15 Most Romantic Taylor Swift Songs That Will Get You Into Your Emotions

Whether you’re putting together a Valentine’s Day playlist or looking for the perfect wedding song, a Taylor Swift track or two will likely end up in the mix. Though often hailed for her poignant lyrics about grief, Swift can write a swoon-worthy love song like no other. Whatever the occasion, it can get you in the mood when you play any of these 15 tracks:

Lover (Lover)

The most escapist-worthy lyrics: “All’s well that ends well to end with you”

Love story (Intrepid)

The most escape-worthy lyrics: “Marry me, Juliet / You’ll never have to be alone. I love you and that’s all I really know”

New Year’s Day (Reputation)

The most escapist-worthy lyrics: “I want your midnights / But I’ll clean the bottles with you on New Year’s Day”

To exploit (Speak Now)

The most escape-worthy lyrics: “You made a negligent man’s cautious daughter a rebel / You’re the best thing that was ever mine”

Everything changed (Red)

The most escapist-worthy lyrics: “And your eyes look like they’re coming home, All I know is just a name, Everything’s changed”

Invisible string (folklore)

The most escape-worthy lyrics: “Hell was the journey but it brought me paradise”

You’re in love (1989)

The most escapist-worthy lyrics: “You keep his shirt / He keeps his word”

Call it what you want (Reputation)

The most escapist-worthy lyrics: “I want to wear his initial / On a chain around my neck, a chain around my neck / Not because he owns me / But because he really knows me”

rue Cornelia (Lover)

The most escapist-worthy lyrics: “Barefoot in the kitchen / Sacred new beginnings / It’s become my religion”

crazier (Hannah Montana: The Movie)

The most escape-worthy lyrics: “You showed me something I couldn’t see / You opened my eyes and made me believe”

Mary’s Song (Oh My My My) (Taylor Swift)

The most escape-worthy lyrics: “I’ll be eighty-seven; you’ll be eighty-nine / I’ll still look at you like the stars that shine / In the sky”

Ivy (always)

The most escape-worthy lyrics: “I can’t / Stop you from rooting in my dreamland / My stone house, your ivy grows / And now I’m covered in you”

Delighted (Speak Now)

The most escapist-worthy lyrics: “This is me praying that / This was the very first page / Not where the story ends”

Day light (Lover)

The most escapist-worthy lyrics: “I once believed love would be (Burning red) / But it’s golden”

The lakes (folklore)

The most escape-worthy lyrics: “Take me to the lakes where all the poets have gone to die / I don’t belong, and my beloved, neither do you”

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