Top 7 Taylor Swift songs

Top 7 Taylor Swift songs

Taylor Swift is an American singer, songwriter and actress. She has won seven Grammy Awards in her career amongst other notable achievements. Her career began in 2006, when she was just 17 years old, with her debut album ‘Taylor Swift’. Her second album ‘Fearless’, launched in 2008 was a worldwide hit, making Swift one of the top female singers in the music industry.

The other albums that Swift released were ‘Speak Now’ in 2010, followed by ‘Red’ in 2012, and the album named ‘1989’ in the year 2014. Listed here are her top 7 songs.

1. You Belong With Me

It’s said that the idea for this song came to Swift when she overheard a male friend of hers fighting with his girlfriend over the phone. The song won the ‘Best Female Video’ at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009, and was nominated at the Grammy in 2010 for three categories, ‘Record of the Year’, ‘Song of the Year’ and ‘Best Female Pop Vocal Performance’. The album ‘Fearless’ won the ‘Album of the Year’, and the ‘Best country Album’ at the Grammy’s the same year.

2. Love Story

This one had girls going crazy over it all over the world. A lead single from the album ‘Fearless’, it was nominated for the ‘Favorite Country Song’ at the People’s Choice Awards in 2009 and also the ‘Video of the Year’ at Academy of Country Music Awards. At the BMI Country Awards, it won the ‘Song of the Year’.

3. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

This was the first single from the hit album ‘Red’ and was quite popular within just two weeks of its release. ‘Red’ won the ‘Top Selling Album’ award at the Canadian Country Music Association with a nomination for ‘Album of the Year’ in Country Music Association Awards as well as the Grammys. The song was nominated for ‘Record of the Year’ at the Grammys, and was the ‘Fastest Selling Single in Digital History’ at the Guinness World Records.

4. I Knew You Were Trouble

It was released as a promotional song from the album ‘Red’ and had quickly reached the #3 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Like most of Swift’s songs, this one too had interesting lyrics that were loved by the listeners. It won the ‘Best Female Video’ at the MTV Video Music Awards and was also nominated there for ‘Video of the Year’. It won the ‘Song of the Year’ at the Radio Disney Music Awards.

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