“Christmases When You Were Mine” — Episode 110 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast

lead-taylor-swift-2Ho, ho, ho, Merry Swiftmas, everyone! Your hosts of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast are once again joined by Santa and the elves — Holly, Twinkle, and Hermey — to help celebrate Christmas! Listen up in Episode 110 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast for Holiday Trivia (brought to you by Santa and the elves), a song analysis of Taylor Swift’s original Christmas song, “Christmases When You Were Mine”, and some delicious holiday baking ideas. We hope you enjoy the show and you had a wonderful holiday season! Let us know what you did for Swiftmas and we’ll talk to you again on Sunday for our last episode of 2013. Happy listening! :)

Highlights from Episode 110 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast:
- The hosts are joined by some VERY special guests to celebrate Christmas: Santa Claus, Holly, Twinkle, and Hermey!
- The elves surprise us with their knowledge of Taylor Swift.
- What’s your favorite song off Taylor Swift’s Holiday Collection? Our main discussion is a song analysis of “Christmases When You Were Mine.”
- Is “Christmases When You Were Mine” fiction or autobiographical?
- We sit in the director’s chair to visualize a potential music video for the song.
- Do you think Taylor is capable of writing a Christmas classic?
- If you’re feeling Swifty in the kitchen this holiday season, we recommend baking old fashioned pumpkin cookies with cream cheese frosting (chocolate chips are optional!). Mint chocolate chip cookies are also delicious.

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Videos Referenced in Episode 110 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast
Taylor Swift Live – Today Show (2007) – Interview & “Christmases When You Were Mine”