“Stay Beautiful” Song Analysis – Episode 144 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast

Taylor Swift takes a Central Park strollHey, by the way… the newest episode of Taylor Talk is out!! In Episode 144 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast, we discuss one of the die-hard Swifties’ favorite songs: “Stay Beautiful.” Although this is a song Taylor wrote when she was in her teenage years, in light of a recent Instagram post, she still believes in the selfless of unrequited love. Be sure to share your thoughts on the song. Happy listening!

Highlights from Episode 144 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast
Main Discussion – “Stay Beautiful” Song Analysis
– Taylor probably wrote this song about her fourth grade crush: Cory Robertson referenced in the Target commercial.
– We decipher how someone could possibly “smile like the radio.”
– Have you ever had such a huge crush on someone that you couldn’t talk to them? Adam says he hasn’t. I think he’s lying.
– We marvel at Taylor’s continued poignant admiration of unrequited love, most recently in an Instagram post.
– For some reason, Adam and Sami break into a short rendition of “Summer Lovin” Grease.

Others Topics:
– Sami found her wings in New York City too!
– Fun fact: if you tell Taylor it’s your birthday in Central Park, she may buy you dinner!
– Taylor Swift is performing at the iHeartRadio Music Festival! We assume her newest single will be out before then :)
– You know you’re a Swifty when you pay your siblings to be quiet when you’re listening to Taylor Talk :’D
– Swifties are listening to “Mother & Father” by Broods.
– Please leave Taylor Talk a GOOD voicemail! A lot of them are creepy….

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Listen To Episode 144 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast

Videos Referenced in Episode 144 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast

Taylor Swift Speak Now Target Commercial

Broods – Mother & Father (Official Audio)

  • Alyssa

    Oh and I meant to say I think she just called him Cory Robertson instead of Corey Robinson and said she was in 4th grade in the Speak now target commercial just to kind of be funny like she was telling a semi-true story and to kind of protect his identity so that people wouldn’t look him up. Although people apparently did anyway and unfortunately for Sarah she didn’t do the same for her! haha