selective music. | See more ideas about Music, The beatles and Lyrics. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) _ JAMES TAYLOR - YouTube. First Dance. Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do' Breaks Record for Most Views on Lyric video is also trending at spot number one on YouTube. "Call Me Maybe" is a song recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen for her . He sends me different YouTube videos of unsigned artists that he'd like to I just met you, And this is crazy, But here's my number, So call me maybe." Stone wrote that "Call Me Maybe" is a "Taylor Swift meets Robyn" song.
And when it's ridiculously over-produced, up-tempo bubblegum pop with terrible lyrics on a beautiful day in Chicago when I'm wearing pink pants, I just kind of want to start skipping around handing my number out to random bros, you know?
The song is Jepsen's third single to enter the Canadian Hotdebuting at number 97 for the week of October 22, These are all artists I look up to in a big way. I have their music, they've been on my records since I can remember. It's really hard to believe.
It's cool because at the same time, it's all that I've all ever been working for. In the United States, the song debuted at number 38 on the Billboard Hot on the week of March 10, with 80, downloads.
Three weeks earlier, it had reached number one on the Digital Songs component chart.
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The song went to number one the following week, March 22,and stayed consecutively at number one for four weeks. It peaked at number three on the Billboard Japan Hot chart and remained on the chart. On April 18,this song ranked at number 56 on the chart. According to Knechtel, the main idea behind the concept was to have a "twist at the end", trying to get away from the idea of the classic "boy meets a girl" story.
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Following the rehearsals, her bandmates push her to go and wash her car, where she tries to gain her neighbour's attention with various provocative poses only to fall from the hood of the car. She is briefly knocked out from the fall, during which she dreams of a romance novel -type encounter with her crush against the backdrop of Peggys Cove.
Drama ensued last summer when Swift revealed she had written the song, using the name Nils Sjoberg, after her breakup with Harris.
This suggests the "" version of Swift is dead. Met Ball dress Swift in her Met Ball dress. TaylorSwiftVEVO The graveyard scene ends with a live Swift laying in an open grave while wearing her Met Gala dress designed by Oscar de la Renta, once again suggesting the end of an era for the pop star. Dollar bill The dollar is visible in the tub, on the left side of the screen.
Julius Caesar reference "Et tu Brute" is carved into the chair. Snakes A snake feeds Swift tea.
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TaylorSwiftVEVO There are snakes all over the video, which seems to be a not-so-subtle callback to Twitter users — including Kim Kardashian — making snake references about Swift after Kardashian shared a video proving the singer approved at least a portion of Kanye West's lyrics about her in his song "Famous. Car crash Swift holding her Grammy after a car crash. There's a horde of photographers taking pictures of her in the scene — and all of them choose to continue snapping photos instead of helping her after the accident.
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This seems to be a metaphor for the media being more interested in Swift's music career and the car crashes in her life than they are for her well-being.
Some have also noted that West was involved in a serious car crash early on in his career that broke his jaw and inspired the song "Through the Wire. TaylorSwiftVEVO Swift and a crew of cat-mask-wearing thieves rob a vault in the video, and as they walk out it shows they're stealing from a company called Stream Co. It's a clear referral to Swift removing her music from Spotify in an effort to get streaming services to give fairer compensation to artists for using their songs.