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We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together

August 14, 2012 | Format: MP3

$1.29
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3:13
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: August 14, 2012
  • Release Date: August 14, 2012
  • Label: Big Machine Records, LLC
  • Copyright: (C) 2012 Big Machine Records, LLC.
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  • Total Length: 3:13
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  • ASIN: B008XBRTZM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews

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By Kennis L. Dees on September 6, 2012
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Taylor Swift has definitely grown up in her new single, and it is apparent. Gone is the mysticism and wide eyed wonder of a teenager. Here is the hard and bitter truth about relationships, and how sometimes they don't work out, no matter how many times you get back together. Here is a woman who stands her ground and says no more. A more mature sound, but one that will echo in your head for days. A great dance song, whether alone in your bedroom, with friends in the car, or any where for that matter.
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Who has never had a painful romance in which one is SO in love with a guy who is SO wrong? You make up and break up and finally -- you just say NO! Taylor Swift captures these "hurts so good" relationships in her charming video and in this song -- particularly with the lines "You go talk to your friends talk / To my friends talk to me" and its reference to teen lovers communicating through friends. The song itself insinuates itself into your head, but it's so bubbly and fun that you don't even resent it for being such an ear-worm.
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This track might not be representative of the album, but let's face it, it is utterly impossible not to sing along to it. It is certainly not country,
but so what? This is just a joyously infectious FUN song!
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A perfect song for us girls. This is another song that I couldn't get out of my head, this was only trumped with "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" by Luke Bryan. My brain vacillates between this and the Luke Bryan song.
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I'm not a huge fan of singles (If I'm going to buy a cd I like to have at least three songs on it), but this one is probably the best buy if you are. The artwork is beautiful as always. The song is a great radio song, and it's good to dance around to.

If I can say something in reply to all the negative reviews: the reason it doesn't sound like country is because it's *not supposed to be country!* :) This is a pop song through and through. I heard a radio interview where Taylor was talking about this song. She was sitting in the studio, I think, recording a different song when a friend of her ex came in and talked to her, mentioning "Hey, when are guys gonna get back together?" After he left she just started going on and on about how NO, they are NOT EVER getting back together no matter what. The people she was with told her, "Hey, there's a song here." So this was kind of a spur-of-the-moment song, and I think everything about this song is perfect for a defiant anthem against all those no-good relationships that are so easy to just fall back into.

This song may sound shallow if you can't relate, but this is Taylor singing the top of her voice at her ex, trying to convince him that she's fine without him and nothing he does will change that, and convincing herself that she means it.

Don't be afraid to like this, even if it is different! As a fan of all her music from the beginning, I think after Speak Now's singer-songwriter quality Taylor should be allowed to branch out a little bit -- or a lot. She already wrote albums of deep, heartfelt, lyrical songs. Let her have a little fun with this song, and with her new album! This song is a prime example to show that Taylor doesn't have to stick to her old genre or style.
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I never thought I would say this, but I am disappointed in Taylor with this song. The lyrics are trite, immature, and shallow, like they were written by a 12 year old. Musically, this song doesn't even sound like the usual Taylor, other than the fact that the song's content is yet another "I can't stand my ex-boyfriend and here are the reasons why..." anthem. I agree with many of the other reviewers that she needs to find some new inspiration and material for her music. I never wanted to give one of her songs a bad review, but ultimately, I expected a lot more from her by now and this song is just not up to par with what she can do and what she has released before.
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Now I'm a pretty big Taylor Swift fan. I first got my first real taste of Taylor back in early-mid 2008 when I was in the hospital and they played her relentlessly on the radio and on TV. Needless to say hearing songs like "Our Song" and her huge hit "Teardrops On My Guitar" was nice. I have grown to really love both songs but at the time "Teardrops" was the one I preferred. I bought Fearless for my aunt (copying it to my computer beforehand) and own and love Speak Now [2 Disc Deluxe Edition] which might be her pinnacle so far. With all that said, I didn't like this song at all when I first heard it. Swift has always needed studio trickery for her vocals but this was blatantly and unabashedly using auto-tune at the forefront and I didn't know how to feel about it. Now that I heard this song again on Spotify though I can honestly say it's an upgrade -- maybe a progression kinda like what Coldplay did for their new album (minus the overly loud production). With all that said I must say that I do like the song. It's no "Love Story", "The Best Day" or "I'm Only Me When I'm With You" but it's catchier than any of those songs and isn't bad. It's just really different. She took a chance and that's probably why she's getting the flack because she isn't staying true to her country pop roots (which was made obvious on her last album in bits anyway). But I'm glad I listened again because I now like the song which was the whole point of this review. Ciao. :)

4.25 stars.
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