Lover CD
Lover CD
Lover CD
Lover CD
Lover CD

Lover CD

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Taylor Swift®
Photo by Valheria Rocha
©2019 TAS Rights Management, LLC
Used by permission. All rights reserved.


1 I Forgot That You Existed

2 Cruel Summer

3 Lover

4 The Man

5 The Archer

6 I Think He Knows

7 Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince

8 Paper Rings

9 Cornelia Street

10 Death By A Thousand Cuts

11 London Boy

12 Soon You'll Get Better (feat. The Chicks)

13 False God

14 You Need To Calm Down

15 Afterglow

16 ME! (feat. Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco)

17 It's Nice To Have A Friend

18 Daylight

Artist Bio

Taylor Swift is that rarest of pop phenomena: a superstar who managed to completely cross over from country to the mainstream. Others have performed similar moves -- notably, Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson both became enduring pop culture icons based on their 1970s work -- but Swift shed her country roots like they were a second skin; it was a necessary molting to reveal she was perhaps the sharpest, savviest populist singer/songwriter of her generation, one who could harness the zeitgeist, make it personal and, just as impressively, perform the reverse. These skills were evident on her earliest hits, especially the neo-tribute "Tim McGraw," but her second album, 2008's Fearless, showcased a songwriter discovering who she was and, in the process, finding a mass audience. Fearless wound up having considerable legs not only in the U.S., where it racked up six platinum singles on the strength of the Top Ten hits "Love Story" and "You Belong with Me," but throughout the world, performing particularly well in the U.K., Canada, and Australia. Speak Now, delivered almost two years later, consolidated that success and moved Swift into the stratosphere of superstardom. Her popularity only increased over her next three albums -- Red (2012), 1989 (2014), and Reputation (2017) -- and found her moving assuredly into a pop realm where she already belonged. Even when she scaled back her approach with 2020's stripped-down sibling releases folklore and Evermore, she remained atop the pop world, a position she maintained with re-recordings of her back catalog along with Midnights, a moody album released in 2022.