Over the last few years, my musical habits have consistently obeyed the following pattern. I find a song or a few songs from an artist I like. I go to explore new songs from that artist one album at a time. Sometimes, I enjoy many more songs by the artist. I listen to the same songs on repeat, joyfully. As the days pass, different songs get stuck in my head. Recently, I have found myself humming tunes every so often. On one occasion, I was walking with my headphones in and I wanted to do nothing but sing Taylor Swift music out loud. I didn't, but I did hum the tune to one of her songs lightly.
Some artists whose music I have appreciated in the aforementioned way include:
- Of Monsters and Men
- Taylor Swift
I have been listening to a lot of Taylor Swift music, first starting with Midnights. I went to listen to the songs I knew were written by Swift, such as Shake it Off and We Are Never Getting Back Together. Throughout this process, I explored more songs, finding delight in many of them. Tunes get stuck in my head. Now, I feel it would be apt to consider me a Swiftie. I am passionate enough about Taylor Swift that I have mentioned her in discussions about, among other things, decentralized social networking and authentication.
My intent for this post was to share a few songs by Swift to which I am listening at the moment. It has been a few words since I made that promise to you in the title of this post, so I should get on and enumerate the songs. Without further ado, a few Taylor Swift songs to which I am listening (and greatly recommend):
- I Did Something Bad
- Last Great American Dynasty
- Lavender Haze
The above list is a great place to start. There is a whole world of Taylor Swift music out there to explore. I'm still doing so!
Editor's Note (that's me!): As I am going to publish this post in Visual Studio Code, I find myself singing some words to Delicate in my head. "Is it cool that I said all that? Is it chill that you're in my head?"
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