Rating: 3.0

One of the better songs on Swift's latest album will make it's way onto the radio sometime in early/mid 2018, and will crack the top 5. With that said, I can think of 8 songs offhand from her last venture that were better than anything from this album. It's a shame because we see glimpses of Swift's songwriting getting even better, but the production choices just don't work. Max Martin and Jack Antonoff make for a disjointed experience.

Rating: 3.0

better than the earlier singles, then again thehy eventually grew on me. TSwift can co-write a single along with 30 other writers. Whilst there is a tinge of kiwi influence i wont speculate that this is the person tay tay wants to lorde over.

Rating: 0.67

I had a dream the other night that I interviewed Taylor for a podcast. The interview lasted more than two hours and was chock full of interesting nuggets of Swift's current state of (music) things. As the interview was ending, I convinced her to make her next record a country one, and she agreed that it might be an interesting twist. This song is garbage.