Emily Allgair, Editor
Warning: If you are morally opposed to supporting Taylor Swift, this article is not for you. If you are not, however, morally opposed to supporting women who empower other women, speak out against inequity and injustice and take great pride in their artistry, then you may want to keep reading.
Taylor Swift has been making bangers since the release of “Tim McGraw,” her first ever single that makes you think of her in that little black dress and her old faded blue jeans, in 2006. So, for almost two whole decades, Ms. Swift has created 168 US Billboard Hot 100 chart entries, consisting of eight number ones and 30 top ten songs.
These songs, while incredibly catchy, may not be her best work. Maybe it is, but I don’t want to discuss these songs. Instead, I am going to tell you the Taylor Swift songs that I personally believe to be underrated. For the sake of my own sanity, I will not be including vault tracks.
Now, in no particular order, here is my list.
Invisible – Taylor Swift
The Best Day – Fearless (Taylor’s Version)
Dress – Reputation
cowboy like me – Evermore
The Story of Us – Speak Now
Daylight – Lover
Holy Ground – Red (Taylor’s Version)
August – Folklore
Clean – 1989
Haunted – Speak Now
I Almost Do – Red (Taylor’s Version)
Sweet Nothing – Midnights
Paper Rings – Lover
Thank you for your consideration. See you when blondie finally releases Speak Now (Taylor’s Version).