The readers who like our favorite young Nashville entertainer, Taylor Swift, will immediately understand our 'speak now' reference. For those who may not know much about Taylor Swift, we'll just let you know that 'Speak Now' is the name of one of her albums, and also the name of one of her tours.
We follow Taylor Swift on Twitter, along with some 23 million other like-minded Taylor Swift fans. We are also friends with her on Facebook, where we get some interesting news about her from time to time.
When we hear her new songs, many times we are told they are written about ex-boyfriends. We can only say, 'Why not?' If the dude did her wrong, didn't get on the same level with her, was not understanding of her, if he two-timed her, ignored her, or let other things get in the way of their relationships, then, yes, she should write a song about it. The writing process can be a catharsis which can help by relieving pain, reducing stress and most of all, giving the writer an outlet to express themselves emotionally.
Sometimes a song doesn't even have to be published, nor even sung aloud to do the job it was meant to do. Just the simple act of writing the song, putting the words down on paper (or computer as it may be) means that the emotion over something has been released from the writer's mind. Therefore, that writer can go forward, forget the past and look ahead to the future.
Here, from GrabNetworks via CelebTV is a video on 'Taylor Swift Talks Love and Relationships' - "Taylor Swift opens up to Vibe magazine about her love life. The singer admits that while she loves the idea of romance and falling in love, there's also a part of her that ..."