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You Belong with Me Taylor Swift; Watch Her Whopping, Massive breakthrough Love Song 2009

Listen to Taylor Swift – You Belong with Me

You Belong with Me Taylor Swift is a neat song for Valentines Day. In this early music video at the beginning of Taylor Swift’s career is about Taylor being left out of love and being ignored by a guy for another girl. This song parodies Taylor as a High School girl flirting with the neighbor boy and trying to connect with him – in her neighborhood and at the high school football game.

We all think, “Yeah, Taylor Swift was left out of all the cool groups and ignored by the guys”. She doesn’t look like a girl who was left out or ignored by guys – in fact to most people she looks like a Victoria Secret Model. But however, she got to the point of writing a song about being left out – it’s a fun video about a lovesick teen and here is the lowdown of the video!

You Belong with Me Taylor Swift – Song Overview

“You Belong with Me” is a song by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released to US radio on April 20, 2009, as the third single from her second studio album, Fearless (2008). Inspired by a phone call between a member of her touring band and his girlfriend that she overheard, Swift wrote the song with Liz Rose to depict a narrator’s unrequited love for a boy unappreciated by his girlfriend.

Swift and Nathan Chapman produced “You Belong with Me”, which features a banjo-led production and incorporates fiddle, mandolin, and rock-influenced bass and electric guitars. Although the single was promoted to country radio by Big Machine Records, critics deemed it a pop song that stylistically aligns with 1980s subgenres such as pop rock and power pop.

When “You Belong with Me” was first released, critics praised the song’s radio-friendly production and emotional engagement that appealed to a broad audience, although some deemed Swift’s songwriting formulaic. At the 2010 Grammy Awards, “You Belong with Me” was nominated in three categories, including Song of the Year and Record of the Year.

The single reached the top ten on charts and received sales certifications in Australia, Canada, Japan, and New Zealand. In the United States, it peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and was the first country song to reach number one on both Hot Country Songs and the all-genre Radio Songs chart. The single was certified seven times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Roman White directed the song’s music video, which stars Swift as both the antagonist, an unsympathetic, popular cheerleader; and the protagonist, a sympathetic girl next door who yearns for the antagonist’s boyfriend; some critics took issue with the video’s narrative as antifeminist.

At the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, where “You Belong with Me” won Best Female Video, rapper Kanye West interrupted Swift’s acceptance speech, which caused a controversy widely covered by the media. Following the 2019 dispute regarding the ownership of Swift’s back catalog, she re-recorded the song as “You Belong with Me (Taylor’s Version)” for her re-recorded album Fearless (Taylor’s Version) (2021). “You Belong with Me” was included on the set lists of all five of her headlining tours.

You Belong with Me Taylor Swift – Song Overview

Taylor Swift wrote songs for her second studio album, Fearless, while touring as an opening act for other country musicians to promote her self-titled debut studio album during 2007–2008, when she was 17–18 years old. Continuing the romantic themes of her first album, Swift wrote songs about love and personal experiences from the perspective of a teenage girl to ensure her fans could relate to Fearless.

To this extent, Swift said that nearly every album track had a “face” that she associated with it. The end product is a collection of songs about the challenges of love with prominent high-school and fairy-tale lyrical imagery. Swift and producer Nathan Chapman recorded over 50 songs for Fearless, and “You Belong with Me” was one of the 13 tracks that made the final cut. Recorded by engineer Char Carlson, the track was produced by Swift and Chapman, and Justin Niebank mixed it at Blackbird Studios in Nashville.

Swift was inspired to write “You Belong with Me” after she overheard a phone call between a band member and his girlfriend. She recalled that he became defensive when his girlfriend confronted him, which made her come up with the opening lines: “You’re on the phone with your girlfriend, she’s upset. She’s going off about something that you said.” Out of sympathy for him, she imagined herself as a girl with hidden feelings for a close male friend, whom she understands but is in a relationship with another girl.

She immediately wrote down the lyrics and, in a songwriting session with co-writer Liz Rose, developed a complete narrative. Swift played the pre-chorus and chorus to Rose and sang the lines, “She wears short skirts/ I wear T-shirts”, which were her favorite to write on the song. Rose then suggested Swift to write “something about bleachers” and they conceived another lyric, “She’s cheer captain and I’m on the bleachers.” She described her character as “girl-next-door-itis” and unnoticed by the boy, and the girlfriend a “popular girl”.

You Belong with Me Album Cover

Before Fearless was released, Big Machine Records made You Belong with Me Taylor Swift available for download exclusively via the iTunes Store in November 2008, as part of the promotional campaign “Countdown to Fearless”. Big Machine released the song to US country radio on April 20, 2009, as the third single from Fearless. The track was released to US contemporary hit radio on May 18, 2009, by Big Machine in partnership with Republic Records. In the United Kingdom, You Belong with Me Taylor Swift was released as a single on August 24, 2009, under Mercury Records imprint.

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You Belong with Me Taylor Swift Outfit

The You Belong with Me Music Video has made Taylor Swift’s t-shirt in the video extremely popular. Lots of young girls are rushing to get the t-shirt today! Check out this link to get a shirt…

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You Belong with Me Taylor Swift Chords

You Belong with Me Taylor Swift Chords

Top 10 Best Taylor Swift Songs

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  • Champagne Problems
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  • Last Kiss
  • Wildest Dreams
  • Fearless
  • You’re on your Own Kid

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