1 Song, 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Taylor Swift and Panic! At the Disco’s Brendon Urie celebrate their individuality on this single rippling with military drumming and sunny pop. “It’s about not feeling like you’re replaceable,” Swift told fans in an exclusive Apple Music video message. "We’re sent so many messages that there’s a better version of us on a social media app, with better abs, in a better vacation spot. You’re the only one of you—that’s it. There’s just you.”

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Taylor Swift and Panic! At the Disco’s Brendon Urie celebrate their individuality on this single rippling with military drumming and sunny pop. “It’s about not feeling like you’re replaceable,” Swift told fans in an exclusive Apple Music video message. "We’re sent so many messages that there’s a better version of us on a social media app, with better abs, in a better vacation spot. You’re the only one of you—that’s it. There’s just you.”

Mastered for iTunes
TITLE TIME

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
186 Ratings

186 Ratings

boijoi ,

Flawlessly slaying once again.

🖤🐍🦋💕

Lgb1869 ,

ME...

This song is terrible. Lyrics are lame. Ad nauseam is not catchy, it’s criminal. Her talent has been stolen by rainbow hues and sparkly unicorns. Her desperate attempt to collar a younger fandom has alienated her current adult fans. The fact that her fans are actually admitting to crying from hearing the song is in itself disturbing and sadly the realization of the true end to pop. Taylor has single handedly caused pop to be what it was always fighting not to be...empty headed bubbliness of nothing. Congratulations Taylor on producing one of the worst songs this millennium.

Panda-Leonida ,

It’s a happy song that makes me happy😃❗️

Taylor swift is so talented and relevant to today’s music 🎶 scene👌❗️

More By Taylor Swift