‘Daylight’ by Taylor Swift
Arguably one of Swift’s best love songs, ‘Daylight’ puts into words the pure bliss of meeting your soulmate. Throughout the song, Swift reflects on her past relationships, some she describes as “black and white,” others “burning red.” Fans may recognize this reference as a homage to the country-pop classic album ‘Red,’ the ultimate breakup album, full of passion and heightened emotions. Yet, as Swift matures, her idea of love does as well, moving away from an all-consuming relationship and into one “golden like daylight.” Ultimately, it is Swift’s voice memo at the end of the song, where she describes her desire to be “defined by what she loves,” that encapsulates the tenderness and heart behind ‘Daylight.’
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