The Girl Next Door, Consider yourself lucky, the parents brought to scream, daughters deliriously happy to see local-girl-makes-good talk now Taylor Swift tour at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday night in South Philadelphia.
Swift, who reminded the crowd of 51,000 at the beginning that “In fact, he grew up right down the road in Reading, Pa.” – However, in reality, was in the vicinity of Wyomissing, Berks County – just playing football stadium six outdoor shows in the U.S. tour that bears her name 3.5 million sale of 2,010 copies of album.
So if you believe everything was ecstatic screaming loudly when the singer and songwriter took the stage to the recording of “American Girl” Tom Petty at the beginning of time 2, 8 production of clothing, or when fireworks she shot back at the opening of “Sparks Fly”, or floating above the crowd on a balcony suspended by cables imitation in the fairy tale closer “Love Story” – well, we can imagine how hard it would have been if there was a roof over the building.
At 21, Swift and a woman always show early practiced. And she comes from its enormous appeal for young naturally.
On one side is the glamorous, almost 6 feet tall with porcelain skin country-pop princess. On the other hand, she is a lanky, had just left her teens, semi-awkward girl next door, which did Flubs vocal on Saturday, but not a flawless vocal power. His strength, however, is bonding with your audience by turning the heart on your sleeve in diary entries super catchy pop songs that show an educated country, a sense of craftsmanship, but they never feel out of the assembly line.
At the Linc, Swift put on a show that is filled with too many do-the-dance-while-I-put-in-one dress interludes. He started to drag during the pre-bis stretch, with the most awkward “Haunted” and “Dear John” (which is the removal expert John Mayer), which was marred by the explosion of fireworks inappropriate that marred the privacy of time.
But otherwise, it was more or less an “Enchanted”, the night (to borrow a song title speaks now.) Swift, seemed genuinely moved and showed skill at milking the affections of the people in “the place I belong,” where they agreed to play “, festivals and fairs, cafes and karaoke contests.”
Every night on tour to talk now, Swift scribble a lyric along her left arm. On this night that came from Elton John: “Because I live and breathe this Philadelphia Freedom.”
At first, recalls her father to see Eagles games on TV as a child. For the first encore, “Fifteen,” she and her full band – who praised profusely, but never introduced by name – were team jerseys.
Midset, walked through the crowd to the back of the plant, where he played the ukulele in a purple dress while sitting under a tree fairy silver spinning like a wind, a music box.
He did not “Fearless,” with a bit of Jason Mraz “I’m yours” shot, and her own “Last Kiss”. And also cleverly added a couple of songs from Philadelphia related to the program, the Pink “Who Knew” and “Unpretty” by TLC, the 1990 R & B hitmakers that Philadelphia offered late rapper Lisa “Left Eye “Lopes.
There were a country-flavored segment, during which Swift, who also played guitar and piano, wearing pigtails and dotted with a banjo. It was then that she did “average”, the anti-bullying anthem talk now. Not one of her best songs but reinforces the idea that Swift is the prettiest of the pretty girls in a higher frequency of the profane and ugly-sexualized pop landscape.
That may well be true, but the appeal of “medium”, and much of the talk now is not as nice as you think Nicey. When she decides to strike back, as when, at the Linc, called the “mean” bully “a liar and pathetic, and just in life,” or when she shook her stuff in a red mini-dress “Best that revenge “and addressed to a boyfriend stealing actress” best known for the things you do on a mattress, “which can be quite unpleasant. And that bodes well for her, screaming fans and schoolgirl as they mature together in half, increased world.
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