I thought the lyrics video for the song might have already crossed the line. http://www.youtube.com/v/gcMn_Eu-XTE" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="170" height="140
Oh, dear lord. I did not know. It's only missing Comic Sans.
And as a side effect, you'll also have the song stuck in your head ALL DAY.
Yes. Allow me to make a Zooey Deschanel comparison; where for Ms. Deschanel it comes across as "Perhaps calculated, but she's always been that way so it's kind of cool," for Ms. Swift it coems across as "oy, way to jump on THAT bandwagon." That said, the guys playing the furries look like they're having just a ton'o'fun.
Just saw a performance of and read an article about the song "Ronan" that Taylor Swift wrote about a little boy who died of cancer. I can't pick on her today. Even though she deserves it for "Never Ever." (And I say this as someone who actually likes Taylor Swift. But "Never Ever" is just... ugh. I hope the entire album isn't like that.)
I guess it sort of fits with the pajamas thing? They're a stuffed animal band? Single and loving it, but also cute and non-threatening in the way early '90s Liz Phair wouldn't be? I can see this song gaining purchase as a semi-feminist tween empowerment anthem, and what more can one ask from Taylor Swift?
I recently realized that I am an 11 year old girl when it comes to my musical tastes. Not going to lie -- I love this song and turn up the volume when it comes on in the car. Add to this, Carly Rae Jepsen and the new Bieber songs, and I'm a happy girl.
Did we note the Jimmy Fallon and the Roots cover of Call Me Maybe done on a Playskool xylophone and other preschool instruments?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEsPhTbJhuo
Also, what's up with the wool cable-knit wallpaper in that apartment?
Really terrible music; no reason for it to exist