By BRIAN SEIBERT for the New York Times
I will only say this once. Get off your high ass horse and suck it up. Taylor Swift just proved that skin color, cultural backgrounds, and historical backgrounds don’t matter when it comes up to a person’s personality and who they really are. We as people have been too blind to the fact that the world has always and forever will be different. Even with an individual being in a group of people who are in the same race, they will always be different because they all have different personalities. If you honestly ask me (As an African-American woman) Caucasian artists who venture off into other cultures are being different. They want to see what it’s like on the other side of the river and have fun at the same time. I don’t see any of that as an insult to who I am or my culture. If anything I’ll go right along with it and have fun too.I guess that there are so many people in the world who try to fit in and remain in the norm that they don’t even know how to stand out, or better yet, shake it off.
Last Kiss: "I'm not much for dancing, but for you I did."
Holy Ground: "Tonight I'm gonna dance, for all that we've been through. But I don't wanna dance, if I'm not dancing with you."
Shake It Off: "I'm dancing on my own, I make the moves up as I go."