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Taylor Swift tells The New York Times how she wrote her hit song Lover in this interesting interview.

In the video, we hear from the songstress and find out what inspired her to pen the track. She tells her how she initially came up with the chorus and built the rest of the song around it. She recalled how she wanted the song to be ideal for lovestruck couples slow dancing on the dance floor. After she came up with the idea, she worked with other writers and producers to turn it into the hit that we all know today.

Taylor Swift Tells The New York Times How She Wrote "Lover" image of Taylor Swift

It’s really cool to see how Taylor goes about creating her songs. In a pop industry that is dominated by ghostwriters, it’s refreshing to hear from an artist who is passionate about making her own original music. With the help of her team, she was able to produce one of the most romantic (and catchiest) songs of 2019. It’s a great interview from The New York Times that gives us an insight into the mind of one of the best writing talents in modern music.

Taylor Swift|The New York Times |Interviews

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