Taylor Swift Song ‘Christmas Tree Farm’ Is Homage To Childhood

I actually did grow up on a Christmas tree farm. In a gingerbread house, deep within the yummy gummy gumdrop forest. Where, funnily enough, this song is their national anthem. “I really love Christmas, I wish it was all year round, just like for the feeling that everybody has,” she also said in the 2013 interview. “Everybody’s buying gifts for each other and there’s sort of a feeling about it. Her new song additionally serves as a cheery love letter to an unseen soul mate who brings a sense of yearning to her heart. Sure, the breezy tune may not be Eartha Kitt’s sultry “Santa Baby” or Judy Garland’s wistful “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” but it’s not Elmo & Patsy’s “Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer,” either. Fans were quick to heap praise on the star and her new release. One tweeter noted the significance of opening an important gift, writing, “We just saw @taylorswift13 unwrap her first guitar …

Tay Tay first teased the holiday release Thursday morning on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and on her Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts in a selfie video that racked up more than 4 million views. “Okay, I know this is pretty wild, but I’ve just written a Christmas song,” the sweater-clad singer says, feigning indecision about whether to release the song now or just wait until the 2020 holiday season. “I feel like it’s weird to just, like, wait a year to put it out. So, uh, I don’t know what to do.” She then seeks guidance from her trio of pet cats, all of whom seem indifferent. “When they shun you with silence, ambivalence, and judgmental brush offs… ” the 29-year-old Swift writes in the accompanying caption. When in doubt, ask the itty bitty pretty kitty committee. When they shun you with silence, ambivalence, and judgmental brush offs… ChristmasTreeFarm and, appropriately, a string of 13 decorated tree emojis.

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Swift’s father actually tended to the family farm as a “hobby,” she told Esquire in 2014. “It was such a weird place to grow up. But it has cemented in me this unnatural level of excitement about fall and then the holiday season. My friends are so sick of me talking about autumn coming. They’re like, ‘What are you, an elf? This isn’t the “You Need to Calm Down” singer’s first foray into festive frolicking: In 2007 she released the six-song album “The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection.” It included covers of songs like twangy versions of “Santa Baby” and “Silent Night,” a fiddle- and mandolin-infused rendition of Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas,” and a perky version of “Last Christmas” by Wham! George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley. This Christmas, unfortunately, Swift already has a lump of coal for her stocking. The 10-time Grammy winner’s latest album, “Lover,” was pretty much snubbed in this year’s nominations, landing only one nod in the top four categories. But this week she was gifted a cover shoot for People magazine’s 2019 People of the Year.

She is not a very good singer and I just think the song is kinda bland. The lyrical content has improved though. I could grow into it, but I can’t make any promises. Hopefully this song doesn’t get overrated, which it probably will. Finally we have Cardi B with I Like It. This song is a major improvement from some the garbage she has released like Bartier Cardi. To quickly sum up my opinion, I have grown into the Latin trap production and I actually think it sounds pretty good. The problem here is Cardi B because I think her voice is annoying. But it’s almost obnoxious enough to the point where it’s actually kinda funny. So while the song is not good by any means, I’ll still listen to it just to get a kick out of how annoying she sounds. I also want to talk about Hits 1’s terrible “radio edit” if you can even call it that.